Tumblr schedule

I made a schedule of things I’ll be post on tumblr over the next two weeks.

9/15 Monday— Amnia Cycle Rerun pages 63-64

9/16 Tuesday- Preview panel from Avengers #35

9/17 Wednesday- Avengers #35 IS OUT. (I contributed some pages)

9/18 Thursday- A new preview panel from S.H.I.E.L.D. vol.2 #6

9/19 Friday- Probably a new Edge of Spider-Verse #3 preview with words. — Plus- Amnia Cycle Rerun pages 65-66

9/22 Monday- NEW Amnia Cycle! pages 67,68,& 69.Plus- Edge of Spider-Verse #3 interview with Robot 6’s Talking Comics with Tim.

9/23 Tuesday- unseen Edge of Spider-Verse concept designs.

9/24 Wednesday- Edge of Spider- Verse #3 IS OUT!

9/25 Thursday- (possibly) a color preview sequence from S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol.2 #5

9/26 Friday- Another unseen Edge of Spider-Verse #3 concept design.

9/29 Monday- NEW Amnia Cycle pages 70-71

Part of a page from Avengers #35

Colors by Frank Martin.

Out tomorrow. Wednesday November 17.

Jim Cheung, Nick Bradshaw, and Paco Media took care of most of the art duties. I just jumped on for a small handful of pages. It’s written by Jonathan Hickman. It should be pretty cool.

dustinweaver:

A two-page spread from

Edge of Spider-Verse #3

My Spidey has jumping boots! — Why waste silk-solution?

Reminder:

This comes out Wednesday September 24

Edge of Spider-Verse #3

dustinweaver:

I’m currently working my ass off on this comic.

i know he’s no “Spider-Gwen”, but I hope you check out my Edge of Spider-Verse issue anyway :)

Reminder:

This comes out Wednesday September 24

Edge of Spider-Verse #3

amniacycle:

Pages 63 & 64

Amnia Cycle Rerun 
http://amniacycle.tumblr.com amniacycle:

Pages 63 & 64

Amnia Cycle Rerun 
http://amniacycle.tumblr.com
Kiss Me Deadly (1955) 
Directed by Robert Aldrich
I just watched this for the first time and it was super great! I really liked it a lot!
You can see it all on youtube here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HES8eEUaBL0 Kiss Me Deadly (1955) 
Directed by Robert Aldrich
I just watched this for the first time and it was super great! I really liked it a lot!
You can see it all on youtube here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HES8eEUaBL0 Kiss Me Deadly (1955) 
Directed by Robert Aldrich
I just watched this for the first time and it was super great! I really liked it a lot!
You can see it all on youtube here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HES8eEUaBL0 Kiss Me Deadly (1955) 
Directed by Robert Aldrich
I just watched this for the first time and it was super great! I really liked it a lot!
You can see it all on youtube here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HES8eEUaBL0

Kiss Me Deadly (1955) 

Directed by Robert Aldrich

I just watched this for the first time and it was super great! I really liked it a lot!

You can see it all on youtube here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HES8eEUaBL0

brianmichaelbendis:

Art Adams made a number of fantastic contributions to Impel’s second series of Marvel trading cards in 1991. 

I was kind of thinking of that Ultron card when I drew my RedEye card, found here dustinweaver.tumblr.com/edge-of-spider-verse
And I was thinking of that Thanos card when I did this commission. dustinweaver.tumblr.com/post/16330767755 brianmichaelbendis:

Art Adams made a number of fantastic contributions to Impel’s second series of Marvel trading cards in 1991. 

I was kind of thinking of that Ultron card when I drew my RedEye card, found here dustinweaver.tumblr.com/edge-of-spider-verse
And I was thinking of that Thanos card when I did this commission. dustinweaver.tumblr.com/post/16330767755

brianmichaelbendis:

Art Adams made a number of fantastic contributions to Impel’s second series of Marvel trading cards in 1991. 

I was kind of thinking of that Ultron card when I drew my RedEye card, found here dustinweaver.tumblr.com/edge-of-spider-verse

And I was thinking of that Thanos card when I did this commission. dustinweaver.tumblr.com/post/16330767755

brudesworld:

Chris Warner, 1989

I copied a few Chris Warner Predator drawings in my youth… not this, but this one is cool.

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dustinweaver:

Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle.

I had never inked or lettered a comic before this. There were times when I thought I had bitten off more than I could chew. 
Initially I hand lettered everything on the page, but because I didn’t think  my lettering was very good I replaces a lot of it with lettering I created in photoshop then printed out and pasted on.
If you’d like to learn more about this and see all 37 pages from it you can go here dustinweaver.blogspot.com/entry-245-blast-from-past-part-16 dustinweaver:

Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle.

I had never inked or lettered a comic before this. There were times when I thought I had bitten off more than I could chew. 
Initially I hand lettered everything on the page, but because I didn’t think  my lettering was very good I replaces a lot of it with lettering I created in photoshop then printed out and pasted on.
If you’d like to learn more about this and see all 37 pages from it you can go here dustinweaver.blogspot.com/entry-245-blast-from-past-part-16 dustinweaver:

Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle.

I had never inked or lettered a comic before this. There were times when I thought I had bitten off more than I could chew. 
Initially I hand lettered everything on the page, but because I didn’t think  my lettering was very good I replaces a lot of it with lettering I created in photoshop then printed out and pasted on.
If you’d like to learn more about this and see all 37 pages from it you can go here dustinweaver.blogspot.com/entry-245-blast-from-past-part-16 dustinweaver:

Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle.

I had never inked or lettered a comic before this. There were times when I thought I had bitten off more than I could chew. 
Initially I hand lettered everything on the page, but because I didn’t think  my lettering was very good I replaces a lot of it with lettering I created in photoshop then printed out and pasted on.
If you’d like to learn more about this and see all 37 pages from it you can go here dustinweaver.blogspot.com/entry-245-blast-from-past-part-16 dustinweaver:

Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle.

I had never inked or lettered a comic before this. There were times when I thought I had bitten off more than I could chew. 
Initially I hand lettered everything on the page, but because I didn’t think  my lettering was very good I replaces a lot of it with lettering I created in photoshop then printed out and pasted on.
If you’d like to learn more about this and see all 37 pages from it you can go here dustinweaver.blogspot.com/entry-245-blast-from-past-part-16 dustinweaver:

Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle.

I had never inked or lettered a comic before this. There were times when I thought I had bitten off more than I could chew. 
Initially I hand lettered everything on the page, but because I didn’t think  my lettering was very good I replaces a lot of it with lettering I created in photoshop then printed out and pasted on.
If you’d like to learn more about this and see all 37 pages from it you can go here dustinweaver.blogspot.com/entry-245-blast-from-past-part-16 dustinweaver:

Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle.

I had never inked or lettered a comic before this. There were times when I thought I had bitten off more than I could chew. 
Initially I hand lettered everything on the page, but because I didn’t think  my lettering was very good I replaces a lot of it with lettering I created in photoshop then printed out and pasted on.
If you’d like to learn more about this and see all 37 pages from it you can go here dustinweaver.blogspot.com/entry-245-blast-from-past-part-16 dustinweaver:

Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle.

I had never inked or lettered a comic before this. There were times when I thought I had bitten off more than I could chew. 
Initially I hand lettered everything on the page, but because I didn’t think  my lettering was very good I replaces a lot of it with lettering I created in photoshop then printed out and pasted on.
If you’d like to learn more about this and see all 37 pages from it you can go here dustinweaver.blogspot.com/entry-245-blast-from-past-part-16 dustinweaver:

Old Stuff — part 15
Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.
Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 
Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle.

I had never inked or lettered a comic before this. There were times when I thought I had bitten off more than I could chew. 
Initially I hand lettered everything on the page, but because I didn’t think  my lettering was very good I replaces a lot of it with lettering I created in photoshop then printed out and pasted on.
If you’d like to learn more about this and see all 37 pages from it you can go here dustinweaver.blogspot.com/entry-245-blast-from-past-part-16

dustinweaver:

Old Stuff — part 15

Drawn in 2003-2004 I was 25 years old.

Towards the end of my internship at Wildstorm Jim Lee asked me if I would be interested in drawing some illustrations for a novel a friend of his was writing. 

Those “illustrations” turned out to be comic book pages, the friend turned out to be Jodi Picoult, and the novel turned out to be The Tenth Circle.

I had never inked or lettered a comic before this. There were times when I thought I had bitten off more than I could chew. 

Initially I hand lettered everything on the page, but because I didn’t think  my lettering was very good I replaces a lot of it with lettering I created in photoshop then printed out and pasted on.

If you’d like to learn more about this and see all 37 pages from it you can go here dustinweaver.blogspot.com/entry-245-blast-from-past-part-16

9emeart:

Major Grubert ! Hoohoo !..

Moebius

I think about this page often. 

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