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Thong Sketch by Khary Randolph

Thong Sketch by Khary Randolph

Khary Randolph has a ton of really nice sketches and full-color art on his site, especially if you’re into comics.

March 12, 2008

Untitled (Head) by Sam Weber

Untitled (Head) by Sam Weber

I really respect artists who work in ink, it seems like such an unforgiving medium. Sam Weber has some great sketches and an impressive portfolio of illustrations, ranging from the visceral to the dark and unsettling. Updated: For further review, see Charley Parker’s post on…

March 12, 2008

Cover of Fables #67 by James Jean, Plus Others

Cover of Fables #67 by James Jean

Many of you may already be familiar with the works of James Jean, whether you know it or not.  Since 2001, James has been working in the comic industry on such titles as Fables (above), Batgirl, Green Arrow, and others.

March 7, 2008

“The Library” by Matt Duffin

"The Library" by Matt Duffin

I was debating on whether or not to include this picture as it is done using encaustic wax. However, I decided to not discriminate based on media but to include Matt Duffin’s great work nonetheless. As it states on his website, “he chose to explore…

March 7, 2008

“Sphere with In-Stripe” by Randolphlee McIver

“Sphere with In-Stripe” by Randolphlee McIver

Self-proclaimed “Figurative Painter, Draughtsman, and Sculptor” Randolphlee McIver has some truly stunning and utterly unique drawings the likes of which I don’t come across often.  Above is just one example of a multitude of different styles; this one being what I see as 2-d figures…

March 3, 2008

“Roar” by Amanda Morley

“Roar” by Amanda Morley

Freelance illustrator Amanda Morley has a great, loose but accurate  drawing-style.

March 3, 2008

“geen siamese tweeling” by Pyhai

“geen siamese tweeling” by Pyhai

Fantastic drawings and illustrations by Pyhai.

March 3, 2008

Untitled (Figure with Worm Eyes) by Ken

Untitled (Figure with Worm Eyes) by Ken

These drawings by an artist simply identified as Ken are haunting in their simplicity and surrealism. Borderline macabre, they leave me wondering as to their meaning.

February 28, 2008

“Figure Artists 2” by Jinyoung Shin

“Figure Artists 2″ by Jinyoung Shin

I just love the thin people of Jinyoung Shin, the style and cerebral qualities of her work. Her color work is great as well, very vivid and trippy.

February 27, 2008

“Tony Blair” by Rick Tulka

"Tony Blair" by Rick Tulka

Denny Smith, whom I posted about last week, pointed me to old-time friend of his, Rick Tulka. It turns out Rick is a contributor to one of my all-time favorite ‘toon rags, Mad Magazine. Rick’s site is chock full of fantastic caricatures and other works…

February 26, 2008