Archive for the ‘Behind-the-Scenes’ Category
We had such excitement from our viewers when we posted Brett Parson's Alien Blast art starring our stunning space-traveler Vanessa Valentine. So here's a look at the making of that piece, from pencils to inks to final art. Thank you to artist Brett Parson for sharing!
The response to Chris Williams' Erika piece was through the roof, so we thought you guys might like to take a closer look. Here are the beautiful inks by Jake Isenberg, on top of Chris' pencils. A stunning sight to behold!
Click the image for the hi-res version, and if you missed the full-color version, see it here.
Hey there, SlickforceGirl fans. I just got this behind-the-scenes video back from our editor and couldn't wait to feature it on the blog. The video is from this year's Stan Lee's Comikaze and, as you can see, we had a total blast hanging out with all of you, and our girls made so many new friends. Looking forward to next year's convention and all the awesome adventures it will bring! Until then, enjoy this backstage-pass video featuring SlickforceGirls Brittany and Erika, as well as artist Corey Knaebel and writer Stephanie Jones.
~ Corey Stevenson
As most of you probably know by now, Stan Lee's Comikaze was a couple weeks ago at the Los Angeles Convention Center and the turnout was huge! We were lucky enough to have a booth close to the center of the convention this year so that meant a lot of foot traffic. Erika and Brittany were there signing autographs and taking pictures with fans, as well as artist Corey Knaebel.
Needless to say, the whole weekend was a blast and we have the photos to prove it. You can check out our full Comikaze 2014 cosplay and behind-the-scenes photo gallery below. Leave a comment if you stopped by the booth and let us know what you thought of everything. We can't wait to see all of you again next year!
~ Corey Stevenson
Photos courtesy of Craig's Cosplay Corral - Facebook
Melanie Iglesias is back, and this time we are raising money for Hope for the Warriors. Watch as Melanie tries to keep up with the outlandish signing requests for her "Marine Mel" posters while fighting for a good cause!
Hope for the Warriors is an amazing 4-star rated charity that aims to enhance the quality of life for post-9/11 service members, their families, and families of the fallen. We are proud to have made a donation from the Saglimbeni Store and the Melanie Iglesias Store.
Special thanks to all of YOU who ordered autographed posters and made our donation possible. We couldn't do it without you!
Want to see the making of Mel's stunning Marine Cadet poster? Click here.