Finding past Valiant artists

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thanks, for the links...now..to spend money..lol.
thanks
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Andrew Wendel wrote:I've played guitar for 27 years. I've got 21 guitars - really into Fender Telecasters, Jaguars, Jazzmasters, older Gretsches and Gibsons, and I've put together acouple custom ones myself. I play in NY with a surf band called the Sea Devils (just reformed after a 2-year hiatus and a spell as The Shinto Kings) and with a great songwriter named LJ Murphy (http://ljmurphy.com). I'm also a producer/engineer with my own analog studio. I just did a French-only 10" vinyl release for the Fleshtones and have done a number of albums for NY groups that are too lazy to get label distribution. I hope to become affiliated with Strummerville, the UK-based foundation in memory of Joe Strummer, and record punk bands for nothing (well, for a tax write-off) as part of their plan to offer struggling musicians a leg up.
Art pays the bills, but music is too much fun to give up. (Ask Mike Cavallero about the last time I saw him at Coyote studios in Williamsburg with his green Gretsch Tenneseean... he's a rocker himself, and a lot more high-profile than I am)
Are there enough plugs and brand-name references in this post for everybody?
Dude - great meeting you in NYC this past April. x-omatic likes the sketch of Master Darque you did for the "jam piece" I got him!!!

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Re: Andrew Wendel here

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Andrew Wendel wrote:I just found out about this site today from Sean Chen. Just wanted to let everyone know that I'm still out there, still drawing, and planning a return to the field soon, possibly with a creator-owned property. I also have a LOT of old pages from the thirty or so books that I penciled and/or inked while at VALIANT, and most are definitely for sale (but NOT the Giordano-inked Bloodshot cover, or the Ralph Reese-inked Magnus cover, or anything inked by Rudy Nebres).
I'm willing to do commissions too - I need extra money to feed my musical instrument addiction.
Nice !!!

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Re: Andrew Wendel here

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siren3-4 wrote:
Andrew Wendel wrote:I just found out about this site today from Sean Chen. Just wanted to let everyone know that I'm still out there, still drawing, and planning a return to the field soon, possibly with a creator-owned property. I also have a LOT of old pages from the thirty or so books that I penciled and/or inked while at VALIANT, and most are definitely for sale (but NOT the Giordano-inked Bloodshot cover, or the Ralph Reese-inked Magnus cover, or anything inked by Rudy Nebres).
I'm willing to do commissions too - I need extra money to feed my musical instrument addiction.
Nice !!!

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whoops . . .old thread . . . :oops:

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Hahahaha.....

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Daniel Jackson wrote:Hahahaha.....
. . . I hope you're laughing with me . . . .

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siren3-4 wrote:
Daniel Jackson wrote:Hahahaha.....
. . . I hope you're laughing with me . . . .

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Um..yeah, that's the ticket....

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Daniel Jackson wrote:
siren3-4 wrote:
Daniel Jackson wrote:Hahahaha.....
. . . I hope you're laughing with me . . . .

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Um..yeah, that's the ticket....
Little bit of a delay in your response there . . . . I felt like I had a brain fart reading this . . . :)

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siren3-4 wrote:
Daniel Jackson wrote:
siren3-4 wrote:
Daniel Jackson wrote:Hahahaha.....
. . . I hope you're laughing with me . . . .

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Um..yeah, that's the ticket....
Little bit of a delay in your response there . . . . I felt like I had a brain fart reading this . . . :)
Man, you've been stewing over that for a month?

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Daniel Jackson wrote:
siren3-4 wrote:
Daniel Jackson wrote:
siren3-4 wrote:
Daniel Jackson wrote:Hahahaha.....
. . . I hope you're laughing with me . . . .

Image
Um..yeah, that's the ticket....
Little bit of a delay in your response there . . . . I felt like I had a brain fart reading this . . . :)
Man, you've been stewing over that for a month?
I had forgotten all about it . . . . so when I read it . . . a little piece of brain fell out of my ear . . .


Lucky for me I have a dog . . . when stuff like that happens . . . no clean up . . .

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siren3-4 wrote:
Daniel Jackson wrote:
siren3-4 wrote:
Daniel Jackson wrote:
siren3-4 wrote:
Daniel Jackson wrote:Hahahaha.....
. . . I hope you're laughing with me . . . .

Image
Um..yeah, that's the ticket....
Little bit of a delay in your response there . . . . I felt like I had a brain fart reading this . . . :)
Man, you've been stewing over that for a month?
I had forgotten all about it . . . . so when I read it . . . a little piece of brain fell out of my ear . . .


Lucky for me I have a dog . . . when stuff like that happens . . . no clean up . . .
Yeah, dogs are good for stuff like that.

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That poor dog...



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every time I hear "poor dog" I can't help but recall the scene in Coming to America where they see the chalk outline of a dog next to the chalk outline of its owner-a blind mand-and the superintendnt says "it's a shame what they did to that dog"

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Does anyone know of past valiant or accliam writers, artists, colourists, inkers etc that live in the UK?.

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Phantom wrote:Does anyone know of past valiant or accliam writers, artists, colourists, inkers etc that live in the UK?.
Abnett & Lanning, perhaps?

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Phantom wrote:Does anyone know of past valiant or accliam writers, artists, colourists, inkers etc that live in the UK?.
BWS?

:D



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slym2none wrote:
Phantom wrote:Does anyone know of past valiant or accliam writers, artists, colourists, inkers etc that live in the UK?.
BWS?

:D



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NYC for BWS

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dellamorte wrote:
slym2none wrote:
Phantom wrote:Does anyone know of past valiant or accliam writers, artists, colourists, inkers etc that live in the UK?.
BWS?

:D



-slym (or does he live in the US now?)
NYC for BWS
Gotcha... now to figure out how to get him to sign 60 copies of A&A #0 for that board pro..... er, I mean, never mind.

:twisted: :lol: :D



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Go to hell.






















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BodaZoffa wrote:Does anyone have a link to Mike Leeke's site, or know of a way to contact him for a commission? I can't find this guy anywhere.


Boda
???

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BloodOfHeroes wrote:
Phantom wrote:Does anyone know of past valiant or accliam writers, artists, colourists, inkers etc that live in the UK?.
Abnett & Lanning, perhaps?
Thanks for the info :thumb:
new at this, so how do i contact them?


nb~ saw clive james walking near my house, i should of said somethimg :!: he is so cool. Next time it see Steve Halkins i am going to give him a high five.

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the internet is great.
Made contact already :thumb:

awaiting reply 8-)

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Jay Tomio wrote:Really getting kind of frustrated at a (well, former) VALIANT artist transaction right now.
:hm:

I have a guess as to who you may be referring to, based on what you've been looking to collect lately, but I'll keep it to myself. :|

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Re: Finding past Valiant artists

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What is it? By who?
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Re: Finding past Valiant artists

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Does anyone know the contact info for Ted Halsted? I know he is on LinkedIn but was unable to get touch with him. Really enjoyed his art on EW.


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