LULU Original Art Pages 1-11 (and More) Now Up For Sale!
Attention LULU fans, comics art collectors, insane perverts, and art lovers of all kinds!
Due to space and need-of-money issues, I have put (at this writing) the cover illustration for THIS SICKNESS #7 (Lulu On The Ladder) and the first eleven pages of original pencil art for LULU, published last year in THIS SICKNESS #6, up for you to buy, own, and love. They're up for auction--at, for original comics art pages(which in the age of digital are becoming rarer all the time) a reasonable price--on Ebay. As well as two original Vladrushka pinups you know well, "Encourage Literacy" and "Orgasm(1)." Something that you can never reproduce digitally: an original piece hanging on your wall! See image samples below.
Because convenience is our god, I also offer Buy It Now so you can get a jump on the bidding competition. And for BIN customers, a special offer: free shipping(for US customers only, obviously) on each art piece, plus a printed version of the final page as digitally inked, lettered and greyed!
As well as a bunch of other comics and magazines(including more classic NATIONAL LAMPOONs) from my collection which is now far larger than I need, all of which you can see here! I also consolidate shipping, so feel free to get yourself many cool things at once. More art pages coming soon, both from LULU and other works, including Story of OH!
Click to see larger versions in the listings! And by the way, pretty much all my art--since once I scan it, I don't need the page for work purposes--is available for sale even if I don't have it listed, and I accept Paypal.
So if there's anything you're interested in owning, write me at john(dot)roberson(at)gmail(dot)com, and if it hasn't yet been sold(a number already have been, like this LULU drawing recently), I'll be happy to provide it! I also do commissions, quite happily, and quite speedily.
"Eternity with Beelzebub, and all his hellish instruments of death, will be a picnic compared to five minutes with me and this pencil." - E. Blackadder, 1791 Questionable
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