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Friday, April 8, 2022
art by Jeff Butler
I now have a convention sketch of my very own! One might not seem like a lot, but it's a pretty high number for someone like me who never leaves the house.
Thanks, James (and Jeff!)
Friday, October 22, 2021
No Blue and Gold comic book this week? No problem! Here's some Blue Beetle and Booster Gold fan art from DeviantArt.com to fill the hole in our lives.
Two great guys and a trio of great artists.
Monday, October 4, 2021
I really could use a good start to my week this week, so let's look at some professionally-made Booster Gold fan art to get us in the right mood!
First is a piece that Kevin Maguire created and sold for $500 on gumroad.com:
And second is this one posted by Mike McKone to Twitter.com:
Oh, yeah. I'm feeling it now. Maybe this week will be better than just good. Thanks, Booster!
Friday, August 20, 2021
Take heart, Booster boosters! Cort Carpenter has filled the gap of new Booster Gold art this week by sharing with us his latest sketchbook commissions.
By my count, Cort has now shared with us more than 67 pieces of commissioned Booster Gold art (many of which you can see larger on Cort's Twitter and imgur accounts). I don't know how he affords them all. Maybe he's a secret billionaire. All the best superheroes are, you know.
In his email, Cort teased the possibility that he may have as many as five new commissions to share with us before the end of the year. I think you'll agree that gives all Booster boosters something to look forward to.
Friday, July 30, 2021
On Wednesday, I showed you this panel created by Steve Lieber for the June 2021 issue of Teen Titans Academy #4:
Seeing that panel, Cort Carpenter realized that the Booster Gold headshot looked incredibly similar to one he had commissioned from Lieber last year (previously shared with Boosterrific.com on October 19, 2020):
They do look alike, don't they? My first impression was that Cort's commission was a study used for the new work, but closer inspection makes it clear that Lieber used his earlier black and white commission as the foundation for the new piece of digital art. Just to make it clearer, here's a gif of the two pieces overlaid:
Isn't that cool? You can even see where Lieber erased his signature when adding color. Cort's commission is now a piece of original comic art. How often does that happen?
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