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How to Draw a Monster (Monsters 101)

How to Draw a Monster (Monsters 101)

REB wrote a base article on how to draw a monster some time ago for comicmonsters.com. We thought it would be a nice addition to the blog here at Art of REB, for artists of all skill levels. Besides it’s just fun to draw monsters. That original article appears below: MONSTERS!!! Even the word sounds cool. To me, the best…

REB Interview at Derby City Con

REB Interview at Derby City Con

The Weekly Bro Chat interviewed REB at the Derby City Comic Con in Nashville, Tennessee in the summer of 2012. Get an insight into his views on digital comics and his reading list as a young comic book fan. He briefly mentions his children’s book, Bad-Off Boris and the Cup Cake Cave-In and the Bela Lugosi anthology from monsterverse.com.

Werewolf Comic Book Story

About REB

Rob E. Brown, also known as REB, is an award winning illustrator and commercial artist. He has been working professionally as a commercial artist since the late 80’s and as a professional comic book artist/illustrator since the early 90’s.

REB started his career in comics working in the small press, moving on to provide pen and ink for larger companies like Caliber Press and Malibu Comics. Soon, Marvel came courting him to work with such iconic characters as Conan and Iron Fist. At Marvel, he worked on a pantheon of characters including Spider-Man, Avengers, and the X-Men.

Moving on from Marvel, REB began working with Chaos Comics where he continued to expand his repertoire. There, he not not only created comics, he worked with musical artists such as Megadeth, Insane Clown Posse (ICP) and Dee Snider to create signature comics and album art.

In recent history, REB has focused more on his commercial career and creator owned or personal projects such as Bane of the Werewolf, Bela Lugosi’s Tales from the Grave, The Boris Books, and cover illustration. Read more on REB at REB’s Profile.

About this Site

This site is intended to demonstrate the artwork of REB and extend his fan outreach program that began many years ago with his regular appearances at fandom conventions across the southeast.