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Jack and Sally as Gomez Addams and Morticia Addams, by PicassoDular.com 

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Jack and Sally as Gomez Addams and Morticia Addams, by PicassoDular.com 

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The things the RealHusband finds while sorting through his old room in the UK: yes, that’s a letter, circa 1992, from neil-gaiman. Pete sent him some sketches, and Neil liked them enough to send them to Karen Berger AND send Pete a note. 
Nothing came of it, alas. 

Jilli, are those some of the Sandman sketches he’s got over here that are effectively pure awesome?

He has one page over in Seattle, and the rest will be coming soon. He says the first page was his best though.

Yes, I’m pleased with page 1 the most. And Neil wasn’t kidding when he said tight art. When I showed photocopies of the pencils to editor Stuart Moore he thought they were inked!

gothiccharmschool:

minim-calibre:

gothiccharmschool:

The things the RealHusband finds while sorting through his old room in the UK: yes, that’s a letter, circa 1992, from neil-gaiman. Pete sent him some sketches, and Neil liked them enough to send them to Karen Berger AND send Pete a note. 

Nothing came of it, alas. 

Jilli, are those some of the Sandman sketches he’s got over here that are effectively pure awesome?

He has one page over in Seattle, and the rest will be coming soon. He says the first page was his best though.

Yes, I’m pleased with page 1 the most. And Neil wasn’t kidding when he said tight art. When I showed photocopies of the pencils to editor Stuart Moore he thought they were inked!

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Remember how I mentioned that the RealHusband is over in the UK right now? He’s helping his mum clear the house to prep for selling, and he’s going through all of his things he never had a chance to ship over after he moved to the US. From his FB post:
It’s sat here for nearly 2 decades because when I moved to the US to work full time for Wizards of the Coast I started immediately. And I never had enough time to organize shipping my stuff until I no longer worked at WotC, which unfortunately meant I no longer felt I could afford to do it.Well, I’m shipping a bunch back now but I’m probably going to be selling off my collection of (well read) 2000 ADs (1300 issues approx) and I just now discovered a stockpile of 1980’s issues of White Dwarf from about issue 32 to 113. I’m taking offers, but I’m also looking into where else I can sell them. Here’s a quick look at some of the stuff I’m sorting through.
That’s ONE WALL of his room. 

Yep, this is my September.

gothiccharmschool:

Remember how I mentioned that the RealHusband is over in the UK right now? He’s helping his mum clear the house to prep for selling, and he’s going through all of his things he never had a chance to ship over after he moved to the US. From his FB post:

It’s sat here for nearly 2 decades because when I moved to the US to work full time for Wizards of the Coast I started immediately. And I never had enough time to organize shipping my stuff until I no longer worked at WotC, which unfortunately meant I no longer felt I could afford to do it.

Well, I’m shipping a bunch back now but I’m probably going to be selling off my collection of (well read) 2000 ADs (1300 issues approx) and I just now discovered a stockpile of 1980’s issues of White Dwarf from about issue 32 to 113. 

I’m taking offers, but I’m also looking into where else I can sell them. Here’s a quick look at some of the stuff I’m sorting through.

That’s ONE WALL of his room. 

Yep, this is my September.

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MY GOD, I NEED THESE. 

These are perfect and I need them. 

Yes, these are mock-ups. Possibly digital renders. Here’s the link to the creator’s blog entry.

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Judge Dredd, still fun to draw

By complete happenstance, I just discovered that one of the few Judge Dredd stories I illustrated will be reprinted in the Judge Dredd Complete Case Files 23. It’s out in three days!

Man, I did that art 21 years ago. I wish I had an image to post but no such luck. Though, given it’s 21 years old, maybe it’s just as well…

http://judgetutorsemple.wordpress.com/2014/08/11/judge-dredd-complete-case-files-23-spoiler-light-with-preview-pages/

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Evil. And accurate. Oh, the hippity skippity carefree life of a creator…

tastefullyoffensive:

[poorlydrawnlines]

Evil. And accurate. Oh, the hippity skippity carefree life of a creator…

(Source: pdlcomics, via fanboy-news-network)

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americangothgirl:

P + P looking pretty darned cute in Leicester Square.

I love this photo.

This is closing in on a year ago.Time flies…yada yada.

gothiccharmschool:

americangothgirl:

P + P looking pretty darned cute in Leicester Square.

I love this photo.

This is closing in on a year ago.
Time flies…yada yada.

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As some of you may have heard, I did the cover art for a new short story by Gail Carriger set in the world of the Parasol Protectorate.

Well, here’s your chance to double dip on articles about the creation of the cover! 

First an overview by Gail on her blog: http://gailcarriger.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-story-behind-alessandro-tarabottis.html

And then a little more detail from me on my blog: http://www.peteventers.com/blog/2014/07/07/the-curious-case-covered/

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And following on from yesterday’s news about The Maze of Games audiobook narrated by Wil Wheaton (!) (Yes, the exclamation point is still required!)…

… today Gail Carriger released an ebook short story from the Parasol Protectorate universe with cover art by yours truly! Featuring the dashing Alessandro Tarabotti. More info on her blog.

Seems to be a busy week.

And following on from yesterday’s news about The Maze of Games audiobook narrated by Wil Wheaton (!) (Yes, the exclamation point is still required!)…

… today Gail Carriger released an ebook short story from the Parasol Protectorate universe with cover art by yours truly! Featuring the dashing Alessandro Tarabotti. More info on her blog.

Seems to be a busy week.

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So ever have one of those days where a book you worked on with Mike Selinker just got an audiobook version announced? Yeah, I did.
Coming soon: The Maze of Games audiobook narrated by Wil Wheaton. (!!!)
That’s not a typo. Really.
YouTube announcement video here.

So ever have one of those days where a book you worked on with Mike Selinker just got an audiobook version announced? Yeah, I did.

Coming soon: The Maze of Games audiobook narrated by Wil Wheaton. (!!!)

That’s not a typo. Really.

YouTube announcement video here.