OOSA DIGEST

Andrew MacLean went to the Rock and Shock convention this past weekend and drew a bunch of sketches, including this fella from They Live.

Greg Ruth has been everywhere of late. He just announced recently that he will be on the judging committee for Spectrum 22 (now accepting submissions) AND he will be part of the 2015 Illustration Master Class! Both of those are huge honors.

Logan Faerber has been busy with his day job, and still finds time to turn out amazing illustrations when called upon to do so.

Alexis Ziritt has finished Space Riders #1 and has started working on issue #2.

Liz Suburbia continues to plug away on Sacred Heart, but here is something from her sketch book.

Paul Maybury teamed up with Liz to do this brand new, super rad “Queen of Diamonds” print for the OOSA Print Shop. It, along with everything else in the Print Shop, is on sale until the end of the month. 

Nathan Fox will be on the shelves this Wednesday with Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers #3 from Dynamite Entertainment. Also working on this issue are Jim Mahfood and Farel Dalrymple, so be sure to pick it up.

Chris Visions did another process video for his Inktober sketches. Check it out!

Ming Doyle has been doing a Monumentstrosity series for her Inktober sketches. She also talked to the ladies of Three Chicks Review Comics podcast recently about her upcoming book, The Kitchen, as well as the other stuff she has going on. 

Toby Cypress has been working on, um, various projects. You’ll hear more about them soon, I’m sure.

As always, stay tuned for more news and updates!

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outofsteparts:

You all know about the OOSA Guest Artist feature we’re doing for the Print Shop and you know that you can get Natalie Andrewson’s print this month (September) and Richie Pope’s print next month (October). Here is the rest of the Guest Artists I have lined up to this point and their schedule as far as I know it. I’ll update this when I have more information.

2014

  • September – Natalie Andrewson
  • October – Richie Pope
  • November – Jim Rugg
  • December – Eric Bonhomme

 2015

  • January – Ron Wimberly
  • February – Heather Mahler
  • March – Conor Nolan
  • April – Tony Millionaire
  • May – Sail
  • June  (Heroes Con)– Phil Noto
  • July – Brandon Graham
  • August – Tula Lotay
  • September (Cincy Comic Con & SPX) – Aaron Conley

Stay tuned!

The final line-up, which now includes Brandon Graham!

OOSA artist Andrew MacLean drew the cast of Alien this weekend.

jimrugg:

Working on a print for next month’s Out of Step Art’s featured print next month. In the meanwhile, check out some of their other beautiful artwork here: http://outofsteparts.com/

Jim’s print will be available during the month of November only, so don’t miss it. You can check out October’s guest artist Richie Pope’s print HERE.

jimrugg:

Working on a print for next month’s Out of Step Art’s featured print next month. In the meanwhile, check out some of their other beautiful artwork here: http://outofsteparts.com/

Jim’s print will be available during the month of November only, so don’t miss it. You can check out October’s guest artist Richie Pope’s print HERE.

If you are near any of these places, you should really go see @bensears’ band. They’re really good!

If you are near any of these places, you should really go see @bensears’ band. They’re really good!

More news from the OOSA Print Shop

We’ve added Nathan Fox’s signed/numbered giclee print for Captain Victory #3 and have a special deal for you to buy all three of the Capt. Victory prints for only $100 for a limited time!

Liz Suburbia has new print available, as well.

And finally, all of the prints from Nathan Fox, Liz Suburbia, Toby Cypress, Andrew Maclean, Alexis Ziritt, Chris Visions and Ming Doyle are on sale until the end of the month. Including Alexis’ signed/numbered Krang print and Toby’s Universal Monsters prints that will be gone after Halloween!

Tell your friends!

http://outofsteparts.bigcartel.com/category/the-oosa-print-shop

We’ve got some special things going on in the OOSA Print Shop right now. One of which is that the next 5 people to buy our featured Guest Artist Richie Pope’s limited edition print also get a copy of his new art book INFINITY BLOCK. 

Click H E R E to get yours.

Infinity Block is a collection of drawings about a neighborhood that never ends, featuring floating residents, weird plants, weirder animals and buildings full of secrets. 

5” x 7”

16 drawings, black and white. 

If you aren’t quick enough to get the free copy, you can buy the print version H E R E (spot color of gouache hand-painted on each textured cover)

Buy the online version H E R E

d-pi:

Illustration for URB

So good!

d-pi:

Illustration for URB

So good!

(via d-pi)

bensears:

Collision Blond, an album we spent half a year making, is now streaming in full at www.xerxesband.com. Give it a listen, spread it around, etc.

So good!

bensears:

Collision Blond, an album we spent half a year making, is now streaming in full at www.xerxesband.com. Give it a listen, spread it around, etc.

So good!

Did you know that Steve Niles’ and Greg Ruth’s Freaks of the Heartland has been optioned by Director David Gordon Green? It’s true. It’s just sitting around collecting dust, though.
The last I read was an interview with the director from 2011 on indiewire.com where he states:  "I want to do it as an animated movie now," he said. "I’ve been talking to the writer and illustrator of the comic book."However, he goes on to talk about why it hasn’t happened yet.  "It’s always financing problems," Green mused. "People want to make safe, boring zombie movies and vampire movies and comedies. Literally if I walk in the room with a really funny script or a zombie movie or aliens, they’ll say, ‘We want to see more of that, forget about those other things.’"
Oh, well. There’s always hope. Maybe the Goon movie will come about and clear a path for Freaks one day.

Did you know that Steve Niles’ and Greg Ruth’s Freaks of the Heartland has been optioned by Director David Gordon Green? It’s true. It’s just sitting around collecting dust, though.

The last I read was an interview with the director from 2011 on indiewire.com where he states:  "I want to do it as an animated movie now," he said. "I’ve been talking to the writer and illustrator of the comic book."However, he goes on to talk about why it hasn’t happened yet.  "It’s always financing problems," Green mused. "People want to make safe, boring zombie movies and vampire movies and comedies. Literally if I walk in the room with a really funny script or a zombie movie or aliens, they’ll say, ‘We want to see more of that, forget about those other things.’"

Oh, well. There’s always hope. Maybe the Goon movie will come about and clear a path for Freaks one day.