Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Digital Cocktails!

This one's an awesome digital illustration by Dave Perillo, and its in keeping with what seems to be a recurring theme around here -- Iron Man and booze. I really dig the friendliness and charm of this drawing, and the cool vibe in the background. I think Dave has drawn him stumbling home after a night on the town, but I like to think that he's pouring out that beer on the curb for his fallen Avengers homies, and about to give a repulsor salute with the other hand...

...either way, it's a fantastic pic. Thanks for submitting it, Dave!

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

The Great War

Hmmm...I have no idea what Iron Man and the Great War have in common, but its clear that Darryl Cunningham does. He sent this fine doodle with backgrounds inspired by the World War One battlefield paintings of Paul Nash.

...and it just goes to show that shellhead can fit into whatever doodling theme might inspire you. Nicely done, Darryl!

Monday, August 07, 2006

Just a sad tin man...

Here's a doodle from Jason Brown. He describes this one as "Ironsad" -- which fits his pose quite well. I love the long legs on this redesign. And if I were wearing as cool an Iron Man suit as this one, I wouldn't be sad at all.

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Marvel Team-up!

Here's another great submission that I've taken waaay too long in posting. This one's by the all-star team up of Steven Charles Manale and Darwyn Cooke. Mr. Manale is, of course, a die-hard Don Heck fan and a backup point-guard for the Boston Celtics (fantasy league), and Mr. Cooke is, as if you didn't already know, the multi-award winning writer and artist of DC's hit comic, the New Frontier.

And this is one heck of a great team-up!

Tony Stark -- A Man out of Control!

The drunk-Iron-Man thing is becoming something of a subtheme on this blog, and here's a great submission along those lines from one of my favourite artists, J. Bone. I don't think I need to say anything at all about the awesomeness of this piece - Mr. Bone's art already speaks volumes about his talent. All I can say is "Sorry it took so long to post up, J.!"