70sscifiart:

Bigfoot just wants a hug.

barryreesepulp:

A great Kaluta image of Margo Lane and The Shadow!

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70sscifiart:

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Tumblr! I have an announcement.

You all know me as the 70s Sci-Fi Art guy, but I also have my own creation: a podcast that’s a series of 10-15 minute sci-fi stories, dramatized with music, SFX, and lots of voice actors.

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The series is about the mad scientist college student Emmett,…

natecosboom:

It ain’t hard. You come up with some text & direction:

Meet Flash Gordon.
(cropped widescreen of FG #1 Page 3 Panel 1, where Flash is screaming. Include his balloon, not
the title/credits)
Flash is great at everything on Earth (as long as it’s not important).
He just…
dustinlikes:

Guys GUYS!
Seth Fisher on Tokyo Days, Bangkok Nights
dustinlikes:

Guys GUYS!
Seth Fisher on Tokyo Days, Bangkok Nights
dustinlikes:

Guys GUYS!
Seth Fisher on Tokyo Days, Bangkok Nights
dustinlikes:

Guys GUYS!
Seth Fisher on Tokyo Days, Bangkok Nights

dustinlikes:

Guys GUYS!

Seth Fisher on Tokyo Days, Bangkok Nights

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sterlinghundley:

How to Start a Career in Illustration- new blog post here: http://blog.sterlinghundley.com/In response to questions related to building a career in illustration, I put down some rambling thoughts. Not very eloquent, but to the point:Excerpt: ” Invest in your career and build your audience. You should seek commissioned work that comes from the top down, as well as creating products that are available to your developing group of supporters from the bottom up. Pursue multiple streams of revenue, and put yourself into situations where you are surrounded by supportive, like-minded individuals.”
sterlinghundley:

How to Start a Career in Illustration- new blog post here: http://blog.sterlinghundley.com/In response to questions related to building a career in illustration, I put down some rambling thoughts. Not very eloquent, but to the point:Excerpt: ” Invest in your career and build your audience. You should seek commissioned work that comes from the top down, as well as creating products that are available to your developing group of supporters from the bottom up. Pursue multiple streams of revenue, and put yourself into situations where you are surrounded by supportive, like-minded individuals.”
sterlinghundley:

How to Start a Career in Illustration- new blog post here: http://blog.sterlinghundley.com/In response to questions related to building a career in illustration, I put down some rambling thoughts. Not very eloquent, but to the point:Excerpt: ” Invest in your career and build your audience. You should seek commissioned work that comes from the top down, as well as creating products that are available to your developing group of supporters from the bottom up. Pursue multiple streams of revenue, and put yourself into situations where you are surrounded by supportive, like-minded individuals.”
sterlinghundley:

How to Start a Career in Illustration- new blog post here: http://blog.sterlinghundley.com/In response to questions related to building a career in illustration, I put down some rambling thoughts. Not very eloquent, but to the point:Excerpt: ” Invest in your career and build your audience. You should seek commissioned work that comes from the top down, as well as creating products that are available to your developing group of supporters from the bottom up. Pursue multiple streams of revenue, and put yourself into situations where you are surrounded by supportive, like-minded individuals.”

sterlinghundley:

How to Start a Career in Illustration- new blog post here: http://blog.sterlinghundley.com/

In response to questions related to building a career in illustration, I put down some rambling thoughts. Not very eloquent, but to the point:

Excerpt: ” Invest in your career and build your audience. You should seek commissioned work that comes from the top down, as well as creating products that are available to your developing group of supporters from the bottom up. Pursue multiple streams of revenue, and put yourself into situations where you are surrounded by supportive, like-minded individuals.”

70sscifiart:

The same Roger Dean landscape at two different times.
70sscifiart:

The same Roger Dean landscape at two different times.

70sscifiart:

The same Roger Dean landscape at two different times.

marvel1980s:

1989 - Anatomy of a Cover - Wolverine #14 by Kevin Nowlanhttp://kevinnowlan.blogspot.ca/2010/01/wolverine-14-cover-art.html marvel1980s:

1989 - Anatomy of a Cover - Wolverine #14 by Kevin Nowlanhttp://kevinnowlan.blogspot.ca/2010/01/wolverine-14-cover-art.html marvel1980s:

1989 - Anatomy of a Cover - Wolverine #14 by Kevin Nowlanhttp://kevinnowlan.blogspot.ca/2010/01/wolverine-14-cover-art.html marvel1980s:

1989 - Anatomy of a Cover - Wolverine #14 by Kevin Nowlanhttp://kevinnowlan.blogspot.ca/2010/01/wolverine-14-cover-art.html marvel1980s:

1989 - Anatomy of a Cover - Wolverine #14 by Kevin Nowlanhttp://kevinnowlan.blogspot.ca/2010/01/wolverine-14-cover-art.html
jedavu:

Sketches
by Vincent Hachen
jedavu:

Sketches
by Vincent Hachen
jedavu:

Sketches
by Vincent Hachen
jedavu:

Sketches
by Vincent Hachen
jedavu:

Sketches
by Vincent Hachen
jedavu:

Sketches
by Vincent Hachen
jedavu:

Sketches
by Vincent Hachen
jedavu:

Sketches
by Vincent Hachen
jedavu:

Sketches
by Vincent Hachen

jedavu:

Sketches

by Vincent Hachen

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