I'm a freelance comic artist and this is my blog. @RachaelAtWork
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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)

Took a 20 min break to sketch Thor. I’ve wanted to draw this design since it was revealed. It’s been haunting me with it’s gorgeousness.
kiki-cakes:

My birthday present off my sister.
I can’t believe how talented she is, designed and drawn by rachaelstott LOVEEEEEE IT!!!

My sister’s present finally arrived!

kiki-cakes:

My birthday present off my sister.

I can’t believe how talented she is, designed and drawn by rachaelstott LOVEEEEEE IT!!!

My sister’s present finally arrived!

Visited the Doctor Who set today for about 10 minutes,  in my break from painting a mural in central London.  Totally worth it as I got to see a real 3-D Capaldi fairly up close.
Today’s warm up sketch.
If..Spiderman was like a knight or something? I don’t know, there’s no logic to this. I just sketched the helmet then didn’t stop. I suppose a medieval Spiderman would have bottles and potions of things he’d invented. 
I know one thing. He aint doing much wall crawling in that get up.
Today’s warm-up sketch. Fluffy-haired Spock, from Star Trek 3.

Visited the parents over the weekend. Long story short, also saw some creepy Cybermen, an incredibly creepy Zygon, a cute K9, and the Eleventh Doctor’s tux.

Today’s warm up sketch. A young Tywin Lannister., inspired by the ‘Rains of Castamere’ song.
Twelve vs. Weeping Angels.
Sorry for the blog being so quiet, but I’m working on a face-meltingly exciting project at the minute that I can’t wait to share with everyone.  For now here’s a cheeky preview of a piece I’m working on atm in my spare time, to submit to the BBCA Doctor Who thing.
This was meant to be a picture of Michael Fassbender in the comicbook magneto costume, plus white hair.
I think that it ended up so far removed from his usual appearence that it just looks like a young magneto though.
P.S. Days of Future Past was amazing, and there were points (like the opening credits) where I was getting all emotional over the massive nostalgia factor. It’s crazy how many years have passed since X2, and yet DOFP felt like a true sequel.)
Sunday morning Spock
Things I think about when drawing Star Trek:
1.) DeForest Kelley had the same hair as a lego man.
Shulkie with John Byrne-era hair. I’ve been trying to practice superheroes recently, since I spent so much of the latter part of last year doing Doctor Who art- which lets face it is mostly skinny boys in suits.
It’s going well, I’m having such a blast thinking of who to do next.
(BTW, dream casting of Jennifer Walters- Tina Fey.)