jasonmoore

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  1. I could get it signed by James. I've been friends with him since the very beginning, formative days of Caliber and we were working for Gary Reed. I was the inker on The Realm. The back cover of Deadworld #10 was actually an ad for The Crow #1, not Caliber Presents #1...but it was the first published appearance of The Crow if you don't count the very low print run advertisement paper that was published by Caliber called Caliber Rounds which had a large full piece of artwork and promo material advertising The Crow BEFORE Deadworld #10...but since that was an advertising paper, not many people will consider that the first appearance even though it's actually the first appearance of The Crow in print form, but not necessarily in comic book format. If you have something you'd be interested in trading or doing partial trade for,please send pics or links to me...a lot of my collecting is based on artwork that catches my eye so I am never positive on exactly what I might be looking for until I see it =)
  2. Hey everyone, I'm selling the original artwork from Deadworld #10 pg3 that was pencilled by Vince Locke and inked and lettered by James O'Barr. The page is signed by Vince Locke. Vince and James have only worked together on a handful of pages from this issue of Deadworld which also happens to be considered the first appearance of The Crow on the back cover of this issue. Pages from this issue that Vince and James worked on are pretty tough to come by as there's only a few of them out there. I'm asking $350 shipped for this page. I will entertain best offer or partial trades as long as it's within reason. No super lowball please. Thanks! Jason Moore
  3. Thanks for the mention @mister_not_so_nice!! I sent you a PM @eewwnuk
  4. I would absolutely LOVE a chance to ink this once you get it completed. I've inked Pollard, Jusko, Zeck and Granov on commissions in the past. This would be fun!
  5. Hey everyone! I'm looking to sell some original artwork that I have worked on as inker over pencillers Kelley Jones and Kyle Hotz. There's a few pieces in here that are pencilled and inked by me and I will make note of that next to the piece. All artwork is 11x17 unless it is a double page spread in which case the artwork is approximately 22x17. Thanks for looking!! Jason Moore Kyle Hotz (Pencils) Jason Moore (Inks) - Book of Revelations Pgs 28-29 - Double Page Spread - PRICE $600 Kyle Hotz (Pencils) Jason Moore (Inks) - Book of Revelations Pgs 34-35 - Double Page Spread - PRICE $600 Kyle Hotz (Pencils) Jason Moore (Inks) - Book of Revelations Pgs 28-29 - Double Page Spread - PRICE $450 Kyle Hotz (Pencils) Jason Moore (Inks) - Book of Revelations Pgs 28-29 - Double Page Spread - PRICE $600 Kyle Hotz (Pencils) Jason Moore (Inks) - Hell Pg15 - Single Page - PRICE $225 Kyle Hotz (Pencils) Jason Moore (Inks) - Hell Pg12 - Single Page - PRICE $200 Kyle Hotz (Pencils) Jason Moore (Inks) - Hell Pg19 - Single Page - PRICE $250 Kyle Hotz (Pencils) Jason Moore (Inks) - Single Page - PRICE $250 Kyle Hotz (Pencils) Jason Moore (Inks) - Hell Pg15 - Single Page - PRICE $250 Kelley Jones (Pencils) Jason Moore (Inks) - The Crusades - Double Page Spread - PRICE $1200 Kelley Jones (Pencils) Jason Moore (Inks) - The Crusades #7 Pg 16 - Single Page - PRICE $350 Jason Moore (Pencils & Inks) - Tank Girl Original Artwork for Limited Edition Print - Single Page 11x17 - PRICE $650 Jason Moore (Pencils & Inks) - John Carpenter's The Thing Art Book - Single Page 11x17 - PRICE $650
  6. Hey everyone, I still have this entire 16 page complete story available for sale. My original asking price on it was $400 plus S&H for the complete story. I need to sell this story quick, so I'm dropping the asking price to $300 + S&H. Please contact me if interested! Thanks, Jason Moore
  7. Hey everyone, I have this original artwork from Swamp Thing #25 Pg 11 by Bissette/Totleben. I have only used ebay in the past to sell artwork, but I feel like I may be missing out on some potential buyers for an item like this if I don't use one of the larger auction houses. What would you all recommend as the best market to sell a page like this?
  8. Price Dropped to only $400 + S&H. That's only $25 per page for a complete 16 page story! I need to move these pages ASAP. I recently completed inking a short story over penciller Steve Mannion that is featured in issue 4 & 5 of Eric Powell's Spook House comic book, published by Eric's company, Albatross Funny Books. All of Steve's pencilled artwork was sent to me digitally, then I printed it out and inked over blueline printouts at full standard 11x17 paper size. The inks are traditional brush and india inks on standard comic bristol board paper. These are not digital inks and print outs of digital inks. I reiterate that the final published artwork was inked over Steve's pencil artwork sent directly to me from Steve. Steve didn't touch these originals as far as laying his pencil to the actual pieces of paper that I inked on. I know that probably 100% of you are aware of the process, but I feel it necessary to go into detail on it just in case! Anyway, I am looking to sell these pages to anyone interested. It would be kind of cool to keep the story together, but I'm sure that's unlikely. If any of you would like to see the scans of the finished pages, you can see them at the following link: http://www.inkmachine.com/art/spookhouse If you are interested, please contact me at inkmachine@gmail.com Thanks everyone! Best, Jason Moore
  9. Hey everyone! Eric Powell published a new comic this week under his Albatross Funny Books called Galaktikon #1. Here's a little back story. I was originally hired to be the inker on this 6 issue mini-series pencilled by Steve Mannion. The comic series is based on a concept album of the same name by musician Brendon Small, creator of the Cartoon Network series Metalocalypse. I got no further then 5 pages into inking issue #1 of the series and Brendon decided that he preferred the rough texture look of the pencil artwork and not the inked version, so the decision was made to not have an inker on the book and to print the comic directly from the pencil artwork only. So that leaves me with 5 pages of original unpublished inked artwork from Galaktikon #1 that's on the stands this week. I inked these pages using traditional methods of brush and india ink over blueline printouts on standard smooth finish bristol board at full 11x17 size. These were not inked directly over Steve's actual pencil artwork. I'm interested in selling these 5 pages if anyone here is interested in them. I love inking Steve's work and really wish that I could have inked the entire 6 issue series as originally planned...but I'm sure there will be future projects with us collaborating as a team in the future! I'm attaching scans of the 5 originals that I have for sale. Thanks everyone! Best, Jason Moore
  10. Price Dropped to only $400 + S&H. That's only $25 per page for a complete 16 page story! I need to move these pages ASAP. I recently completed inking a short story over penciller Steve Mannion that is featured in issue 4 & 5 of Eric Powell's Spook House comic book, published by Eric's company, Albatross Funny Books. All of Steve's pencilled artwork was sent to me digitally, then I printed it out and inked over blueline printouts at full standard 11x17 paper size. The inks are traditional brush and india inks on standard comic bristol board paper. These are not digital inks and print outs of digital inks. I reiterate that the final published artwork was inked over Steve's pencil artwork sent directly to me from Steve. Steve didn't touch these originals as far as laying his pencil to the actual pieces of paper that I inked on. I know that probably 100% of you are aware of the process, but I feel it necessary to go into detail on it just in case! Anyway, I am looking to sell these pages to anyone interested. It would be kind of cool to keep the story together, but I'm sure that's unlikely. If any of you would like to see the scans of the finished pages, you can see them at the following link: http://www.inkmachine.com/art/spookhouse If you are interested, please contact me at inkmachine@gmail.com Thanks everyone! Best, Jason Moore