Quinton Peeples

Like I needed one more thing to do. But let's stay positive, huh?
chrissamnee:

docshaner:

*WINK*
Happy Monday, all.

Big Red Cheezus Christ, this is great!!!

Perfect!

chrissamnee:

docshaner:

*WINK*

Happy Monday, all.

Big Red Cheezus Christ, this is great!!!

Perfect!

traddmoore:

THE BRAK SHOW

This piece is for Le Snoot’s Adult Swim tribute show, which opens on October 17, 2014 from 7:30-10:30. Le Snoot ( lesnoot ) is a digital print gallery in Savannah, GA, and these prints will remain on display/on sale until 10/23/14.

Here’s full info on the event, fuckers.

If you’re in the Savannah area, go check out the show, and go check out Le Snoot! I’m talking to YOU, SCAD folks! I know y’all are always needing new posters and prints in those dorm rooms…

Awesome!

andysuriano:

comicsalliance:

A BELATED BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION OF THE GREAT RAMONA FRADON
By Patrick A. Reed
Ramona Fradon is one of the great living legends of comics, a creator with an instantly recognizable style who has worked on some of DC Comics‘ best-loved series — and co-created a few classic characters along the way. Her crisp, lyrical line has elevated every book she’s touched over her six-and-a-half decades in the business, and her work continues to influence and inspire creators to this day.
Fradon graduated from Parsons School Of Design in 1950, and began working at DC almost immediately, pencilling the Shining Knight backup story in Adventure Comics #165 – and when that feature was replaced by Aquaman two issues later, Fradon found her first signature character.
To mark the occasion of Fradon’s recent birthday, we’ve compiled a small gallery of her art, and assembled a few friends to join us in celebrating her life and work.
READ MORE

Huuuuuuuuuuuge influence of mine !

A giant.  So, so good.

andysuriano:

comicsalliance:

A BELATED BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION OF THE GREAT RAMONA FRADON

By Patrick A. Reed

Ramona Fradon is one of the great living legends of comics, a creator with an instantly recognizable style who has worked on some of DC Comics‘ best-loved series — and co-created a few classic characters along the way. Her crisp, lyrical line has elevated every book she’s touched over her six-and-a-half decades in the business, and her work continues to influence and inspire creators to this day.

Fradon graduated from Parsons School Of Design in 1950, and began working at DC almost immediately, pencilling the Shining Knight backup story in Adventure Comics #165 – and when that feature was replaced by Aquaman two issues later, Fradon found her first signature character.

To mark the occasion of Fradon’s recent birthday, we’ve compiled a small gallery of her art, and assembled a few friends to join us in celebrating her life and work.

READ MORE

Huuuuuuuuuuuge influence of mine !

A giant.  So, so good.