Wednesday, June 9, 2010

The Artificial Man

The Artificial Man
(click on the above image for a bigger view!)

Hello Pulp friends :)

I had a great time at HeroesCon this past weekend. A big thanks to all of you who stopped by to say hi and to those who grabbed a print or two or my books and sketches.

The Lovecraftiana prints and the Winged King Skull and the Dark Queen of Heart prints I brought with me at the show went SOLD OUT! :D
For those who are interested to purchase those prints online, you can email me and I will give you the paypal info (each print is $20 plus shipping)

Among several things I got at the show, I received the collected tpb of Battle Hymn, a wonderful golden-age inspired book by good friends B Clay Moore and Jeremy Haun (thanks Jeremy :)). and I couldn't help to draw one of the main characters of the book, The Artificial Man, as a quick warm-up this morning.
More on the show and hopefully some more GREAT news soon ;)


All images © 2010 Francesco Francavilla.
Battle Hymn © 2010 B Clay Moore & Jeremy Haun


Deka Black said...

Congrats1 Er.. Artificial man .., is asteampunk-like android?

Deka Black said...

Sorry for the typos. i was sneezing

Chad Carter said...

Artificial Man looks cool as a moose! You know how I feel about gas masks and goggles, FF.

Ken O said...

I love that picture! Battle Hymn was such a good book.

Jermey is way fun to hang out with too. He did this one for me a few years back at FX:

Carpincho said...

Mas que steampunk yo lo veo medio Dieselpunk, un experimento fallido en alguna camara de gas, quien sabe...

Mike said...

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Chuck Wells said...

That is an awesome illustration, Francesco. It was also terrific to meet you in Charlotte (at last) and my super-groovy Zorro commission is really the envy of my friends and family.

You more than lived up to my expectations in accomplishing the drawing.

If you get a chance, let me know if my interview questions arrived safely and email them back at your earliest convenience. Thanks, again!