Posts Tagged ‘commission’


Dead Tired!

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

FRANK CHO Batman and Poison Ivy
FRANK CHO – Batman and Poison Ivy – click to enlarge

I’m still recovering from the Toronto Comicon trip. It’s unbelievable how much work piles up in such a short time.

Art of the day:
Batman and Poison Ivy commission I drew at the convention in Toronto.

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Frank Cho

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Rogue Sketch

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

Frank Cho Rogue sketch
– FRANK CHO : Savage Land Rogue sketch – click to view full image –

After a year of constant Marvel work, 7 days a week, it’s nice to just sit back, relax and work on my personal projects. Nothing major to report after the canceled Boston Comic Con. I actually manage just sit back and watched a movie on Netflix today. (A Korean action thriller, A Man From No Where. Those knife fights were something else.)

I’ve also been polishing up the Boston Comic Con commissions for fun. These were commissions that I did at Boston Comic Con but since the show was canceled, the fans couldn’t pick them up. So I’m holding them until they can pick’em up at later shows.

Here is the Savage Land Rogue that I finished at the hotel bar in Boston. That was a fun night just sitting and drawing with Tony Daniel and Nick Bradshaw.

That’s it for now. I’m gonna go catch another movie and enjoy the afternoon.

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Frank Cho

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Preparing for Baltimore Comic-Con

Thursday, August 29th, 2013

Scarlet-Witch Harry-Potter convention commission Frank Cho
– FRANK CHO: Scarlet Witch Harry Potter convention commission –

Baltimore Comic-Con is just around the corner. (September 7-8) And I’ve been steadily preparing for the show. It’s my hometown show and one of the biggest and best show in the country.

I just started working on the commissions and preparing for my annual Post-Baltimore Comic-Con cookout at my house Sunday night. (September 8)

Things are pretty hectic here and I still have lot of things to do, so I’m going to cut it short.

Here is the Scarlet Witch commission that I did for the original Boston Comic-Con which the buyer couldn’t pick up due to the unfortunate Boston bombing cancellation of the show. Hopefully he can come down and pick it up at Baltimore Comic-Con.

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FRANK CHO

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