March 28, 2013
I will be attending the 2013 C2E2, which will be held in Chicago April 26-28 (http://www.c2e2.com/Home/). As I did last year, I’m taking a limited amount of pre-convention sketches. All drawings will be on 2-ply bristol–either in ink or pencil. Prices are as follows:
Detailed head/bust: $60
Full-figure, minimal background: $125
Two figures: $250
If you have a special request, we can negotiate a price.
To get on the list, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Advance payment is required via Paypal.
Our online comic site, Thrillbent.com, will have space at the show. I’ll also be at the Hero Initiative table on Friday from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm. You can catch me at one of those two places, or we can make arrangements so I can give you your sketch. Please only order a sketch if you are planning on attending C2E2.
Thanks, and see you at the show!
April 9, 2012
Just a quick note to say that I’ll be at C2E2 this weekend, April 13-15 2012. I’ll be at Artists’ Alley location D21. My co-conspirator in our #projectsecret–Mark Waid–promises to be there as well. Attend our Friday night panel (7:45 p.m.–8:45 p.m.) where we announce the details and show exclusive artwork (artwork colored by our incredible partner, Nolan Woodard).
I will be doing some sketching. All sketches will be on 9×12 paper–pencil or inks. Prices as follows:
If you want to get on the “pre-convention” list and assure yourself a drawing, you can email me at email@example.com and reserve a drawing.
On Saturday, April 14, all money I take in for onsite sketching will be donated to the Hero Initiative. The Hero Initiative helps out with comic professionals that are in need. It’s a worthy cause.
See you in Chicago!
December 20, 2011
Already posted this on twitter. Taking some suggestions from @divaLea–darkened rock in front. Also, thinned out Grundy’s face a bit.
Drawn on a Cintiq with Photoshop.
November 12, 2011
I’ve already posted this on twitter, but here it is for the blog.
November 3, 2011
Here’s a quick drawing of Wonder Woman. I really should draw her more often.
November 3, 2011
Like so many of us who started blogs, I have let it fall to the wayside. I hope to be back on a semi-regular basis–time allowing.
In the meantime, I’ll post some of the illustrations that I’ve included on my twitter site ( you can follow me at @petergkrause).
June 1, 2010
For the first time in years, I’ll be attending an out-of-town comic convention when I travel to Charlotte, N.C. this weekend. HeroesCon will run from Friday, June 4 to Sunday, June 6.
I will be drawing a LIMITED amount of sketches. There are many people I have not seen in years, and I like to mingle a bit. I also want to attend some of the panels. So, I will not be drawing during the whole convention.
If you’d like a drawing from me, the cost will be $60 for a single character–$80 for two characters. The drawings will be 9″ x 12″, cash only. The drawings will be either tight pencils or marker–your choice. I will take orders for as many as I can finish for the day. There will be a new list on each day of the convention, so catch me early if you’d like a drawing. The best place to find me will be at the BOOM! Studios booths (booths #513 and 514).
There is one other option to obtain a drawing, and it’s a bit cheaper as well. On Friday, June 4 from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., I will be sketching at the Hero Initiative booths (booths 400-B and 400-C). The Hero Initiative is a wonderful charity that grants aid to comic creators that have fallen on hard times. I will be drawing head shots only, but the cost will be a mere $20. All proceeds go to the Hero Initiative.
I’m looking forward to seeing everyone. Please stop by and say hello!
March 9, 2010
One of the most enjoyable series of graphic novels I’ve read is Bryan Lee O’Malley’s “Scott Pilgrim”. Scott is an early-twenties slacker, undergoing an unusual travail to win the heart of the lovely Ramona. There are five GNs out now, with a sixth on the way. There will also be a movie starring Michael Cera.
O’Malley draws the books in a broad, manga-influenced style. Here’s my interpretation of the hero.
March 5, 2010
Back after a long absence.
There’s a break in my comic book schedule, so more drawings and ramblings are forthcoming.
Thanks to twitter user @ryanoneil for today’s subject. It’s Wally, in his Kid Flash outfit. Yes, he does have Bart’s hairstyle–but I think if Nick Cardy and Bob Haney were doing the Teen Titans today, this is how Wally might look.
If you haven’t checked out the original Teen Titans–before Marv and George did their marvelous work with the characters–it’s well worth the effort. Cardy’s inks are luscious, and Haney’s stories are outrageous! All part of the fun…
March 31, 2009
Tim O’Shea has posted an interview with me on the Robot 6 blog at Comic Book Resources. We’re discussing my return to monthly comics with the publication of “Irredeemable” from BOOM! Studios
You can read it