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Tim O'Neill
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A page from the trade that shows the digital elements added:



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Tim O'Neill
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And the final cover:



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Tim O'Neill
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I know this is a published cover and the thread is for framed commissions, but I thought to put this here since this was a unique one to frame.

A trade paperback of STAR TREK: ASSIGNMENT EARTH died valiantly during the framing of this piece. It was sliced up good to remove the cover and B&W piece!!



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William Roberge
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THAT is awesome Tim! Looks great!
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Michael Arndt
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Very nice, Tim.

RIP tpb.
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Brad Brickley
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That's a nice job with the cover, Tim. Looks great. 
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Tim O'Neill
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Thanks, guys - everytime I go to get a commission, I always tilt towards buying something that was published instead.  This series was really big for me, and the beginning of a great run of STAR TREK work by JB that continues today.




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Vinny Valenti
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Hey WIlliam,

I also must ask - what's the deal with that UXM#137 page??
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William Roberge
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I don't know what to call it, a recreation maybe? JB was working on then stopped and put it into his flat file; I came across it during a visit and asked if it was for sale. It was, now it's on my wall!
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Nice Tim!
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I don't know what to call it, a recreation maybe?

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At one point I was considering recreating the pencils of some of my more "famous" pages, but when Jim Warden saw this one as a WIP he said my current penciling style was too different from what it had been in the Seventies, so I didn't finish the page.

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Marc Cheek
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Picked up my recent Sunday in the Park with Jen
commission today!



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Dan Marcoux
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Proof as to why my decision to not pursue a career in photography was the
proper choice....



And a shot of JB rounding the turn in my office....
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The Byrne Bend! Like my Kirby Korner.
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Fred J Chamberlain
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Love
That Superman/Spider-man piece!
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Flavio Sapha
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Byrne commissions hanging in the current digs:

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Looking good, Dan and Flávio*!


*My autocorrect added the accent over the a without any prompting. I hope it's correct. 
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Hung a few more in the basement.




Lex looks so small!



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Peter Martin
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And the close-ups...



Not a commission, but he went up at the same time:

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Joe Hollon
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Plenty of room on those walls, Peter!  Keep 'em coming!

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That Lex Luthor is one of my all-time favorites!

One of the best JB pieces EVER!
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Tim O'Neill
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Tony!



From the Dark Horse Presents stories that later appeared as NEXT MEN Issue #0



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Very nice, Tim -- and some classy matting work there.
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