Just a quick note to announce that I’m accepting commissions again. As proof, here’s a basic price list (gray tones also available, as are full-pencil renderings and color)……along with two recent commissions (the ones I can post here, that is): a Spider Gwen, and a Velma. I’ve always liked Velma, but not being a very comics-literate guy (I know, go figure), this is the first I’ve ever heard of Spider Gwen. Most superhero costumes look silly to me, but this one seems more practical. If you’re gonna dress up and fight crime, this is a pretty cool look. (I also like that she carries a backpack. I mean, you’re gonna need stuff out there, right?) As for Velma…smart and cute? What more could you want?
Okay, so you know how you’ve all been complaining that there just aren’t enough places to buy my work? No? Well, here’s another one anyway. On June 20th, EHAG is running a 24-hour Midsummer Night’s Scream Sale, from dawn till dusk. Grayson Fogg will be offering several pieces at reduced prices, and I, myself, will have two brand new, never-before-seen pieces for sale. Here’s a couple of teasers of the latter. Remember, that’s the 20th, at http://ehagemporium.blogspot.com/
Grayson Fogg has just added three new pieces to his line of smaller, more affordable spooky art, available at https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheAutumnlands …
I recently added a cover image of my witch character (from years ago), Deja Vu, from the comic of the same name, to the work I have available through Fine Art America ( http://fineartamerica.com/featured/flying-high-richard-moore.html ). While I was looking for some unrelated artwork (I know it’s hard to imagine a disorganized artist, but trust me, I’m good at it), I happened upon some very early character designs for Deja. I was obviously very influenced by Disney and other animated films at the time (look at that face! jeez!), and envisioned the books to feature lots of cool, fluid flying scenes. It wound up being much more quirky and gritty, and obviously the design changed a lot. But shape-shifting familiar ‘Wulf is probably relieved that we never got to see him in his poodle form.
I just uploaded another piece at Fine Art America (http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/5-richard-moore.html), making prints available. It’s actually an older piece, but it’s always been one of my favorites. It shows an early use of the woman-with-unusual-partner dynamic that seems to crop up a lot in my work, including my comic and other writing.