I only have 3 paintings left for sale on ebay, the big sale in july helped a lot of older paintings to get new homes. I also have the large Avatar painting, which is not on ebay, but whoever is interested can email me.
I've finished my cards for the Galaxy 7 cards not too long ago, in a few weeks I can post them once they've been approved. Second set I've done with acrylics on sketch cards, first Star Wars set in paint, I'm really happy how they turned out, it's not easy painting on little cards, the card stock soaks up the paint extremely fast, so I have to work extra fast when I want to work in the same layer.
But none the less, getting better with each card I paint, so that's good for future card sets.
Last weekend was F.A.C.T.S. 2011 in Ghent, Belgium. Our very own 'small' Comic Con. This was my second year going and first time having a table at the Artist Alley. I was selling my paintings and a couple of sketch cards. http://www.facts.be/
And as a bonus, there were some great guest actors, Kenny Baker, Jeremy Bulloch, Edward Furlong, Dirk Benedict and... Julian Glover and Tom Felton, two actors I thought, hey, why not make a painting and have it signed to own a unique keepsake, so I did.
Tom Felton said quote: "I've seen a lot of art and this one is fantastic! Absolutely great."
He signed it : "To Eli, Great Work Muggle!"
And of course Julian Glover, a real classic actor. He loved the painting and was pleasantly surprised. He signed it with: "To Eli, With Thanks and Admiration"
Alright, here are my latest paintings I made over the last couple of months, I do have a very large Avatar and Iron Man that I need to take a photograph of, so I'll post that in the next couple of days.
Most of them are 8"x8" and 12"x12", some are larger up to 26". Enjoy.
Okay for my next post I would like to say was privileged to be part of the exhibit Coco Moca at San Diego Comic con this summer, the art had one theme: make it about Conan O'Brien's alter ego The Flaming C, so I did, I made a 16"x16" painting of how the flaming c would look like in real life.
I send over a print to the good people of Team Coco and they framed the print up lovely (I have that frame hanging in my workshop by the way).
As you can see they displayed it right above Conan's hand.
This one I almost forgot to post, it's from the previous Marvel set, Dangerous Divas, I got 4 Artist Proofs, 2 of which I already commissioned, the other two I have started on, but don't seem to find time to finish them.