I love the format of the Yoda. Great stuff.
They are all quite awesome, but you just can't beat Boba Fett! Very nice.
Hey Scott, great seeing you at the show! The piece were all gorgeous. I wish I'd seen your comission post before coming! Arrgh! I do want to get a Strong Bad watercolor from you at some point. Hope you can make SPXI talked to you about showing you some art from a story I'm doing and you said to email you, but I can't find your contact on this site. Could you email me the contact info? Thanks!
augh, i would SO snatch one of those boba fett's if I had been anywhere near that con. too cool!
Hi Scott, I thought you might want a scan of the commission you did for my Harry-Potter-loving girlfriend: http://www.papercookie.net/morsehp.jpg. It's been regularly blowing minds.Thanks so much for coming out to Heroes Con. I discovered your stuff a year or so ago through Steve Purcell's blog and I've been in heavenly catch-up mode ever since, reading Soulwind, Ancient Joe, Volcanic Revolver, Barefoot Serpent, just whatever I can get my hands on. I'm a filmmaker and I've been in a sort of identity crisis for a while because I like so many different genres and styles, and your work has been so inspirational in the way you break right through that and do top-tier work in so many completely different arenas. There is almost no connection between the dense noir of VR and the wide-eyed epic adventure of Soulwind except for their uniform excellence. And of course the icing on top is that everything has its own unique and gorgeous visual style to match. Seeing you so successfully switch between worlds makes me feel like a big dummy for rejecting my own concepts that feel too far from my own wheelhouse.Anyway, it was a great pleasure seeing you work and I'm so glad I still have more to catch up on.
well, seeing these just made my day.awesome as always.i especially like the speeder bike trooper.can't wait for your IDW series!!
omg....those are all really great!!!
2 of those, I'm proud to say, are now mine. Thank you so much, Scott!
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