loganfaerber:

Here are three Pokemon pieces that I did a few weeks back in order to practice with color palettes and line work. It was also a project that I started with my good friend Justin Mezzell who was helping choose which Pokemon we would each draw that week. I wanted to have the Pokemon trainers reflect their Pokemon in some subtle way, such as hair style, body shape, pose, etc. This also gave me a good opportunity to redesign the elemental types as an icon in the top right corner of the piece. All-in-all there is no better subject matter to try some new styles in than Pokemon, or anything Nintendo for that matter.

The original art for these are for sale in the OOSA store, by the way. Take a look!

I added a bunch of new art from lizsuburbia, loganfaerber and fistfulapparel to the store. 

http://outofsteparts.bigcartel.com/

Be sure you check out the newly launched OOSA Print Shop while you’re there. 

theartofanimation:

Logan Faerber

OOSA artist Logan Faerber

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Some sketches and projects OOSA artist Logan Faerber has been working on recently. You can see more of his work on his Dribble account.

You can also purchase The Cartoon Guidebook to Absolute Failure featuring his artwork on comixology. Issue #5 just came out.

The Cartoon Guidebook to Absolute Failure #3 written by Erik Craddock and illustrated by OOSA artist Logan Faerber is now available on Comixology

Adventure Time #11 is on the shelves today. If your local store doesn’t have Logan Fareber’s alternate cover, you can buy it directly from BOOM! Studios here:

http://www.boom-studios.com/adventure-time-11-cover-c.html

Adventure Time #11 is on the shelves today. If your local store doesn’t have Logan Fareber’s alternate cover, you can buy it directly from BOOM! Studios here: http://www.boom-studios.com/adventure-time-11-cover-c.html

Here are Andrew MacLean’s and Logan Faerber’s pieces from The Pony Club Gallery show “The End”.

You can see all of the rest of the show here: 
http://www.ponyclubpdx.com/photos/the-end-show/

Spectrum 19, featuring OOSA artists Greg Ruth and Logan Faerber (and these other great artists), is now available for sale just in time for the holidays. You can see Logan’s piece that made it into the book above.

It seems fitting that Greg and Logan were paired up together for this OOSA print.

By the way, the print and the original art for both pieces shown above are available in the OOSA store should you be interested.

And on a related note: The call for entries for Spectrum 20 are now open, but only until January 25th so you’d better hurry.

OOSA artists Logan Faerber, Andrew MacLean and Toby Cypress will have pieces in The Pony Club Gallery show “THE END” opening on December 6th in Portland, Oregon. Check it out if you’re nearby.

loganfaerber:

I was contacted by the Drawing Dreams Foundation over the past weekend, who asked if I would be interested in contributing two line drawings for their upcoming coloring book. It’s a zoo themed coloring book, but they wanted all of the animals to be imaginary blends of preexisting animals. Below each illustration would be a blank space designated by a line where the kids can give the creature a name. The coloring books will be donated and distributed to hospitalized children and sold online, at selective retail venues, and at hospital and museum gift shops.  Proceeds from online and retail sales will help fund printing costs and distribution to children’s hospitals. I’m very pleased to have helped with such a great idea and can’t wait to see what the kids think or what other creatures might develop for the final book release in December. For more details please check out www.drawingdreams.org