Dave Wachter is back and he brought his take on Sly from the Get Carter. I met Dave several years ago and became an instant fan. I wasn’t the only one to discover Dave’s fantastic sketches! How can you not like a great guy who is a terrific artist?
It has become a HeroesCon tradition that I get Dave to draw his take on Sly. Somehow this one was never posted until now.
You can see more of Dave’s art at his site. – Craig
Peter Simeti is a writer, artist and publisher. Peter is the founder of Alterna Comics as well as the writer of The Chair.
Peter is active on Twitter and one night I saw he was offering 5 minute sketch cards. I jumped on board for a couple. Jack Carter was the first.
Jonathon Brandon Sawyer created his take on Sly as Jack Carter teamed with Chris Mills’ and Rick Burchett’s Gravedigger McCrae. How cool is that? Very.
To check out more of JBS’ art, head here. You can follow JBS on Twitter.
Gravedigger: Hot Women , Cold Cash by Mills and Burchett gets an A+ rating and is available at the link. – Craig
Brittney Hutagalung created today’s sketch of Sly as Jack Carter. Brittney had posted some sketches of Jon Bernthal that she was taking to MegaCon. I liked “Bnie’s” art and saw that she was open for commissions so I set this one up.
Brittney’s prices are very reasonable and she gets my highest recommendation.
Manny Aguilera makes his third, but not last appearance in my Stallone Sketch Gallery with his take on Sly as Jack Carter from Get Carter.
I highly recommend Manny to sketch collectors. He’s fast, his prices are reasonable and he’s one of the genuine nice guys! – Craig
I’ve been a Christopher Mitten since I first discovered his art. When I saw Christopher was going to be at HeroesCon last year, I hoped I would be able to get a Stallone sketch from him. As you can see I was and I couldn’t be happier with it. I love the attitude and toughness Chris gave Carter.
You can see more of Chris’ art here, here, here and follow him on Twitter here.
June Vigants created the Sly as Jack Carter piece above. June was doing sketch commissions through the mail and although I’d never met her, I liked June’s art and decided to commission a few pieces. I wasn’t disappointed. This is the first with more to be posted!
You can see more of June’s art here and here.
That amazing drawing of Sly as Jack Carter was created by artist extrodinaire, Hoyt Silva. I met Hoyt at Heroes Con and set up the take home commission.
Hoyt, in addition to being an amazing artist, has great communication and packages the art securely. I highly recommend Hoyt to all sketch collectors! – Craig
Jerry Gaylord aka The Franchize returns with his take on Sly from Get Carter. Stallone purists may say, wait, he’s got the tats of Barney Ross. Ok, then for you folks, it’s Barney Ross!
Jerry is one of my favorite sketch artists. He always gives collectors more than they’re expecting and he is just plain good!
I highly recommend Jerry to all sketch collectors. He quickly responds to e-mails, his turnaround time is fast and he packages the art to ensure it arrives safely.
To check out more of Jerry’s art, head here. – Craig
Kevin Mellon created this cool piece. Sly as Jack Carter. Kevin said he gave Carter the shotgun as a nod to the original “Get Carter” starring Michael Caine.
Well played, Kevin. Well played.
If you’d like to see more of Kevin’s art you can here.