sirjoey-23 said: What does it take to be a comic book artist?

ryanottley:

First it takes someone who not only can draw but who wants to get better so badly that they will obsess about it everyday in their sketchbook and feel the frustration that comes with learning and growing and they will also rise above the inadequate feelings and low confidence and believe in themselves to a point where they are ok with making mistakes and growing from them, they are ok with busting out pages as fast as they can and as best as they can for a deadline. And they are ok with being broke for a while. Being an artist ain’t no joke, you’ll go through a time of being dirt poor. And if you are good/creative enough, and fast enough, and easy to work with enough, then you’ll Probably land a sweet gig. So basically it takes talent plus persistence plus luck. Enjoy.

jacksongee:

Another Guardians of the Galaxy Groovy Groot.

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artbychamba:

So this happened.Been meaning to draw this for the longest time.And yeah, it’s now done.Anybody remember this game?

artbychamba:

So this happened.

Been meaning to draw this for the longest time.
And yeah, it’s now done.

Anybody remember this game?

tastefullyoffensive:

[jimbenton]

eecks:

Guess what I’ve been watching lately.. aughghgahds so many feelings o(-<

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chrissamnee:

gr-comics:

#Inktober batch 1: Roy Focker, Usagi Yojimbo, Ultraman, Corto Maltese, Pris, Metabaron, Zorro, Mightor and The MAXX

Sooooo gooooooood!!

iraffiruse:

Frozach Submitted
drawdoll:

I’m working on a new sketchbook, but this one didn’t make the cut. Thought I’d share it anyways.

drawdoll:

I’m working on a new sketchbook, but this one didn’t make the cut. Thought I’d share it anyways.

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batgirlofburnside:

Batgirl #35 - Babs’ OOTD No. 1 and OOTD No. 2
Here are some fashion illustrations inspired by what Babs was rocking in our first issue of Batgirl! <3  I cant name where these IRL items are specifically (legal stuff!) BUT you can at least check out how her fashions translate from the comic page to IRL and try to track it down yourself! :)  

Babs’ Street Style : Tomboy! 
Lots of people asked about what our approach for Babs’ street style is for this book. For right now, its very tomboy/comfy/cute. Babs’ is dealing with a lot in grad school and fighting crime in her off hours so we figured she would be not the biggest fashionista. She would most 
definitely go for comfy cute before shiny and pink. She never rocks a lot of make or curls her hair before shes goes out the door. BUT Babs’ has got the 5 min makeup routine down and has a hand full of cute go-to hair styles that require minimal effort and can be achieved while running out the door to class! 

Hopefully this is a fun look at the thought process that goes into dressing Babs :) 

- BT

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professorthorgi:

Sketches from NYCC
If you follow me you know I love the New Warriors and Aracely (AKA Hummingbird) is one of my favorite characters at Marvel right now. Well in one issue she wanted to try and lift Thor’s hammer, so I got Marcus To, artist of New Warriors and all around really cool guy, to draw her wearing Thor’s helmet. It was his idea to make the helmet really big on her and it’s an adorable idea, it came out so cute. 

professorthorgi:

Sketches from NYCC

If you follow me you know I love the New Warriors and Aracely (AKA Hummingbird) is one of my favorite characters at Marvel right now. Well in one issue she wanted to try and lift Thor’s hammer, so I got Marcus To, artist of New Warriors and all around really cool guy, to draw her wearing Thor’s helmet. It was his idea to make the helmet really big on her and it’s an adorable idea, it came out so cute. 

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xombiedirge:

Batman Beyond #40 by Thony Silas / Blog &amp; Emilio J. Lopez

xombiedirge:

Batman Beyond #40 by Thony Silas / Blog & Emilio J. Lopez

manim0:

gookgod:

this is some yuri manga type shit man

i smell the gay and it has polluted the whole room

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why-i-love-comics:

Runaways #12 - “East Coast/West Coast” (2006)

written by Brian K. Vaughan
art by Adrian Alphona, Craig Yeung, Christina Strain