I was LITERALLY thinking about this in the shower this morning.
my variant cover to Superman Unchained #8 from sketch to final.
Laying out this cover, i did what i almost never do with my Batman stuff. Usually, all comic covers, when laying it out, there’s more to consider than just what the your final art looks like ( the images you usually see online, before logo and all that text gets put on). Any good artist that’s done work to actually be published- knows that you have to consider where the book logo goes, the publisher trade logo, UPC code, creator name credits, and anything else that goes on the final production image went. Consider all those elements and how they’ll affect your art layout, and making sure it all balances.
this cover, i didn’t do any of that.. I was just excited to draw Superman flying into an unknown danger.
And I had LOTS of fun.
One of my favorite Dustin pieces EVER.
Welcome to the mocha-chocolate-coffee-bean-exotic-butterscotch-caramel-cinnamon-cafe-au-lait side of town.
Pretty sure this post was sponsored by the “monster under the bed” lobby in order to ensure themselves an adequate food source.
Being cheated on by Future or being outranked by Kreayshawn in Pitchfork’s Best Tracks of 2010-2014
Little comic about how to make zucchini bread in these trying times. Dedicated to CB Cebulski, Mike Hardin, Ming Doyle, and anyone else who sunk my zucchini bread deep within their bodies.
THIS, the best
Most of the action-figure/kids’-cartoon juggernauts of the Eighties were developed the old-fashioned way: by corporations. He-Man and the Masters of the Universe began in the design department of toy behemoth Mattel. Its rival Hasbro teamed up with Marvel Comics to revive its old G.I. Joe…
Sean T. Collins’ great overview of the truly bizarre history of the TMNT franchise. If you’ve never read the original Eastman/Laird stuff, you’re really missing out on one of the most 80s of all comics runs.