falling through the floor

abobobo:

Shuji Imai illustrations that accompanied the Final Fantasy articles in volumes 12, 14, and 16 of Nintendo Power. Imai (who is often confused with Katsuya Terada) was also the original illustrator of the Howard & Nester comics.

(Source: Retromags)

ghibli-collector:

The Art Of Nausicaa ジ・アート・シリーズ 1984 (Japanese Edition)

Ive been collecting the Japanese Ghibli Art of book series lately as a lot of them haven’t been published in English language yet. The art of books have amazing pictures of character designs, concept, cel and background production art and the editions available in english have great information in them too :D Above are a few scans i took from The Art Of Nausicaa which has illustrations on almost every one of the 191 pages.

Updating my Ghibli Collection

christianward:

Heres the process behind the cover for issue 2 of ODY-C from Image comics - Out December 24th

dshalv:

My cover for ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK #1, from BOOM Studios. Colours by Jordie

dshalv:

My cover for ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK #1, from BOOM Studios. Colours by Jordie

Here’s a quick blog post I just wrote about ACE. I had a blast.

Really into this ridiculous picture of my girlfriend, dressed as a hipster Dalek yesterday at ACE. She had a lot of fun in that outfit.

Really into this ridiculous picture of my girlfriend, dressed as a hipster Dalek yesterday at ACE. She had a lot of fun in that outfit.

My Asheville Comic Expo haul, plus a big brick of a Tezuka graphic novel purchased at the amazing Malaprops bookstore.

My Asheville Comic Expo haul, plus a big brick of a Tezuka graphic novel purchased at the amazing Malaprops bookstore.

I got her an early birthday present. <3

I got her an early birthday present. <3

And then I got to draw this lady.

And then I got to draw this lady.

Doctor Doom and the joy of cooking.

Doctor Doom and the joy of cooking.

This guy!

This guy!

First two mutant portraits of the con!

First two mutant portraits of the con!

Having been gifted this awesome sketch of Clara from Cannonball Fist by the awesome Gregory Dickens, I can already call the Asheville Comic Expo a success.

Having been gifted this awesome sketch of Clara from Cannonball Fist by the awesome Gregory Dickens, I can already call the Asheville Comic Expo a success.