Goalie has miraculous healing powers
punky-spectre said: I think AoT was the only one we really talked about. I recommended watching the dubs though since season 1 is out dubbed now!
Sweet, Yea I need it dubbed….
Just finished up the last page for #NewWarriors issue 12. I want to thank everyone who jumped on board with the book and am very happy that this was my introduction to the #Marvel family.
Also look out tomorrow for some exciting news about what in working on next with #BOOMstudios :)
Sketches from NYCC
If you follow me you know I love the New Warriors and Aracely (AKA Hummingbird) is one of my favorite characters at Marvel right now. Well in one issue she wanted to try and lift Thor’s hammer, so I got Marcus To, artist of New Warriors and all around really cool guy, to draw her wearing Thor’s helmet. It was his idea to make the helmet really big on her and it’s an adorable idea, it came out so cute.
#NewWarriors #Justice #inking #inktober
Aaaarrrggghhh #NewWarriors #WIP #inking #inktober
best boy band ever
Monudo, Ackbarz II Men, New Calamari on the Block.
(Source: alwaysstarwars, via ramonperez)
DISCOVER THE LIFE OF A COMIC ARTIST WITH AT&T’S R.A.I.D. STUDIO DOCUMENTARY
By Matt D. Wilson
Drawing comics is time-consuming, sometimes crushing, occasionally rewarding, and almost impossible to quit if you love it. And it helps if you get to do it around other artists who love it as much as you do.
Those are some of the key takeaways from Comic Book Artists: Next Generation, an AT&T U-Verse documentary about the artists at Toronto’s R.A.I.D. Studio (a.k.a. the Royal Academy of Illustration and Design; though it’s not a real Royal Academy in the strictest sense). The studio has ten resident artists, but the half-hour documentary shines a light on four key players: Ramón Pérez, Marcus To, Francis Manapul and Kalman Andrasofszky.