Some of these scans were created by dealers from whom I've purchased the art, others were made by myself. Scan quality and image sizes vary.
All characters and images belong to their respective copyright holders.
DC - Wildstorm
Stormwatch and the Changers, from Stormwatch #50, pg. 31
Pencils by Tom Raney, inks by M. Irwin

Stormwatch, from Stormwatch vol 2, #3, pg 19
Pencils by Michael Ryan, inks by M. Irwin

The Nevada Garden, from Stormwatch vol 2, #6, pg 14
Pencils by Bryan Hitch, inks by Paul Neary

Stormwatch Black, from Stormwatch vol 2, #11, pg 21
Pencils by Bryan Hitch, inks by Paul Neary

Christine Trelane and Jackson King, from The Authority #1, pg 5
Pencils by Bryan Hitch, inks by Paul Neary

Jeroen as The Doctor, from The Authority #1, pg 15
Pencils by Bryan Hitch, inks by Paul Neary

The Authority, from Authority #6, pg 18
Pencils by Bryan Hitch, inks by Paul Neary

Ship's Captain, from Savant Garde #6, pg 16
Pencils by Ryan Odagawa, inks by C. Gibson.
DC - Vertigo
Spider Jerusalem in The City, from Transmetropolitan: Filth of the City
Pencils and inks by Darick Robertson.

The City, from Transmetropolitan #8, pg 15
Pencils by Darick Robertson, inks by Rodney Ramos.

The City after the ruinstorm, and President Callahan, from Transmetropolitan #47, pg 2
Pencils by Darick Robertson, inks by Rodney Ramos.

The City (colored copy), from Transmetropolitan #8, pg 15
Pencils by Darick Robertson, inks by Rodney Ramos, colors by Authorised.
Another coloring job by Authorised, showing the City in all its grimy, garish glory. Well worth the long download!

Spider Jerusalem's Cat, Original Sketch by Darick Robertson on Transmetropolitan promo postcard.

Swamp Thing, DC Comics Style Guide
Pencils by Paris Cullins, inks by Alfredo Alcala.

John Constantine, from Hellblazer #9, pg 11
Pencils by John Ridgway, inks by Alfredo Alcala.
DC - DCU
Modern Catwoman, commission by Michael Lark
Michael Lark posing with the art.

Walker Gabriel fencing, from Chronos #5, pg 8.
Walker Gabriel fencing, from Chronos #5, pg 9.
Walker Gabriel time-shifting, from Chronos #5, pg 10.
Pencils by Paul Guinan, inks by Doug Hazlewood.

Jack Knight and the elder Mist, from Starman #24, pg 2.
Pencils by Tony Harris, inks by Wade von Grawbadger.

Jack Knight overlooking Opal City, from Starman #45, pg 13.
Pencils by Tony Harris, inks by Wade von Grawbadger.

Futuristic City, from Green Lantern 1,000,000 p. 21 (long download)
Pencils by Bryan Hitch, inks by Paul Neary

Sailor and tourist, from Batman: Shadow of the Bat #60, pg 2.
Pencils by Dave Taylor, inks by Stan Woch
A nice standalone page of an old salt reminiscing about albatrosses.

Marvel
Elektra, from Elektra: Glimpse and Echo, by Scott Morse

Remy LeBeau, from the Gambit and Bishop Limited Series #1, pg 1.
Pencils by Georges Jeanty, inks by Sean Parsons. Huge file, but worth the download - trust me!

Remy LeBeau (colored copy), from the Gambit and Bishop Limited Series #1, pg 1.
Pencils by Georges Jeanty, inks by Sean Parsons, colors by Authorised.
My explicit instructions were to color him in a subtle scheme unlike anything published. Authorised came up with this wonderfully appropriate "Robin Hood" theme.

Gambit Convention Sketch, by Georges Jeanty.

T'Challa and Storm, from Black Panther #26, pg. 18
Pencils by Sal Velluto, inks by Bob Almond

Dakota North and M'Koni, from Black Panther #31, pg. 2
Pencils by Sal Velluto, inks by Bob Almond
I think this page is a perfect example of storytelling through sequential art. It's a classic PI scene, self-contained on a page with no dialogue. Hard to believe this was published in a superhero comic.

Dakota North and M'Koni, (colored copy) from Black Panther #31, pg. 2
Pencils by Sal Velluto, inks by Bob Almond, colors by Authorised.

Dakota North and Monica Lynn, from Black Panther #32, pg. 17
Pencils by Sal Velluto, inks by Bob Almond

Independents and Small Press
Vogelein, promotional painting by Jane Irwin.

Patrick the Wolf Boy, by Art Baltazar.

Emma Bishop, from Ruse (CrossGeneration Comics)
Pencil sketch by Butch Guice.

Photographic proof for Grendel #14 Cover
A most generous gift from Bernie Mireault!

Carrie Stetko, from Whiteout: Melt #4, pg 21. (Oni Press)
Pencils, inks, lettering, and effects by Steve Lieber
Many art collectors have a love-hate relationship with dialogue on the original page. In this case, what's not to love about how the words add a sense of urgency to the images?

Skoll devouring the sun, from Obergeist: Ragnarok Highway #1, pg. 2. (Top Cow)
Pencils by Tony Harris, inks by Ray Snyder.

Jinx Alameda, cover to an issue of Comic Buyer's Guide.
Pencils and inks by Brian Michael Bendis.

Woman in Raincoat (unpublished)
Pencils and inks by Brian Douglas Ahern.

Finder #24, pg 2. (Lightspeed Press)
Carla Speed McNeil

Marcie and Werewolf, from Finder #21, pg 8. (Lightspeed Press)
Carla Speed McNeil
Scans never do justice to the originals, and that truism goes double for this artist's work. The delicate linework present in the original is simply mindboggling. Margins are cut off due to the small size of my scanner bed. Drats.

Fingers snuffing candle flame, from Finder TPB 2, pg i. (Lightspeed Press)
Carla Speed McNeil
This page "called" to me from across a crowded aisle at Chicago Con 2001. Simple, elegant, and possessing stunning subtle details not apparent from this scan.

Samurai and Ship illustration (unknown gaming magazine).
Pencils and inks by Guy Davis.

Dr. Broccoli and Agent Swete from The Broccoli Agenda p. 4 (Sleeping Giant Comics).
Pencils and inks by David Yurkovich.

Mobsters from The Broccoli Agenda p. 51 (Sleeping Giant Comics).
Pencils and inks by David Yurkovich.

Pencil prelim for painting, for upcoming Wizards of the Coast, Polyhedron magazine.
Tony Harris.

Atavar, from Mr. Hero #6, pg 11. (Tekno Comix)
Pencils by Ted Slampyak, inks by Art Nichols.

Man and alien Kalighoul creature, from Mr. Hero #11, pg 8. (Tekno Comix)
Pencils by Ted Slampyak, inks by Dave Hunt.

Scary Chihuahua (is there any other kind?), from Gamera #1, pg 1. (Dark Horse)
Pencils by Mozart Couto, inks by Mike Sellers.

Space Ship, from Terra Um #1, pg 19. (Unk)
Pencils by Carlos Mota, inks by Rene Micheletti.



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