Friday, December 31, 2010

Juha Niemelä covers Maus


Original cover by Art Spiegelman; Pantheon Books 1986. Juha Niemelä's website is here.

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Monday, December 27, 2010

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Derek Marks covers Dazzler 20


Original cover by John Romita, Jr and John Romita; Marvel 1982. Derek Marks' website is here.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Sean Hartter covers Star Wars 36


Original cover by Carmine Infantino and Bob Wiacek; Marvel 1980. Sean Hartter's website is here.

Monday, December 20, 2010

Friday, December 17, 2010

Paul Abbamondi covers Uncanny X-Men 141


 Original cover by John Byrne and Terry Austin; Marvel 1981. Paul Abbamondi's website is here.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Lupi covers Archie Meets the Punisher 1

 Original cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli; Marvel Comics and Archie Comics 1994. Lupi's website is here.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

JB Sapienza covers Fantastic Four 1


Original cover by Jack Kirby and debated inker; Marvel 1961. JB Sapienza's website is here.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Friday, December 10, 2010

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Submission Guidelines

We’ve all dealt with rejection in one form or another – from peers, from love interests, from potential employers, from institutions of learning and from others. This site is devoted to those of us whose artwork ended up on the proverbial cutting room floor of "Covered." Rejected by Covered aims to save illustrations strewn in the trash after being labeled not good enough and giving them the audience they deserve.

When we started out all of our covers came from being Rejected by the Covered blog. For that reason we posted no submission guidelines. Unless the artist was Rejected for not following Covered's guidelines it would stand to reason all submitted Covers to our blog were coming to us in a standard size. Since the fall of Covered we've recently had a bevy of terrified would be submitters asking "What are the submission guidelines!?!?!?!" To ease potential night-sweats on your part I've copied and pasted COVERED's old submission guideline underneath our submission e-mail address.

They are good rules, so why not keep 'em around?

Please send all submissions to rejectcover (at) gmail (dot) com.

"I would prefer if you waited to post your cover on your own blog or another message board until its been posted on Covered. Once it’s on Covered for a second, feel free to post it wherever you would like as often as you like. I just want to avoid Covered being a destination for images that have already been all over the web.

Please don’t add extra information, like your website, to your cover image. I’ll provide a link to your site within the text. I’m trying to keep things as clean and about the covers as possible. Also, the file should be 72 dpi and between 12 and 15" high (30 - 40cm). Large files are good for print, but just makes extra work for me on a blog.

This is an all ages site, so keep that in mind. I don’t have a problem with nudity, but explicit sex would be a problem. The line is pretty liberal, but use your head.

It would make my job a lot easier if you could provide a link to the comics.org entry of the comic you have redrawn. That provides me with an image of the original cover, the credit for the original cover’s artist(s), as well as publisher and year of publication. I know it doesn’t take long to hunt down, but when you do a lot of these, all of these steps add up."