I have a lot of Nathan Fox’s art work. I mean A LOT. Hundreds of pages and illustrations. I’ve already put up some of the newer work, covers and illustrations that I thought most folks would be interested in, but what about the rest? Well, it’s just been sitting in my old flat file and that’s no way for art to exist. Nathan and I talked and what we’re going to do is offer monthly vault sales. Each month, I’ll pull some stuff from the files and list it for sale in the store at a special price to hopefully send it off to a new home. What’s left at the end of the month will go back into the vault.
To start things off, I’ve pulled the remaining pages from Nathan’s work on Harley Quinn #31 published by DC Comics. All of the 12×19 inch pages are $150 each with free shipping in the US. Click HERE to see what’s available and make a purchase.
If you don’t see something that you want this time, come back next month to see what gets listed. Of course, if you are looking for something specific, either from Nathan or any of the other OOSA artists, feel free to contact me via email and inquire about it. And be sure to follow OOSA on Twitter or Tumblr to get the latest announcements, news and updates.
We’ve started something new here at Out of Step Arts. We are going to be featuring a variety of guest artists in the OOSA Print Shop! Each month, we’ll invite a different artist to do a print with us for you all to buy. Some of the artists you might know, and some you might not. That’s OK. Good art is good art. They’ll be comic artists, illustrators, fine artists, photographers, etc. All of the prints will be first editions and only available in the OOSA shop for one month.
So who will we be featuring? Well, folks like Richie Pope, Jim Rugg, Eric Bonhomme, Ron Wimberly, Conor Nolan, Tula Lotay, Sail, and starting everything off, Natalie Andrewson! You can get her print in the Print Shop during the month of September. You also be able to get it directly from the OOSA booth at the Cincy Comic Con (H9-10) and SPX (W44-45).
Go check out more of Natalie’s work at her website (www.natalie-andrewson.com) and then be sure to check back here every month to see which artist we’ll be featuring next.
So the big news was released at this year’s San Diego Comic Con that indie powerhouse publisher Fantagraphics will be publishing Liz’s online comic SACRED HEART in its entirety as a 300+ page book. SACRED HEART will join the ranks of other publications such as Ed Piskor’s Hip Hop Family Tree, Los Bros. Hernandez’s Love and Rockets, Charles Shulz’s Peanuts and a slew of other quality and award winning books.
And even though you can read the first part of SACRED HEART online, Liz will be redrawing the entire book from scratch so it’s quite an undertaking. You can read this interview on Robot6 to find out more about the book. You can also follow her on instagram, where she posts the occasional art update or process pic like these: