I'm a freelance comic artist currently working on Star Trek/Planet of the Apes for IDW and this is my blog. @RachaelAtWork
www.rachaelstott.co.uk

Star Trek - Amok Time

aldora89:

merry-tomas:

The fight music from the Star Trek episode “Amok Time”.

Let me play you the song of my people.

Whenever I play-fight someone I sing this out loud

Very busy today, so only a very rough 15 min warm-up sketch.

Tiptons, Stott Map Out the "Star Trek/Planet Of The Apes" Crossover - Comic Book Resources

Here we see four excellent examples of why I’m a comic artist and not a photographer.

Deep Breath

Leicester Square Odeon! I am in you! This is already super excited and the episode hasn’t started yet!

I love this movie, and have a special fondness for the brilliance of this costume design in particular.

Deep Breath

Less than a week until I go to the Leicester Square showing of Deep Breath. So excited.

Today’s warm up sketch! I was doodling, then suddenly remembered that Manga studio actually has tones. I’ve never tried them so I had a little play. 
Important info: Drawing based on the promo pic of Banner in Avengers 2, and his amazing hair.

Was such a gorgeous day that I met up with my friend Faye and we had a lovely aimless wander around Hyde Park.

Didn’t need much warming up today, so just very quickly sketched a Ms.Marvel.
I’m so excited I can finally share this with people! At San Diego Comic Con yesterday IDW officially announced the comic I’m working on- a Star Trek/ Planet of the Apes crossover!
I’m doing the covers and interiors, and It’s sooooo much fun, with a really awesome script by Scott and David Tipton.
For more info it’s on a couple of comicbook news websites-
Here
and
Here
travisellisor:

Reed, Johnny, Sue and Ben, by Mike Wieringo

I don’t reblog much anymore, but I can never scroll past Mike Wieringo when he pops up on my dash. One of my all time favourite artists, and one of my biggest inspirations in terms of style and storytelling. 
His run on F4 with Mark Waid is probably my favourite run by a creative team ever?

travisellisor:

Reed, Johnny, Sue and Ben, by Mike Wieringo

I don’t reblog much anymore, but I can never scroll past Mike Wieringo when he pops up on my dash. One of my all time favourite artists, and one of my biggest inspirations in terms of style and storytelling.

His run on F4 with Mark Waid is probably my favourite run by a creative team ever?

(via themarvelageofcomics)