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“Little Black Book Faces” by Rocky Davies

Untitled Document

Illstrator, designer, artist and self-proclaimed nerd Rocky Davies has some pretty slick drawings. Should be interesting for all the comic heads out there.

February 27, 2009

Self Portrait (No. 23 / B5 Series) and Others by Matt W. Moore

No. 12 (B5 Series) by Matt W Moore

Although it would seem that Matt W. Moore is currently better known for his color work – he just had a feature article about him in Computer Arts Magazine in which he discusses his Vectorfunk style – I love this guy’s black and white art….

February 16, 2009

Drawings and Tutorials by Brian Ewing

"Ms. February" Line Art by Brian Ewing

Man am I glad that I checked out Brian Ewing’s Flickr page.  While there are plenty of sick drawings on his website and blog, the real action is on Flickr.  Ewing is an illustrator who pumps out amazing illustrations for band T-Shirts, posters, magazines, skateboards,…

February 3, 2009

Organic Abstract No 1 and Others by Michael Herring

Organic Abstract No 1 by Michael Herring

Michael Herring is an artist both from Des Moines, Iowa, and Joliet, Illinois—home of the Blues Brothers if I’m not mistaken.  Looking through Mike’s work I had a hard time picking anything out, there are just so many good drawings.  Besides the fluid, organic abstractings…

February 1, 2009

Untitled No. 33 and Others by Richard Colman

Untitled No 33 by Richard Colman

Untitled No. 33 by Richard Colman Vomit, decapitation, lewd sexual acts â€” what’ s not to like?  While all these are in fact exhibited in the works of Richard Colman, raunchy or offensive would certainly not be adjectives to describe his work.  It is rather an…

January 29, 2009

"Most Wretched Mess" and Others by Skinner

Most Wretched Mess by Skinner

Most Wretched Mess by Skinner Skinner’s art is wonderfully trippy and dark, with a good dose of social critique.  Apparently viewing some of his color work through 3D glasses makes things actually look 3D!  Definitely check out more of his sick work at The Art…

January 29, 2009

How to Draw a Skull: 50 How-to’s, Tutorials, Studies, Photo References, Videos, and Inspirational Skull Illustrations

Skull on Tattooport

Ah, the skull. Universal and visceral, fascinating and beautiful. Symbolic of those most basic themes: life and death. We find it in pop culture, occult ritual, on shoulders worldwide; most importantly, we find it in ourselves. No wonder we see it over and over in…

Self Portrait Sketch and More by Shawn Barber

Los Angeles, Self Portrait Sketch by Shawn Barber If you like tattoo art, you’ll love Shawn Barber.  As his website states: “Shawn Barber’s body of work focuses primarily on painting, portraiture and documenting contemporary tattoo culture.”  Barber’s many paintings focus on artists, specifically artists with…

November 17, 2008

“February,” “Wrong,” and Others by Jason D’Aquino

“February” by Jason D’Aquino “Wrong” by Jason D’Aquino I gotta say that I love Jason D’Aquino’s drawings – it’s like the 50’s on a bad acid trip: vintage psycho.  Jason definitely has a vision of his own that remarkably show through in all of his…

November 8, 2008

“Mangled” and Others by Phillip Rauschkolb

Looking at the drawings Phillip Rauschkolb has posted on his sketch blog, it’s easy to see that he’s way into comics.  Currently working at an ad agency in Portland, Oregon, his true calling is the comics industry.  He’s working on his own comic book, and…

July 7, 2008