Compared to other conventions, the Artist Alley at San Diego Comic Con is pretty small. This may be because a lot of artists are featured at larger booths, or because they have their own comics to sell and choose a small press table. It’s less intimidating going through a smaller artist alley, for sure, but I still like to know about the artists before I go. Think of these posts as my way of making a list of tables I want to visit on Wednesday night. Rhiannon Owens’ is one I’m stopping by for sure.
What drew (ha!) me in was this Wonder Woman Rhiannon posted on her Instagram. Phwoar.
Annnnnnnd she’s colored. Thanks to my buddy, Splash for doing this 🙂 I’ll have prints of this @comic_con in Artist’s Alley table FF-03 🙂 #wonderwoman #wonderwomanmovie #dccomics #wonderwomanfans #wonderwomancomics #comicconinternational #comiccon2017 #comiccon #sdcc17 #sdcc #digitalart #traditionalart #womenincomics #womenofthedcu #justiceleague #justiceleaguemovie #jla #comicbookwomen #superhero #sandiegocomiccon #comicart #fanart #womenempowerment #amazon #themyscira #dianaprince #RhiannonOwens
Isn’t that incredible? Just gorgeous. Scroll through her feed, or through her Twitter, and you’ll see other artwork she’s done that is similarly stunning. Female characters drawn by female artists is 100% our jam.
Rhiannon will be at table FF-03 in Artist Alley. If you’re around, stop by and pick up a print.
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