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The OFFICIAL "This week in your ORIGINAL ART collection?"
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news.gifWhat'd YOU get for your OA collection this week? 893scratchchin-thumb.gifnews.gif

 

Post your latest pieces that may or may not warrant thier own thread. Lets see what was on the market, but is now tucked away in your vaults.

 

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(obligatory greamlin war taken care of for this thread)

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WOW, Great idea for a thread wink.gif

 

This week I added 18 pages from "The Story Of You-Know-Who" to my collection.

Here is one of my favorites, a nice parody of the opening scene of Forrest Gump

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The other 17 pages will be on my site within the next week or so.

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I posted this elsewhere, but it will give me a chance to try to attach an in-line image...

 

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I'll play. I hit one of those "milestone" birthdays, so I've got a little extra this week.

 

From some friends, I got a watercolored page from the Marvel MAX series Alias by Michael Gaydos:

http://www.comicartfans.com/Images/Category_158/subcat_300/gaydos.JPG

From my wife (how cool is she) I got a great cover from Marvel Knights: 4 by Steve McNiven:

http://www.comicartfans.com/Images/Category_158/subcat_17625/cover.jpg

And from myself (I have no shame) a Daredevil splash by Terry Dodson from the Spider-Man/Black Cat miniseries:

http://www.comicartfans.com/Images/Category_158/subcat_301/SMBC_4_8.jpg

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I'll play. I hit one of those "milestone" birthdays, so I've got a little extra this week.

 

From some friends, I got a watercolored page from the Marvel MAX series Alias by Michael Gaydos:

gaydos.JPG

From my wife (how cool is she) I got a great cover from Marvel Knights: 4 by Steve McNiven:

cover.jpg

And from myself (I have no shame) a Daredevil splash by Terry Dodson from the Spider-Man/Black Cat miniseries:

SMBC_4_8.jpg

 

http://boards.collectors-society.com/sho...e=0#Post1039143

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Thanks - I obviously didn't know that. So I just took the image tags off ... you'll just have to click the links to see my new art. cool.gif

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I'll play. I hit one of those "milestone" birthdays, so I've got a little extra this week.

 

From some friends, I got a watercolored page from the Marvel MAX series Alias by Michael Gaydos:

iyogmh.jpg

From my wife (how cool is she) I got a great cover from Marvel Knights: 4 by Steve McNiven:

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And from myself (I have no shame) a Daredevil splash by Terry Dodson from the Spider-Man/Black Cat miniseries:

iyogvs.jpg

 

MrPunch0, you've got a PM gossip.gif

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Art by A.C. HOLLINGSWORTH for the SCORCHY SMITH Sunday page newspaper comic strip published on June 20, 1954. This strip was syndicated by AP Newsfeatures.

 

 

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Mrpunch0, that is one kickass Daredevil splash.

 

I got my 3rd piece of OA this week, a Matthew Clark splash page from Teen Titans #25. I'm at home for the holidays though, so I have no way of scanning it. I'll add it to my CAF gallery when I get back.

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That's some great Hollingsworth art! He's a really underrated artist.

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This page and a dozen others will be added to my site over the next couple of days yay.gifyay.gifyay.gif

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I posted a page from Artemis Requiem and also reconstructed how it looked before DC made Ed Benes change it. She was showing too much skin and they put extra hair flowing over the naughtier bits. I have no clue as to how to actually attach pictures to these messages. Any assistance on this would be appreciated. They are both in the Good Girl Art VI gallery in my (Robert Plunkett) www.comicartfans.com gallery, link: http://www.comicartfans.com/GalleryDetail.asp?GCat=255

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Art by A.C. HOLLINGSWORTH for the SCORCHY SMITH Sunday page newspaper comic strip published on June 20, 1954. This strip was syndicated by AP Newsfeatures.

 

Hart1000, that 1st panel of Scorchy Smith is great. Nice detail! 893applaud-thumb.gifthumbsup2.gif

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I posted a page from Artemis Requiem and also reconstructed how it looked before DC made Ed Benes change it. She was showing too much skin and they put extra hair flowing over the naughtier bits. I have no clue as to how to actually attach pictures to these messages. Any assistance on this would be appreciated. They are both in the Good Girl Art VI gallery in my (Robert Plunkett) www.comicartfans.com gallery, link: http://www.comicartfans.com/GalleryDetail.asp?GCat=255

 

Hey Robert, the images need to be hosted somewhere other than CAF since they don't allow remote linking. Then you just type in {img}http://locationofimage{/IMG}

 

Replace { and } with [ and ] though.

 

I always use my personal webspace that's free with my ISP account for images.

 

Here's an example using your images,

 

ArtemisRequiemcensored.jpg

 

and

 

ArtemisRequiemuncensored.jpg

 

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Art by A.C. HOLLINGSWORTH for the SCORCHY SMITH Sunday page newspaper comic strip published on June 20, 1954. This strip was syndicated by AP Newsfeatures.

 

Hart1000, that 1st panel of Scorchy Smith is great. Nice detail! 893applaud-thumb.gifthumbsup2.gif

 

Thanks Grinder for the compliment on the Scorchy Smith page. smile.gif

 

I received this yesterday. It's a page from DC's 'Day of Vengeance' #6, page 1.

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- Hart

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