MIL0S

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  1. Here are a couple of Tim Vigil zombie sketches (these are currently listed on ebay along with a bunch of other Halloween themed art, ie witches, vampires, zombies, werewolves, etc.):
  2. bump... The Vigil Halloween themed art auctions end tomorrow afternoon. Check 'em out, lots of very affordable and fantastic art!
  3. I just listed 30 new Halloween themed Tim Vigil art pieces on ebay, Tons of witches, vampires, werewolves, and zombies.... check them out here: https://www.ebay.com/sch/vigil-art/m.html?item=193679974893&hash=item2d1839e1ed%3Ag%3AxBwAAOSwrmBfa008&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562
  4. Bump. Auctions begin to close tomorrow night. I also added a bunch of pieces to my CAF: https://www.comicartfans.com/galleryroom.asp?gsub=209916
  5. I am selling another batch of art on behalf of Tim Vigil on ebay. These are sketches and preliminary type pieces, mostly in pencil some ink, one color piece, mostly 9"x12" size on paper or artboard. Single shipping fee for multiple pieces, art can be found at the link noted below (ebay seller: vigil-art). I have a large pile of artwork so more listings will follow, also message me with any specific interests (vampires, werewolves, etc) and I can probably find something for you. https://www.ebay.com/sch/vigil-art/m.html?item=193660307765&hash=item2d170dc935%3Ag%3AAPwAAOSwxVlfXbCV&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562
  6. 10 years ago sounds about right, I believe the seller was someone that worked with Timm at Warner Brothers. The material was broken up into several lots and I bought some but got outbid on some others. Like Will_K said there were some suggestive drawings of comic characters as well as tons of ‘naughty & nice’ type nude/pinup art as well as some material by animator/comic artist Shane Glines. If anyone reading this purchased any of that material and would like to trade for the material that I have please PM me. Here’s one partial image from the collection:
  7. I purchased a Mark Texeira Batman pinup and was pleasantly surprised to find a page prelim on the backside when I received it. Does anyone recognize what it’s from?
  8. the comicbookdb.com site was a great resource for looking up creative teams, publish dates, etc for comics but it is now defunct. what other sites do people use?
  9. I purchased a vintage Mark Texeira convention sketch recently and was pleasantly surprised to find a loose penciled page layout on the backside. The sketch was dated 3/20/99. does anyone have any idea what title/issue/page this is?
  10. I keep my AE books stacked inside their boxes and I have the large studio edition Frank Cho Drawing Beautiful women art book from Flesk that is 12"x17" stored with my AE and it bothers me that it doesn't have its own box...
  11. yeah, without even looking at the 'Romita' piece the sellers negative feedback for selling fakes and current listings that include Picasso, Warhol, Banksy & Watterson is all you need to see to know that you should run far far away. not to mention all the listings also include typical scammer CYA statements like "no COA, offered as in the manner of" or "this is being sold as a souvenir painting attributed to X, this is not being sold as a painting painted by X", "this was purchased at an estate sale/flea market/street fair/etc."
  12. Speaking of 'fair market value' and comps, I was recently contacted by a seller/artist rep based on the contents of my CAF gallery directing me to some of his inventory. now, I had seen the items he had listed for sale, they've been listed with prices for over 3 years and remain unsold. I never bothered contacting him or making an offer since his prices and mine were so far apart but since he pushed I replied and he was 'insulted'. So if there are no comparables to be found and if pieces are listed for years at a price and remain unsold what is 'fair market value'?
  13. The Donnelly's have always done shady stuff but passing off a recreation cover as the original is by far the worst. I once owned a cover (and some interior pages) for an unpublished Punisher 2099 "fill-in" story by Duke Mighten & Scott Koblish. The artist confirmed that the art was for an issue that never saw print. The cover had no title dress (corner art, title logo, etc) when I sold it via comiclink but after the Donnelly's acquired it was listed as an alternate "1st version" #1 cover: http://www.coollinesartwork.com/featured.asp?Piece=296209