ElfQuest co-creator Wendy Pini has donated an original piece of art to the "Inktoberfest for the Ed Asner Center Charity Auction." You can support this wonderful charity by bidding on Wendy's piece "Elders" featuring ElfQuest's core character, Cutter, Chief of the Wolfriders. The auction closes on October 28, 2021.
Years back, we began an Elfquest convention souvenir sketch book and – as you might guess – asked the artists whose work we enjoyed to render an elf. Didn’t matter in what context, in what style. Simply, draw an elf. The results, for the first time ever, are showcased here for your enjoyment.
Please enjoy (share the link to the entire gallery if you like) but don’t use these images for any other purpose, on any other web site or personal stationery or computer wallpaper or anything else.
Why is this woman grimacing? Here I am, facing every artist’s worst nightmare – a blank sheet of paper! You see, every year, I, along with many other artists, contribute a painting – done right on the spot in front of an audience – to be auctioned to benefit one of the many charities the Comic Con International contributes to. This year, the proceeds went to Handicap Services, which provided all the wheelchairs for disabled attendees, as well as interpreters for the deaf at all the panel discussions.
Elves, toys, and 40,000 or so close friends…
Cutter and Leetah visit the Warp booth…
…and are themselves visited by the Dark Lady of Blue Mountain, Winnowill!
“We all know who the REAL star of the Elfquest movie is, don’t we…” (click herefor some observations on the show from Winnowill herself!)
“And while I’m at it, Mr. Publisher, I want more pages in the comics too!”
Father and daughter.
Overview of the booths. We’re sharing space with Living Toyz, the company that is producing the toys.