Each week we gather up the best comic sketches that will never appear in actual comic books. The reason is, artists often do sketches and commissions and post them on their blogs, Tumblrs or Twitter pages. We want to make sure everyone gets a chance to check these beauties out. Many of the artists sell art on their sites or are available to do commissions so be sure to check them out.
Whenever we get some new Marcio Takara art, I always say we don’t see enough. He posted some commissions on his Tumblr both in color and black and white.
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Mike McKone posted some new sketches on his Twitpic page this week.
Skottie Young posted a sketch of Alvin from Paranorman on his website this week. He often posts ‘Daily Sketches’ and then offers them for sale. You have to be quick because they sell out right away.
Skottie also posted a commission of Spider-Man he did earlier because Duncan Fraser had contacted him and wanted to do a 3D version of it. Check them both out.
Denis Medri has been busy again. Last week we saw his Western version of Superman (which I’ll post again below). He added some more Western versions of the Justice League on his Deviant Art page.
Agnes Garbowska posted more SDCC commissions on her Tumblrhttp://agnesgarbowska.tumblr.com/.
Todd Nauck has been dabbling with doing sketches on his iPad. He’s been posting pics on his Twitter using SketchbookPro on iPad (w stylus) and the Paper53 app with stylus. Check out what he can do on the iPad.
Philip Tan added some sketches to his Facebook page (but hasn’t posted them on his Tumblr). I assume these are SDCC commissions.
Have you read Matt Fraction and David Aja’s HAWKEYE #1 this week, bro? Francesco Francavilla posted this nice pic of Hawkeye on his blog.
AVENGERS VS. X-MEN is still going on and Chris Giarrusso posted this sketch of Captain Marvel vs. Rogue on his site.
Chris also posted a Tribute Tuesday of the PUNISHER WAR JOURNAL.
Mike Mayhew did a commission of Magik and posted it on his Twitter.
Michael Walsh posted a recent commission as well on his Tumblr. This is Woodgod vs Wendigo.
That’s it for this week. If you catch any comic book artists with blogs or Tumblrs that I’ve been missing, be sure to let me know. We’ll have another installment next week.