Friday, November 3, 2017

Inktober 2017 - German comic characters

Inktober is a challenge to draw one ink sketch for every day of October and share them on the web. I decided to participate once again this year and picked "German comic characters" as my topic.

Over the last month, I drew these 31 sketches of characters from German comic classics, mangas, graphic novels, and indie comics:



For the full gallery including comic titles, check out my Facebook album!

I also posted all of them on my Instagram and as a collection at MyComics.de.

Have a look at my INKTOBER 2015 & INKTOBER 2016!

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Radio Nukular Tour Merch

The Radio Nukular live tour is beginning today, and in addition to my official tour poster, I got to illustrate some other tour merch.

Firstly, I drew this poster, an homage to that first Star Wars: Episode I teaser poster (you know, from back when we all thought the movie was gonna be totally awesome):


And then I also made this simplified vector version of my tour poster, which you can get on a t-shirt:



Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Fuck Yeah! 2018 Calendar

The new "Fuck Yeah 2018" calendars are here! I drew this illustration in collaboration with Sascha Gallion (top part: him, bottom part: me):



"Fuck Yeah 2018" is a weekly calendar with illustrations by 60+ German comic artists and illustrators. The cover is by Sarah Stowasser and the whole project was organized by Schlogger. You can order them now at KWIMBI. I don't have any extra copies this year, but lots of the other artists do. Tell them if you want one!

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Trek & Gold

My podcast Dreck & Gold has been on break for a couple of months, but now that there's a new Star Trek show, I just had to reactivate it. Eve Jay & I have already recorded two episodes of "Trek & Gold", in which we discuss the first three installments of Star Trek: Discovery in great depth & detail.

Give it a listen HERE, subscribe on iTunes, and check out our new cover illustration:


Monday, October 2, 2017

Facebook page & comic panel

I now have my own official artist page on Facebook: Adrian vom Baur - Comics & Illustration

Please like/follow the page if you want to always see my stuff as soon as it comes out! I'm also posting all of my new Inktober drawings there.

To kick things off, I've shared a panel from an upcoming comic of mine:


Thursday, September 7, 2017

Cover for Radio Nukular #62

Last week I got to draw another cover for popular German nostalgia podcast Radio Nukular. Check it out:


Check out the corresponding podcast episode, which is all about books, HERE!

Monday, September 4, 2017

Airport illustrations

Some illustrations I drew for a magazine last year that didn't end up being used in this form:





As you may be able to tell, these are supposed to be anthropomorphized versions of the Berlin (Tegel) and Munich (Franz-Josef Strauß) airports.

I've also added these to my recently-expanded Behance portfolio. Have a look!

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Radio Nukular tour poster

The guys from popular German 80s/90s nostalgia podcast Radio Nukular recently asked me to design/illustrate their new tour poster. It's inspired by old Bud Spencer/Terence Hill movie posters and was a lot of fun to do!


And here's the line art/scribble:


Dinner of Death (German version)

The German (well, partly German) version of my 24h comic from 2015 is now available for free at MyComics.de. Click on the first page to read the entire 20-page comic:

The all-English version is still AVAILABLE ON TAPAS.

If you like the comic, please VOTE FOR IT HERE in the MyComics.de contest. For another 2 weeks or so, you can cast a vote once every 24 hours. Thanks to everyone who already voted and please keep it up!

Monday, June 26, 2017

Radio Nukular T-Shirt

I drew this t-shirt illustration for popular German nostalgia podcast Radio Nukular. It shows the three hosts of the show and some of the pop culture figures they regularly make fun of. Do you recognize them all?



Order this shirt right here!

Originally, there was supposed to be one more character on the shirt, as you can see in these character design scribbles: