Here is some awesome Khensu fan art I just received form Eric Eric VanArsdale. Love it!
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Just received this adorable fan art from Amanda Dell’Aringa:
Make sure to check out her DeviantART gallery if you get a chance. At only 14, she’s already drawing circles around a lot of artists in there. Thanks so much, Amanda! I love it!
Bryan Ballinger (who has an upcoming Cleo guest strip) sent me this wonderful fan art from his ten-year-old daughter over the weekend, apparently a big fan of the series.
This is great. I need to implement a gigantic gaterzilla into this comic stat. You can see more of Merrill’s art on her art blog.
Thanks, Merrill! I love it!
Just received this excellent fan art from Courtney Godbey:
It’s been a while since I posted any fan art on this site. Thankfully Cas Grace has fixed that problem with this wonderful piece she sent me over the weekend:
This incredible fan art comes courtesy of Holiday Wars artist, Michael Odom:
Make sure you click on it to get a larger view because, holy cow, that is some serious attention to detail. And the most ferocious Khensu I think we’ve seen yet! Scott King (writer of Holiday Wars) told me he hoped to have it colored some day. I hope that happens, but I think it looks gorgeous just the way it is.
For those not-in-the-know, Scott and Michael’s (almost) daily webcomic Holiday Wars centers on the Easter Bunny waging war on all holidays in an effort to gain immortality. It’s like the Nightmare Before Christmas meets Highlander. I’m not really sure what else you need to know to check it out.
This fan art I just received from Harry Myland is so adorable!
I love how Harry decided to draw young Cleo during her school “daze.” Haha. I think it’s the first one I’ve gotten! The widescreen effect and half-tone effect are nice touches too. Simply love this.
Harry draws an absolutely gorgeous b&w webcomic called Nomad Tofu. It’s now in its 6th chapter and 119th page! My recommendation is to pour a nice cup of hot tea and make your way through Tofu’s archive for your Saturday morning webcomics reading. :)
Sean Ashby (aka: Ingvard the Terrible) sent me this gorgeous piece of Cleo fan art yesterday:
Thanks, Sean! I love it!
I LOVE this pinup I received from Chad Sell!
Cute as a button!
Chad draws a webcomic called Manta-Man which he describes as “strange and occasionally sexy stories.” So WARNING KIDS. Chad’s comic is only for the 17-years-old-and-up crowd due to harsh language and characters occasionally strutting around in their under garments. I don’t want want to recieve angry emails from your parents that I sent you there, okay?
But boy. Manta-Man is one heck of a well-drawn webcomic.
I met Kate Carlton just this past weekend at MegaCon and I’m not home more than one day and she sends me this excellent piece of Cleo fan art!
Now those are some eyes. And I adore Khensu in this pic.
Andrew Power, creator of the wonderful Aptitude Test webcomic, sent me this equally wonderful Cleo fan art!
Just love that pose, expression and limited color palette! But not nearly as much as those big fat red laser blasts. Way cool. Make sure to check out more of Andrew’s work on his deviantART account!
Check out this super cute fan art Jamie Cosley sent me over the weekend!
Cleo sure seems reluctant about handing over that tuna…
Jamie draws a great single panel webcomic called Cody the Cavalier. Cody is a cat. And a Cavalier. I have no idea what more is necessary to get you to read it. He’s also been drawing some great superheroes on his newly formed deviantART page.
Wonderful piece of Cleo fan art sent to me by Tony Esteves!
Tony just started a new comic this year about a Woodsman. But not just any Woodsman- a Legendary Woodsman! You should check it out if you’re into mystery, intrigue and adventurey type stuff. You may already know about Tony’s other comic, Cigarro & Cerveja, which he’s been drawing for over ten years now.
Man, do I love this awesome pin-up of Cleo and Khensu that the ultra-talented Gene Gonzales surprised me with:
Seriously. Color that thing and it could be a poster. Although I’m particularly fond of how it looks in B&W.
Gene is one of those artists who makes me realize I’m not pushing myself as an artist as hard as I should be. His compositions, design and anatomy are spot on and he creates some of the most gorgeous pin-ups this side of the eastern seaboard. If any of you are looking for a commission of one of your favorite characters, particularly of the female variety, Gene is the guy to go to.
Thanks so much, Gene! I love this.
Jeff Ford sent me this ADORABLE fan art by his daughter Hannah:
Seriously- how cute is this? Only fifteen too. Hannah (or HannersRawr as she goes by on her deviantART site) has got one heck of a career in front of here. Can’t wait to see where she goes. Thanks so much, Hannah!
This was a wonderful Christmas present! My pal and one of my favorite living artists, Mike Laughead surprised me with his super rad take on Cleo:
Dagnab that’s some hot pink awesomeness. I could go on for days about how much I love Mike’s illustration skills, concepts and unique style, but it’d be easier if you just visit his blog and see for yourself. Tons of amazing stuff in there. Thanks so much, Mike!
My buddy (and ex-neighbor) Keath sent me this fun Cleo fan art:
Love the expression on her face. Chance are, whatever’s on the other end of that slime trail is going to be in for one heck of a fight. Thanks, dude!
You can check out Keath’s drawings, photos, music preferences and thoughts over on his tumblr blog.
Feast your eyes upon the amazing, epic cuteness of this fan art I received from the maniacal Manuel Preitano yesterday:
I know what you’re thinking. You need that desktop size. Well, you’re in luck! Download extra-sized attack bunny goodness HERE! (right click, save link as)
So I wasn’t familiar with Manuel’s work until he stopped me mid internet with this piece. And I’m so glad he did, because his work is incredible. Seriously. Check out his free 34 page comic, The Mysteries of Bakerville, if you don’t believe me. Man is an inspiration.
Two awesome fan arts this week! First, this suave take on Cleo & Khensu by Darrell Toland who does a great webcomic called Stix & Bones:
I love those colors! Almost as much as I love those alien skeleton space guys in the bg. Thanks for giving me more characters to steal, Darrell!
I also received this wonderful moleskine sketch by John Peters who has Cleo echoing exactly how I felt during a much too long for it’s own good meeting this morning.
John also does a webcomic. Called Gypsy. It is also great. Go read it!