Reblogged from pepperpotpotts  276 notes
jamie-sf:

Bringing over from weibo again since ONCE AGAIN someone cut the credits off.  @7thOrange on twitter and weibo.com/7thorange
and please, get the tineye extension for chrome (or whatever your preferred browser is). You can then right click any image and more often than not, it will find the original source for you. PLEASE do this. Credit is often times the only payment fanartists get and we want more awesome work like this!

Big on the extension, yo. Grab that bugger.

jamie-sf:

Bringing over from weibo again since ONCE AGAIN someone cut the credits off.  @7thOrange on twitter and weibo.com/7thorange

and please, get the tineye extension for chrome (or whatever your preferred browser is). You can then right click any image and more often than not, it will find the original source for you. PLEASE do this. Credit is often times the only payment fanartists get and we want more awesome work like this!

Big on the extension, yo. Grab that bugger.

Reblogged from atomandbrad  368 notes

Young Avengers 004 - Animated Cover

atomandbrad:

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Young Avengers Vol 2 - Issue 004
Written by Kieron Gillen
Art by Jamie McKelvie

A while back I did a quickie review of issue 1 of Young Avengers. I didn’t get into it too intensely, mostly based on my unfamiliarity with the characters.  I recently caught up with issue 4 and I’m definitely digging it more now.  I still don’t really know too much about the characters’ back stories but I’m following along well enough and it’s quite fun and refreshing.  When you put Gillen and McKelvie together on a book though, it’s bound to turn into something special.  Plus I love the cover design, hence why I decided to animate it. 

If you like this whole animated comic cover business, check out the animation I did for Becky Cloonan’s The Mire

Reblogged from smallfriendassembly  98 notes

smallfriendassembly:

Smallfriends are completely hand-stitched from wool-free, eco-fi felt and stand around 5-6 inches tall. They come from a pet-free, smoke-free home.

PRICE:

  • $35-$50 USD, depending on complexity.
  • $5-$10 extra for full arms (examples here and here)
  • Discount for repeat patterns.

PAYMENT:

  • Paypal only.
  • Payment required upfront. (Pattern sketch can be submitted for your approval before I cut the felt, to assure the final project will be to your expectations.)

SHIPPING:

  • Worldwide shipping included.
  • Rush/Trackable shipping more expensive.
  • Cardboard props result in a $3-$5 increase in price.

DELIVERY:

  • 2-6 weeks, depending on project work list.
  • Rush deadlines possible, but I’ll need at least 4-5 days of work time.

I’m currently planning my September work list. If you’re interested in snagging a spot, please send an email to nobiliorpomis@gmail.com!