Have you seen the new Guardians of the Galaxy animated series promos that have been popping up everyone? Then you’ve seen Thomas Perkins’ character design. Today we are bringing you something brand new, and if you are familiar with our run on Modern City, check out the first image from the Thomas Perkins Modern City run!
As we continue to explore various types of art, today we shine our spotlight on Alexi Bustamante’s Cthulhu statue from a few years ago.
If you don’t know who FlailingWings is, then I’ll confess, I don’t know her real name either, but for the last couple of years, she has been entertaining me a great deal with her Critical Hit fan art. With the new season of Rodrigo’s story underway, there is plenty of fodder for her pen.
There isn’t enough 3D superhero art out there. Or I should say, there isn’t a lot of superhero 3D art that is very good. Part sculpting, part model making, and a whole lot of polygon and point pushing goes into making a fantastic sculpt, and today I’ve found a great example in Tom Lishman’s Deadpool.
Steven Universe is kind of a big deal here at Major Spoilers. Whether it is non-stop chatter during the Major Spoilers Podcast, or the younglings running around sining every song from the show, the Rebecca Sugar show continues to grow and gain an audience. Of course that means a lot of Steven Universe fan art, and Oni from Spain brings a different look and style to the familiar characters.
Next week, Alex Ross will debut his latest Batman art piece at the San Diego Comic Con, and it is a follow up to another of his recognized pieces.
Press Release n one week’s time, San Diego, CA will once again shine as the capital of the pop culture world with plenty to do both in and around the San Diego Convention Center. And whether you have a Comic-Con 4-day pass or didn’t get a ticket at all this year, IDW Publishing would like to invite you to visit the San Diego Comics Art Gallery, San Diego’s only permanent gallery completely dedicated to sequential comic book art, for a truly unique comics experience during SDCC!
After my review of Batman Beyond, the character and his world have been on my mind. Everything about Neo Gotham and its inhabitants is so interesting – familiar and different at the same time. Even old man Wayne isn’t quite as gruff as Bruce in his prime. Today’s Art Appreciation Moment of the Day takes a look at Bruce in a way I haven’t seen before.
I love seeing fan art from our RPG Podcast, Critical Hit. I love seeing the various interpretations, takes, and of course the talent on display. Today, I found this wonderful piece by Jake Perez of everyone’s favorite three-quarter orc!