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Awesome commissions from done great artists. I’m looking forward to posting scans once I get home.

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Man, I love preregistration! I ask thorough the line and ready to start hitting panels at Dragoncon. Feel free to message me if you’re here too.

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fancakesforbreakfast:

neil-gaiman:

An ice bucket challenge. Mine. In a novelty bowtie. On the beach. With Death…

Neil Gaiman donates to ALS, does the ice bucket challenge without wasting water, and gets naked because his wife didn’t.

Well, yes. But I’m not going to mention those things just to get people to watch it. Oh, wait…

This is amazing.

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Progress…The under tunic is going great. However, I need gold bias tape for edges and certain highlights, and the only pre made is fuggly so I have to make my own. That’s more time than I want to spend :(

Back to the sewing machine!

Progress…The under tunic is going great. However, I need gold bias tape for edges and certain highlights, and the only pre made is fuggly so I have to make my own. That’s more time than I want to spend :(

Back to the sewing machine!

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alexhchung:

Nightwing by Brian Stelfreeze

alexhchung:

Nightwing by Brian Stelfreeze

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francavillarts:

~~ SupErMAn ~~
Art by Francesco Francavilla
When in doubt, always draw Iron Giant ;) Cheers,FF

francavillarts:

~~ SupErMAn ~~

Art by Francesco Francavilla

When in doubt, always draw Iron Giant ;)

Cheers,
FF

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Come and get your love…

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I’m trying to prove a point that there is a fan base for a solo Black Widow movie. Please reblog if you’d watch it.

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chrissamnee:

Robin, the Boy Wonder… and his sidekick Batman.

chrissamnee:

Robin, the Boy Wonder… and his sidekick Batman.

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gailsimone:

Beautiful!

gailsimone:

Beautiful!

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christopherjonesart:

Since co-founding the first CONvergence in 1999, I’ve drawn unique, custom badge art for every CONvergence Guest of Honor, every year. It’s time consuming, but I believe—both as a convention runner and as a frequent guest at conventions myself—that it creates a powerful first impression towards CONvergence being a unique convention experience.

I usually try to reference something from a given guest’s body of work in a clever way, as well as try to incorporate our mascot, Connie, on badges for Guests who have been to CONvergence before and are already familiar with the character. Here are the custom Guest of Honor badges I created this year for our CONvergence 2014 Guests.

Amy Berg

One of Amy’s projects is the digital series, Caper, for Geek and Sundry. It seemed appropriate to highlight one of the superheroes from that show, so I drew the armored alter ego of The Machine.

Emma Bull

Emma Bull is probably best known in the Twin Cities for her Minneapolis-based urban fantasy novel, War for the Oaks, so I wanted to visually reference that setting, including the novel’s protagonist, Eddi McCandry, and the shape-shifting phouka.

C Robert Cargill

Cargill is a long-time friend of CONvergence as well as a personal friend of mine. Knowing his tastes, it was a no-brainer to suit him up as Ace Hunter from Megaforce, with Connie along for the ride on his jet-powered, flying motorcycle.

Sarah Clemens

Much of Sarah’s work features the characters of Magnus the cat and Loki the Norwegian Speartail Dragon, so doing something with them seemed the obvious choice. I understood Magnus & Loki are known to be pair of troublemakers, and somehow a “Usual Suspects” motif emerged…

Matthew Ebel

Musician Matt Ebel includes many references to robots, including GLaDOS from Portal. So I placed GLaDOS in front of a keyboard and added Matthew’s trademark beard. This was the design from this year that I most questioned how it would go over, but Matthew was delighted with it. Whew!

Scott Lynch

This was Scott’s first time as a CONvergence Guest of Honor but he’s been attending the convention for many years, so I had no problem casting Connie as the Gray King standing in front of Red Seas Under Red Skies from Scott’s Gentleman Bastard series of novels.

CONvergence 2014 welcomed several Guests of Honor with connections to Disney’s Gargoyles as part of our celebration of the Gargoyles 20th Anniversary. In light of this, I did a mash-up of a Gargoyles character with another thing a given Guest of Honor was known for.

Greg Guler

Greg was Lead Character Designer for Gargoyles and currently serves in the same capacity on Phineas and Ferb, so his badge featured a mash-up of Brooklyn and Phineas and Ferb’s Agent P.

Frank Paur

Frank was the Supervising Producer on Gargoyles and in recent years has served as art director and director of many Marvel animation projects, including Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, so I drew Dr. Bruce Banner transforming into Gargoyles’ Broadway, in an homage to the cover of The Incredible Hulk #1.

Marina Sirtis

Marina Sirtis was the voice of the villainous Demona on Gargoyles, which stood in stark contrast with her role as Counsellor Deanna Troi on Star Trek: The Next Generation. So I couldn’t resist putting Demona in Troi’s uniform… With a phaser rifle thrown in for good measure.

Greg Weisman

I’ve been lucky enough call Greg a colleague and a friend for several years. The majority of our work together was on theYoung Justice comic book for DC Comics, so dressing Goliath as Young Justice’s Nightwing seemed oddly appropriate. Whelmed, even.

If you didn’t see it yet, be sure to check out the CONvergence 2014 membership badge art as well! And if you’re interested in checking out more badge art from previous years, I’ve got most of it posted on my blog under the “Badge Art” tag – click here to check it out!

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gailsimone:

berenzero:

And people wonder why I love Wonder Woman so much.

Bingo.

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tjsketchblog:

Daily Sketch 07.04.2014
Justice League: Red Arrow

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Daily Sketch 07.04.2014

Justice League: Red Arrow

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