Each week we hunt down the coolest comic art that will most likely never appear in an actual comic book. The reason you won't see them in comics is because artists often draw sketches for fun or for commissions and post them on on their blogs, Tumblrs and Twitter accounts. Some artists even offer commissions via their sites. These drawings are too good not to be gathered up and seen by everyone.
Skottie Young's art is always a treat to see. He was recently at Heroes Con in Charlotte, NC. He posted several commissions on his website. Be sure to check it out for information if you plan on attending SDCC and want some original Skottie art!== TEASER ==
Daniel HDR is constantly posting the commissions he does on his site and Instagram. Check out what he sent to me all the way from Brazil. Everyone knows how much I love Madman. And check out the colored print of his Hanna-Barbera Justice League image.
Joel Gomez will be at SDCC this year. Joel is a Mystery Art Challenge veteran and yes, I'm already putting out feelers for the next edition. We'll see if Joel and the others are up to the challenge. Here's a sketch of Hawkeye Joel posted on his Tumblr.
Robert Atkins does a lot of sketches and commissions. Be sure to check out his site for more information on how to get your own commission. Here's a few he's done recently including Penguin Snake-Eyes!
I'm looking forward to getting the chance to chat with Agnes Garbowska at Comic-Con. If you're going, be sure to stop by her table in Artist Alley. Check out these commissions she posted on her Tumblr this week.
Our last couple comes from Rafael Albuquerque. Check out these images from prints he recently created and posted on his Deviant Art page. They are definitely worth trying to track down if you ever go to a convention he's attending.