“Today, in our field, there is so much talent and recognition that we are reaching a saturation point. An artist should no longer strive only for breathtaking craftsmanship; he should, instead, try to help us live better, either by dressing the wounds that are constantly being opened by society, or by offering solutions to get us out of the mess we’re in…But it’s going to be difficult and we have a lot of work to do.” - Jean 'Moebius' Giraud

Monday, November 23, 2009

SHAZAM... AGAIN!_commission


More often than not, the U.S. Post will come through. Through rain and sleet and snow and the rest of their company's mantra, they'll deliver when they say they will.

But... BUT... there's the off chance that there is a freak snow storm, or a flash flooding, or even an unscheduled Kaiju monster attack will happen and it will throw the whole thing off kilter.

And so, the forces of whatever worked against the original version of this CAPTAIN MARVEL piece (which was sent out months ago) and it has inexplicably - much like Marshall, Will and Holly - went on a not-so-routine expedition and has landed itself in the mysterious Land Of The Lost.

My apologies to the original buyer of the piece. I'm positive that Jason sent the image as securely and quickly as he could, but unfortunately things just happen and there's just no way to tell when and where things will get lost in the mail regardless of how much tracking and insurance you put on it. I hope this will more than make up for the lost image and just as soon as I make it back home, this new image will be on its way to you. Thanks again for your understanding and patience.

12 comments:

elji said...

I love your works!! they're amazing

robi pena said...

Amazing works Eric :-)) love it!!! Congratulations!!!

Brian said...

Why I always buy the insurance when mailing art.

Alex-Triedro said...

Woaahh, your work is... ¡¡¡WOAAAHHH!!!
Thanks for this blog.

(sorry, I´m from Spain and my english is very poor XDD)

naomiful said...

happy drawings aren't my cup o' tea but the previous post with the book plates are pretty joosy, mann

I *almost want to draw a motorcycle

Jelter said...

Great sketch, I like the expression.

Heix said...

love your style, very cool

BROCASSO said...

Do you usually do these at the beginning or the end of your day?

Cause as it is you have the drawing stamina of a Kenyan!

I don't know where you find the time to be so dam productive.

awesome work.

Pater said...

amazing art!

Luispa Salmon said...

Hi Eric!!...AMAZING blog...you're definitely not human

Julia Bax said...

Gorgeous work as usual!!!

Marcos Mateu said...

Such dynamic ink work!