Posts Tagged ‘Military’
Are you ready for more #GirlsGoneHero? Alright, we've kept you waiting long enough. Our girls are finally rested and ready for action. Airman Erika Arias is our first hero to return to the scene, and this time she's been beautifully drawn by one of our favorite artists, illustrator Chris Williams. Inked by the talented Jake Isenberg, with colors beautifully rendered by Danielle St. Pierre. We've got an exciting year ahead for the SlickforceGirls—including some much requested storyline reveals for our heroes—so be sure to add your email to our mailing list over there on the right. Click on the image below for the full HD wallpaper, and stay tuned for more! Pencils by Chris Williams - Deviant Art | Twitter Inks by Jake Isenberg - Deviant Art | Facebook Colors by Danielle St. Pierre - Deviant Art
Commander Brittany made quite a splash when touched down at Stan Lee's Comikaze last year. So what better way for her to crash into 2015 than with some beautiful new art? This stunning piece comes to us from illustrator Chris Williams and colorist Ula Mos. Click the image to download the HD version! Pencils by Chris Williams - Deviant Art | Twitter Inks and colors by Ula Mos - Deviant Art | Facebook
As we get ready to celebrate Thanksgiving, we want to give thanks to all of you for your incredible support over the years. We received so much positive response to the Commander Brittany cover both on our social media and in person at Comikaze, that we've decided to post the gorgeous original pencil work by artist Corey Knaebel. If you missed the mailer announcement, you can still pick up your Comikaze Exclusive Commander Brittany and Airman Erika illustrated posters in the SaglimbenStore. And because it's Black Friday weekend, ALL SlickforceGirl items are 30% off now thru Monday right here. With our fearless heroes, our team of stellar artists and incredible fans like you, we're excited to kick SlickforceGirl up another level next year with some surprises that we'll reveal shortly after the New Year. Wishing you and your loved ones a very Happy Thanksgiving. Commander Brittany and the rest of the Girls salute you! Pencils by Corey Knaebel - Deviant Art | Website | Facebook
We had such a blast at Stan Lee's Comikaze this weekend. Pics and video are on the way soon. In the meantime, grab these stunning Comikaze Exclusive Airman Erika and Commander Brittany posters by artists Corey Knaebel and Ula Mos at the SlickforceGirl store. Pencils by Corey Knaebel - Deviant Art | Website | Facebook Inks and colors by Ula Mos - Deviant Art | 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.
Naval Commander Brittany has always been a badass. During our live-action shoot, our good friend & model Brittany Dailey brought the perfect combination of fearless hero and sexy swag to the character. Lucky for us, artists Corey Knaebel and Ula Mos were able to capture that swag in cartoon form. In this beautiful faux cover, Brit returns to base to recharge—and accept a little adoration from her fellow warriors. BREAKING NEWS: Model Brittany Dailey will be joining us at our SlickforceGirl booth at Stan Lee's Comikaze Oct 31-Nov 2, signing this limited edition poster, along with artist Corey Knaebel. Be sure to come by and see us! In case you missed it, here's a lookback at the making of Brittany's shoot below! Pencils by Corey Knaebel - Deviant Art | Website | Facebook Inks and colors by Ula Mos - Deviant Art | Facebook