Brent Schoonover

Had the pleasure of doing 22 spot illustrations for City Pages annual Best of the Twin Cities issue. Had a blast illustrating these and experimenting with Kyle Webster’s excellent water color brush sets.

directedbychuckjones:

Drawings of musicians in the orchestra by Chuck Jones that he did during the recording session for his 1966 television special, “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas.” Graphite on 12 field animation paper.

brianmichaelbendis:

Prowler by Alex Ross

Seriously one of my favorite Marvel characters.

brianmichaelbendis:

Prowler by Alex Ross

Seriously one of my favorite Marvel characters.

elizabreitweiser:

kaymadethisaccountjustto:

amazing

Out of the thousands of pages I’ve colored, this remains one of my favorites. I was happy with it at the time, and years later there’s still nothing I would change. That NEVER happens. 
Captain America 614, page 17 
Brubaker, Guice, Breitweiser



Bettie is just amazing.

elizabreitweiser:

kaymadethisaccountjustto:

amazing

Out of the thousands of pages I’ve colored, this remains one of my favorites. I was happy with it at the time, and years later there’s still nothing I would change. That NEVER happens. 

Captain America 614, page 17 

Brubaker, Guice, Breitweiser

Bettie is just amazing.

jordangibson:

You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?

Nice!

jordangibson:

You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?

Nice!

pulpcovers:

The Little People (1966) http://ift.tt/OFjY1f

What the what?!

pulpcovers:

The Little People (1966) http://ift.tt/OFjY1f

What the what?!

monkeybraincomics:

We’re delighted to announce that HIGH CRIMES has been nominated for TWO Eisner Awards this year, Best New Series and Best Digital/Webcomic. We couldn’t be prouder of the work that Christopher Sebela and Ibrahim Moustafa have done on the series, and we think the nominations are richly deserved.

HIGH CRIMES is just plain awesome, y’all. It’s not quite like anything else out there, in the best way possible. But you don’t have to take OUR word for it. Throughout the voting period, we’re making the first issue available for free on ComiXogy. If you haven’t yet checked out HIGH CRIMES, go read the first issue and see what all the fuss is about. And when you’re finished reading that one, issues 2 through 6 are still on sale for the low, low price of 99 cents per issue! And if you HAVE already read the series, then go tell all of your friends to check it out.

Otherwise, what kind of friend are you?
Seriously.


Confetti and Unicorns!
<3
Us


Well deserved. Great book.

monkeybraincomics:

We’re delighted to announce that HIGH CRIMES has been nominated for TWO Eisner Awards this year, Best New Series and Best Digital/Webcomic. We couldn’t be prouder of the work that Christopher Sebela and Ibrahim Moustafa have done on the series, and we think the nominations are richly deserved.
HIGH CRIMES is just plain awesome, y’all. It’s not quite like anything else out there, in the best way possible. But you don’t have to take OUR word for it. Throughout the voting period, we’re making the first issue available for free on ComiXogy. If you haven’t yet checked out HIGH CRIMES, go read the first issue and see what all the fuss is about. And when you’re finished reading that one, issues 2 through 6 are still on sale for the low, low price of 99 cents per issue! And if you HAVE already read the series, then go tell all of your friends to check it out.
Otherwise, what kind of friend are you?
Seriously.
Confetti and Unicorns!
<3
Us

Well deserved. Great book.

vhsnotebook:

When you’re attacked and on your own, you can always call for NAKED VENGEANCE!

Ha! Always makes my day when Rickey posts another one of these!

vhsnotebook:

When you’re attacked and on your own, you can always call for NAKED VENGEANCE!

Ha! Always makes my day when Rickey posts another one of these!

hideback:

L’enfer Cabaret, Boulevard de Clichy, Montmartre, Paris

Built circa 1890; demolished circa 1952.

Entertainment inside the “inferno of hell” included musicians dressed as devils and interior volcanos that spewed scented lava of molten gold. 

After the “cabaret artistique” was demolished, the site became a Monoprix retail store.