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Fantastic Four Archives by Rittenhouse

In 2008,¬†Rittenhouse Archives released “Fantastic Four Archives.” It was significant for a number of reasons. You can see from this Marvel Sketch Card checklist… 417 more words

Dinosaurs: Jurassic sketch cards

Creating licensed sketch cards, like Star Wars, is expensive. Companies are smart to also explore subject matter that does not require a licensing fee. There are plenty of popular subjects that are free for use in the public domain: pets, zombies, dragons, and of course dinosaurs. 582 more words

602 - Nathan Drake sketchcard

Nathan Drake, from the game Uncharted, looking for treasure.

64 x 89 mm, in ink and watercolour.

This is the first in a series of sketch cards I’m trading with art_disease over on Instagram.

1000 Drawings

5minutes with artist Bryan SilverBaX

It’s my honor to interview Bryan¬†SilverBaX today; not just because he’s got loads of talent, but because he’s also a local (we frequent the same local comic shop). 929 more words

5minutes with artist Alex Mines

Alex Mines is a UK based artist who only recently got back into art after a 20 year break. He has illustrated a number of small press comics in both Australia and the UK over the past few years as well as creating drawings , paintings and illustrations for other published works, as well as private commissions. 763 more words

More Than Just a Sketch Card

Remember that old MTV show “Pimp My Ride?” Some people always want to improve or re-imagine what they have. Even sketch cards are not immune to companies trying something new from time-to-time. 594 more words

Heh, if you hit the wrong note, we'll all "B flat!"

“Heh, if you hit the wrong note, we’ll all “B flat!” – Mikey

Topps released a new Star Wars trading card set that I participated in by doing a few sketchcards. 50 more words