Posts tagged Reilly Brown

Posted 1 month ago

Here’s a look at the cover of next week’s Deadpool: Dracula’s Gauntlet #6. Who doesn’t love to see Deadpool riding his faithful zombie dragon, Foul-cor?  
And don’t forget— Come see me later today, from 6-9, where I’ll be signing at Forbidden Planet in NYC!  More info here.

Posted 1 month ago

Thanks for all the birthday wishes, everyone!  Come see me in person tomorrow from 6-9 at Forbidden Planet in NYC, where I’ll be signing Deadpool, along with Khary Randolph of Tech Jacket (and, of course, Deadpool) and Gabe Guarente and Dave Fox of Satan’s Prep.

More info here— http://www.fpusadailyplanet.com/2014/07/25/reilly-brown-at-fp-on-august-6th/

Posted 1 month ago

Pick up some of my original art from Deadpool: Dracula’s Gauntlet, available at Anthony’s Comic Book Art!

Posted 1 month ago

Hanging out with my crew at SDCC.

Posted 1 month ago

Here’s a peek behind the curtain at how the cover of Deadpool: Dracula’s Gauntlet #3 came together, from concept to finish. 
Drawn by me, colored by Jim Charalampidis.

Starting August 4, I’ll be teaching an online course for aspiring comic artists via Andy Schmidt’s Comics Experience. 

Over the course of the six weeks, I’ll be sharing my knowledge and experience in the comics industry to teach students from the ground up.

Classes are Monday nights, starting August 4th, from 9-11pm.

For more info go here.

Be a comic book artist! Renowned comic book penciler Reilly Brown (Deadpool, Power Play, Amazing Spider-Man, Hercules) teaches you how to improve your storytelling, what the professional standards are, how to avoid common pitfalls, how to build a great cover, and strategies for breaking into the business!

You’ll complete five pages of sequential comics pages under the guidance of your instructor and you’ll get all the behind the scenes tips he can pack into six weeks.

And best of all, Comics Experience maintains a fun and creative environment built on positive reinforcement and encouragement. This is a safe place to bring your work and grow. You’ll get honest feedback meant to help move you forward.

Posted 1 month ago

Here’s my SDCC schedule

I’ve got a lot going on at SDCC this week, for anyone trying to keep up, here’s where you’ll be able to find me at the show—

Wednesday— I’ll be setting up in Artist Alley at table EE-20.  Come see me early before the con gets too crazy (and before my sketch list fills up again!).  This will be my home base when I’m not at another event.
Thursday: 12-1pm I’ll be signing at the Marvel booth.  Come see me there! 

Friday:  10-11am  I’ll be signing at the Marvel booth.

Also on Friday, at 3pm is the Deadpool Cosplay Meetup, where Gerry, Brian, Jordan, myself and a bunch of other Deadpool vets will be hanging out, and taking a big group shot with all the Deadpools, Bobs, and Shiklah’s out there.  Cable’s are also welcome! 
For more info, check Gerry’s post here.

Saturday: 4-5pm I’ll be on the panel Creative Dynamic: The Freelancer’s Guide to Building Great Business Relationships, in room 30CDE
Hosted by Andy Schmidt of Comics Experience, we’ll be talking about networking and living the freelance lifestyle.

Sunday:  11am-12pm Creating Comics the ComiXology Way, in room 24ABC.  We’ll be talking about making comics that take advantage of the digital format.  I think this is my first Comixology panel since DP: The Gauntlet came out, so I’m sure there will be new stuff to talk about since last time!

All other times I’ll be at my table in Artist Alley, EE-20.  Find me there!

Posted 2 months ago

SDCC is only a week away!  If you’re going to be there, look for me in Artist Alley at table EE-20, where I’ll be selling comics and prints and doing sketches.

I’ll also be attending a couple of panels, where I’ll be sharing my vast wisdom.

The first is Creative Dynamic: The Freelancer’s Guide to Building Great Business Relationships, Saturday, 7/26/14, 4:00p.m. - 5:00p.m., Room: 30CDE

and the second is Creating Comics the ComiXology Way, Sunday, 7/27/14, 11:00a.m. - 12:00p.m., Room: 24ABC

Hope to see you guys there!

Posted 2 months ago
Interview with Reilly Brown at Comics Experience
Here’s an interview with me at the Comics Experience blog about my upcoming Intro to Comic Book Art course that I’ll be teaching this August and September.  Slots are still available, so sign up while you have the chance!

Interview with Reilly Brown at Comics Experience

Here’s an interview with me at the Comics Experience blog about my upcoming Intro to Comic Book Art course that I’ll be teaching this August and September.  Slots are still available, so sign up while you have the chance!

Posted 2 months ago

Here’s some of my process for the second issue of Deadpool: Dracula’s Gauntlet (on sale next week!).

For anyone out there who’s interested in learning the ropes to become a comic book artist, this August and September I’ll be teaching an Intro to Comic Book Art course at Andy Schmidt’s Comics Experience.  It’s online, so no matter where you are in the world, you can tune in.  The classes will be Monday nights, from 9-11pm.
Click here for more info!

Posted 2 months ago

Introduction to Comic Book Art with Reilly Brown

This August and September, I’ll be teaching an online course for aspiring comic artists via Andy Schmidt’s Comics Experience. 

Over the course of the six weeks, I’ll be sharing my knowledge and experience in the comics industry to teach students from the ground up.

Classes are Monday nights, starting August 4th, from 9-11pm.

For those interested, there’s more info on the site here.

Be a comic book artist! Renowned comic book penciler Reilly Brown (Deadpool, Power Play, Amazing Spider-Man, Hercules) teaches you how to improve your storytelling, what the professional standards are, how to avoid common pitfalls, how to build a great cover, and strategies for breaking into the business!

You’ll complete five pages of sequential comics pages under the guidance of your instructor and you’ll get all the behind the scenes tips he can pack into six weeks.

And best of all, Comics Experience maintains a fun and creative environment built on positive reinforcement and encouragement. This is a safe place to bring your work and grow. You’ll get honest feedback meant to help move you forward.