Monday MADness: MAD Sketch Covers!
1 month ago - By Tom Richmond
Okay these are not really from MAD. They are a bunch of MAD sketch covers I did for my “Virtual Artist's Alley” table I have been doing in lieu of actual comic-cons, which of course are not happening right now. If you like these my next virtual artists alley event will likely be in March. BTW these are all done using brush pens and Copic markers.
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