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elizabeth ann dismang breitweiser:
color artist, cat herder, art lover, sharp shooter and 1/2 of Breitweiser Haus, a full service illustration company.
steveepting:

VELVET #4, page 6 Colors by Elizabeth Breitweiser

steveepting:

VELVET #4, page 6
Colors by Elizabeth Breitweiser

Hello! I’m finally ready to share some exciting news with all 5 of you who follow my career (hey, mom!). I have partnered up with writer Robert Kirkman (creator of The Walking Dead) and illustrator Paul Azaceta as the color artist on their new horror series, Outcast. Here’s our cover for #1. Be sure to keep an eye out for it this June! The first issue will be a whopping double-sized 44 pages for the regular price of $2.99. Can’t beat that.

Hello! I’m finally ready to share some exciting news with all 5 of you who follow my career (hey, mom!). I have partnered up with writer Robert Kirkman (creator of The Walking Dead) and illustrator Paul Azaceta as the color artist on their new horror series, Outcast. Here’s our cover for #1. Be sure to keep an eye out for it this June! The first issue will be a whopping double-sized 44 pages for the regular price of $2.99. Can’t beat that.

breitweiser:

It’s #coloristappreciationday, so I’ve posted 5 great reasons to admire the tremendously beautiful and talented @Bettieb!

Thanks love! and happy Colorist Appreciation Day to all of my brilliant color comrades out there.

It’s Colorist Appreciation Day 2014! — The Beat

wearewriteclub:

Colourist Appreciation Day started last year, essentially, from the mind of Jordie Bellaire – who subsequently spent the rest of the year becoming one of the most famous and well-known colourists in comics. In celebration of the anniversary, I’ve compiled a short list of prominent and brilliant comic colorists – who they are, where you can find them, and where you can find out MORE about them.

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Bettie Breitweiser Ladies & Gentlemen

chrissamnee:

buckcap:

Captain America and Bucky #620

Can we take a moment to appreciate the fact that Bucky has been fighting over redheads since he was fifteen?

Gosh. I’m still in love with Bettie Breitweiser’s colors on this. She really made this stuff come alive :)

(Source: buckcap)

funeral-wreaths:

Details of Pre-Raphaelite paintings in the Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DA (own photos)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Water Willow, 1871
John Everett Millais,
The Highland Lassie, 1854
Dante Gabriel Rossetti,
Veronica Veronese, 1872
Charles Fairfax Murray,
Beata Beatrix (replica after D.G. Rossetti), 1889
Dante Gabriel Rossetti,
Lady Lilith, 1866-68 (altered 1872-73)
Edward Burne-Jones,
The Council Chamber, 1872
Edward Burne-Jones, Cupid’s Hunting Fields, 1880
Dante Gabriel Rossetti, La Bella Mano, 1874-75
Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Mnemosyne, 1875-81
Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Mary Magdalene, 1877

brown bag special. #chumstagram

brown bag special. #chumstagram

talkingwithtim:

O’Shea’s Offhand Opinions 2013.3
When I revived my reviewing vehicle O’Shea’s Offhand Opinions, it was partially with the hope to periodically do quick, drive-by takes on comics. This third installment is my first brief review.
Velvet #1 (Brubaker/Epting/Breitweiser): Writer Ed Brubaker and artist Steve Epting are at their best doing period pieces. So to find them hard at work on this late 1960s/early 1970s spy mystery is to find them in their element. However what makes this series a must-read for me is the work of colorist Elizabeth Breitweiser. Her distinctive coloring style makes the comic rise above all others I have read recently. Her name should be on the cover with Brubaker and Epting.
I give this issue a 9/10 rating. (10 being best)

talkingwithtim:

O’Shea’s Offhand Opinions 2013.3

When I revived my reviewing vehicle O’Shea’s Offhand Opinions, it was partially with the hope to periodically do quick, drive-by takes on comics. This third installment is my first brief review.

Velvet #1 (Brubaker/Epting/Breitweiser): Writer Ed Brubaker and artist Steve Epting are at their best doing period pieces. So to find them hard at work on this late 1960s/early 1970s spy mystery is to find them in their element. However what makes this series a must-read for me is the work of colorist Elizabeth Breitweiser. Her distinctive coloring style makes the comic rise above all others I have read recently. Her name should be on the cover with Brubaker and Epting.

I give this issue a 9/10 rating. (10 being best)