HEROES COMIC CONVENTION 1993 (11-13 June 1993), Charlotte, North Carolina

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HEROES CONVENTION CHARLOTTE 1993
11-13 June 1993
Charlotte Convention Center
www.heroesonline.com


Guests includes: George Pérez
Information and scan cyberpunk12

 

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    HEROES COMIC CONVENTION 1993 (11-12 June 1993), Charlotte, North Carolina


    News: Scarlet Witch Sketch From 1993

    March 12, 2005 04:56 pm
     From www.statueforum.com
    George Perez
    posted 03-07-2005, 01:46 PM by cyberpunk12
    SCARLET WITCH
    (Jun 1993), art by George Pérez/Wade Von Grawbadger at HEROES CONVENTION 1993. Commissioned by cyberpunk12
    I managed to get a Perez sketch several years ago at the Heroes Convention in Charlotte, NC, when I just happened to be in the right place at the right time. Again, he was sketching for a local charity (children with burn injuries, I believe) and it was announced during the show. A full figure pencil sketch was $50 and he was swarmed with requests. I was one of the first few people in line and commissioned him to draw the Scarlet Witch.

    I forget how much, but it seems he was charging $25 more to have it inked. Since he was so swamped and was having to rush a bit to meet demand, I opted to have another inker handle the sketch... Wade Von Grawbadger. The pencils were a bit rough, so some of its patented Perez-ish facial qualities were lost in the inking... but it's still a fave. I'll post a pic later.

    George Perez has to be one of the best in the biz when it comes to charity work. He used to be a staple at the Heroes shows, but hasn't made it in recent years. He's a great guy, always friendly, and one of the most talented artists to ever work in comics.


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