Art behind glass: Show off your framed art!
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On 3/2/2019 at 11:09 AM, First Upgrade said:

Mike Deodato's

Wolverine Origins #28, pgs. 9 & 10

ALL graphite, unsigned

...Here's to 1 year of posting on the boards!!

Wolverine Origins 28 DPS910.jpg

Mike Deodato Wolverine Origins28_Annual2.jpg

Dude that's badass. I love the perspective of it.

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On 3/2/2019 at 10:09 AM, First Upgrade said:

Mike Deodato's

Wolverine Origins #28, pgs. 9 & 10

ALL graphite, unsigned

...Here's to 1 year of posting on the boards!!

Wolverine Origins 28 DPS910.jpg

Mike Deodato Wolverine Origins28_Annual2.jpg

Oh my, I've been wondering where this DPS ended up. Absolutely love this and it looks amazing framed.

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Nice. Is that Spidey splash by McGuinness? I almost bought one from the same series but procrastinated and missed out unfortunately.

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4 minutes ago, awayne83 said:

Nice. Is that Spidey splash by McGuinness? I almost bought one from the same series but procrastinated and missed out unfortunately.

Yup.  As you can tell, I’m not big on modern art in my collection... but that piece is just fantastic, I just fell in love with it immediately 

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6 hours ago, fmaz said:

As long as I was sharing those... might as well give an overview of what my collection looks like now... since it’s easy to do, being so small.  Everything I own is framed and up on these two walls in my home office...

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Great office! Love the frames and the gray matting looks fantastic. Congrats on containing the collection!. If only oubhad a bigger office....

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13 hours ago, Panelfan1 said:

Great office! Love the frames and the gray matting looks fantastic. Congrats on containing the collection!. If only oubhad a bigger office....

Well there’s more wall space than is shown... I’ve still got room for, I think, about 8-10 more pieces of art.   But I’m VERY lucky my wife has said “Ok, that room is yours... whatever you want to do with the walls in there is fine with me.”.  She doesn’t have a room like that.  Well, other than the rest of the entire house, come to think of it.... hm  

 

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13 hours ago, Panelfan1 said:

Great office! Love the frames and the gray matting looks fantastic. Congrats on containing the collection!. If only oubhad a bigger office....

And by the way?  For those noticing... the Buscema MTU page (upper right on the published art wall) was the 2nd piece I ever bought, and before I settled on a “signature” framing style that I replicate with my framing guy on every piece.  And the OCD in me dies a little every time I look at that dark matte... I can’t stand it.  It just seems so wasteful to redo a piece just to make it match.  But honestly I can see that happening sooner than later.  It really drives me nuts!  

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Posted (edited)

Mats are pretty cheap. Swopping it out would be super simple.

Seems a very small price for your sanity. ;)

Edited by ESeffinga

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3 hours ago, ESeffinga said:

Mats are pretty cheap. Swopping it out would be super simple.

Seems a very small price for your sanity. ;)

That's what I was thinking, maybe 20 bucks to swap it.The real danger is discovering they taped the thing down or something worse.  Sometimes you just don't want to know.

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30 minutes ago, cstojano said:

That's what I was thinking, maybe 20 bucks to swap it.The real danger is discovering they taped the thing down or something worse.  Sometimes you just don't want to know.

I would leave it as a sentimental reminder of an early decision about original comic art!  Conversation topic for non believers, too.  David

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Roman Dirge original Lenore page. Probably going to have to sell it soon since the wife is unemployed

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On 3/14/2019 at 12:09 PM, fmaz said:

As long as I was sharing those... might as well give an overview of what my collection looks like now... since it’s easy to do, being so small.  Everything I own is framed and up on these two walls in my home office...

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Is that the actual cover to Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1, or is it just a recreation? I got Pat Olliffe to do a recreation of that cover for me, and it turned out pretty sweet.

 

Joe

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9 hours ago, Joe Ankenbauer said:

Is that the actual cover to Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1, or is it just a recreation? I got Pat Olliffe to do a recreation of that cover for me, and it turned out pretty sweet.

 

Joe

I wish! Nope that's the first (and only to this point) commission I've ever had done... by the wonderful Alan Kupperberg.  What a nice man.  We discussed a number of different ideas for what I would have him do, and when I finally said "what cover have you never done that you've always wanted to do?" he was SO happy.. no one had ever asked him that before! It just so happened that this is one of my favorite Spidey covers too so we really bonded over it and he did a fantastic job.  The experience was wonderful, we became friends on facebook, and I was very saddened when he passed away just a few months after I'd framed the piece and put it up on my wall.  So yeah, it's not the original... but it's a really special piece to me..

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Posted (edited)

Back from the framers . . . just waiting on the captions to be recreated. Excuse the glass reflection . . .

THE GOLDEN VOYAGE OF SINBAD (1973) movie poster painting by Brian Bysouth.

Original art size is about 37" x 27", so it's in a big frame.

 

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Edited by The Voord

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On 3/14/2019 at 10:09 AM, fmaz said:

As long as I was sharing those... might as well give an overview of what my collection looks like now... since it’s easy to do, being so small.  Everything I own is framed and up on these two walls in my home office...

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I frame my art similar to yours with double matte, grey on top. The BW inked art seems to pop better than a black matte.

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On ‎3‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 1:09 PM, fmaz said:

As long as I was sharing those... might as well give an overview of what my collection looks like now... since it’s easy to do, being so small.  Everything I own is framed and up on these two walls in my home office...

 

 

 

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Awesome display Frank!  Glad to see your new Superman transformation page framed.  :cloud9:

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