craziest thing i've ever seen
SDCC 2011: Batman...with a Broom
This just became my favourite video you guys did this year. Also, of course Batman would hit people in the face with a broom, he's BATMAN. So, yeah, I had a clear favourite. Also, loved seeing how they all went about sketching their lines differently, that was awesome stuff.
so I have never been to a comic convention though I plan to attend one next year. How hard is it to get drawings like this from artists? Is it a fairly quick process? And do they charge money (because for such great work they have the right to obviously). Just wondering and awesome video! Some amazing artwork from amazing artists.
@Sammo21: It depends on the artist. Some will put you on a list and ask you to return later. Others will do them on the spot until they have to go to a panel or signing. Most charge money (it's how they make money and they need to pay $$ for their table in Artist Alley, it's not free). Some artist do free head sketches. It all depends. And obviously you'd have better luck at smaller conventions. But all the artists I've talked to are super cool. Artist Alley is one of my favorites spots at Comic-Con since you get to just talk to them.
@G-Man: OK cool, thanks for responding! I will keep that in mind. I figured they did charge something (as I said they have a right to) as it pays for them and helps them keep doing stuff like that. I need to figure out what are good conventions to go to in the South East US other than Dragon Con. Many artists I love to meet never seem to be around here.
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