Monday, April 25, 2011

Monday, April 11, 2011

Spirited Away Sketch Challenge

Liz Enright's Chihiro and Yubaba

Jackie Lewis's No Face

Rachel Ordway's Chihiro and No Face

Chris Lane's Paper Demons

Julie Godwin's Chihiro

Audrey Morris's Haku

Friday, April 8, 2011

My Favorite Color is AMERICA

Marvel's announcement that its Black Panther character will soon become "American Panther" had a few of us in the Atlanta SEQA department spinning our wheels as to who else we can patriotize. Here are a few of the ideas.  Fun fact - the American Panther design is drawn by the wonderfully talented Francesco Francavilla, who is also here in hoppin' Atlanta.

Don't forget to pick up Deadpool Family #1, featuring art by current student Irene Strychalski and recent graduates Dominike Stanton and Darnell Johnson

Falynn Koch's American Lantern:

Erin Gladstone's Emma Frost: The American Queen:

Allen Spetnagel's American Widow:

Robin Holstein's American Goblin:

Jay Peteranetz rethinks country loyalty with Omega American:

Cara McGee draws everyone's favorite Wizard Godfather on the lam, Sirius American:

Brian Prince's American Hornet:

Ali Henderson's American Gothic-inspired family pairing of the Avengers' American Witch and Quickamerican:

Hunter Wook-Jin Clark's outlaw doctor American Jack:

Rachel Ordway's American Canary:

Nick Zamudio's version of Henry Pym's American Jacket persona:

Trevor Verges' American Surfer:

Josh Andre Smith's Booster American:

Max Currie's sexy super-burglar, American Cat:

Luigi Anderson's American Arrow:

Jackie Lewis' American Skull, colored by Falynn Koch:

Thaddeus Draheim's American Beetle:

Julie Godwin's barbarian queen American Sonja:

Professor Chris Schweizer's American Bolt, king of the Inhumans:

Nicolas Palmer's American Manta:




Wednesday, April 6, 2011


Three of our best and brightest at SEQA-Atlanta have a Marvel comic coming out this week called "Deadpool Family"! Between C.B. Celbulski and Axel Alonso's various trips to SCAD-Atlanta they both saw potential in these students (now alum) and hired them to work on "Deadpool Family" last year. We've been privileged to have these students at SCAD-Atlanta and now the world gets to bask in their work too. On top of the great writer line-up mentioned below, the entire book is also colored by the amazing John Rauch. Here's the cover, by Jason Pearson, to look for on the shelves. Pick yourself up a copy!

First up in the issue is Dominike Stanton. He penciled Cullen Bunn's story focusing around Deadpool Kid and Deadpool Dog. Domo got lucky and also was able to draw a giant robot and lightsabers for Deadpool Kid!

Next is Mark HK Choi's Lady Deadpool and Zombie Deadpool story penciled and inked by Irene Strychalski. This one is not for the faint of heart. Lady Deadpool and Zombie Deadpool share a little too much with their therapist.

And finally, Darnell Johnson's Deadpool Dog story written by James Asmus. This is a sort of palette cleanser for the book as Deadpool Dog tries to eat Antman and hilarity ensues.

We could not be more proud of these blooming artists and fully expect this is just the beginning for them. Go out and get their first published work through Marvel this week in "Deadpool Family"!