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Friday, August 19, 2011

ARTIFACTS #9 ARTWORK AVAILABLE!



All of the artwork from my first issue of Artifacts is now available from Cadence Comic Art!

I'm really proud of my work on this issue.  It's probably my most epic work to date.

If you're interested in any of the pages, check out the following link.

http://cadencecomicart.com/artist.php?artist=25

And if you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact Paolo over at Cadence.  He'll get back with you right away and can answer any questions you might have.

ALSO, be sure to check out the rest of my work from Detective Comics, Arkham Reborn, Gotham City Sirens, and other projects on the Cadence site.

 
UPDATE!!  Paolo is offering free US shipping and discounted international shipping right now!


Thanks!
-Jeremy @ 4:27 PM 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “ARTIFACTS #9 ARTWORK AVAILABLE!”

  1. Nightcraws said:
    Very interesting first issue from you. I'm curious how you felt having to do the very intimate scene between Jackie and Sara in the issue? Very different from your work on Berserker where you basically had guys ripping each other in half and also obviously quite different from the superhero work you've done.

     

  2. Jeremy Haun said:
    Thanks, Paul. It was interesting drawing such a "charged" scene. I really wanted to stay true to what it was. There was a LOT of baggage that came with that moment. It's something that's been building for years now. I love the idea that it was something that Sara really instigated. She was really the dominant one in the scene. I wanted to play that up. It was tricky to walk the line with the intensity. You show too much, it can go a bit too far. You don't show enough it's kind of a cheat. I really hope it works. It was definitely a learning experience. That's really the name of the game, in the end. Growing as a storyteller. I'm pretty happy with the outcome.

     

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