Monday, April 03, 2006
More Various Drawings From Mark Schultz
Art © Mark Schultz
This summer in the second volume of the ongoing "Various Drawings" series, Mark Schultz gives us a dynamic new collection of illustrations. Examples feature Schultz’s work for comics, private commissions, and stunning new works created especially for this book. Schultz takes you through the stages of the drawing process, from concept to finish. Several mediums are explored. Pencil, brush and ink, and Wolff pencil are employed to delineate his subjects.
Showcased with over 50 drawings, the majority of the book features his most recent works including new illustrations from the world of Xenozoic Tales. A special gatefold features an incredible private commission of a thirties-style Sunday newspaper strip that harkens back to the work of Alex Raymond.
The hardbound edition is limited to 1000 copies. Exclusive to this edition is a bound in plate reproducing an unpublished piece done in Wolff pencil. Each copy is numbered and signed.
48 pages, 8.5”x 11”. $19.95 softbound trade edition, ISBN: 1-933865-00-8
$29.95 hardbound limited signed edition, ISBN: 1-933865-01-6. You can order it up from Flesk Publications.
Posted by Michael J. Ryan, Ph.D. at 10:35 AM