“COMIC ARTIST’S PHOTO REFERENCE:
WOMEN & GIRLS”
TO DEBUT AT WIZARD WORLD PHILADELPHIA
Original Visual Reference CD-ROMs Debuted in Philly in 2002!
PARAMUS, NJ – The second book in Buddy Scalera’s photo reference series debuts at the Wizard World Philadelphia convention, six years after the first photo reference CD-ROMs debuted at the very same convention in 2002.
“Comic Artist’s Photo Reference: Women & Girls” is the eagerly awaited follow up to the original best selling pose file book by photographer Buddy Scalera, who is known among artists for his innovative CD-ROM series “Visual Reference for Comic Artists.” The new photo book is published by F+W Publishing’s IMPACT Books imprint.
The new book features 1000+ photos of female actors in superheroic action poses, inspiring artists with accurate anatomy reference. Contributors include Terry Moore, Jamal Igle, Josh Howard, and JG Jones, who painted the stunning female barbarian cover.
Fans who visit the After Hours Press booth in Philadelphia on Saturday May 31 will be able to meet author Buddy Scalera and cover model and actress Pamela Paige.
“Wizard’s Philadelphia convention is the perfect place to debut the new book, since that’s where I launched the very first demo of the photo reference CD-ROMs,” says Scalera. “Fans and artists in Philly have always been very supportive of my photo reference products.”
All of Scalera’s photo reference products will be available at the After Hours Press booth, including “Visual Reference for Comic Artist’s” Vol. 1-3 and “Comic Artist’s Photo Reference: People & Poses.” The books are available on June 2, 2008 at Barnes & Nobles, Borders, Amazon.com, Bud Plant Comic Art, and many fine comic book stores.
About After Hours Press - http://www.ahpcomics.com.
After Hours Press is a New Jersey- based comic book publisher co-created by Buddy Scalera, Darren Sanchez, and Chris Eliopoulos. Projects have included Foxwood Falcons, Necrotic: Dead Flesh on a Living Body, Celestial Alliance, Impossible Tales, Model Operandi, and 7 Days to Fame. AHP’s Foxwood Falcons was recently optioned by Tapestry Films as a motion picture property.