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My co-conspirator, :icondbed: is having a commission sale. All of these tiers are EXTREMELY affordable. Please help him out!

My #PrisonerOfNone cocreator, David Bednarski, is having a commission sale. All VERY affordable! Check it out!…


Vito Delsante
United States
Vito Delsante is a writer. He’s written for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, AdHouse Books, and Simon & Schuster, among others and his stories have been reprinted in other countries. His work can be found in the following publications:

* Batman Adventures #9
* Batman Adventures: Volume 2: Shadows and Masks
* X-Men Unlimited (Volume 2) #5
* Reflux Comics #3
* Beowulf #7
* Hope: New Orleans GN
* Scooby-Doo #’s 109, 110, 126, and 128
* Before They Were Famous: Babe Ruth GN
* The Mercury Chronicles #0
* Savage Tales #7 & #8
* Cartoon Network Block Party #42
* Superman #676
* No Formula: Stories From The Chemistry Set Volume 1 GN
* FCHS: Free Comic Book Day (with Lamar Abrams’ Remake)
* Captain Action #5
* FCHS: Volume 1
* Red Sonja: Savage Tales of Red Sonja TPB
* Popgun Volume 4 GN
* Savage Dragon #163
* Reading With Pictures GN

He can currently be found on the internet at the following sites:

* Project Rooftop (contributor/reviewer)

He lives in New York City and wears glasses. Find him if you can and say, “Hello.”

Current Residence: New York
Favourite genre of music: Rock
MP3 player of choice: iPod
Favourite cartoon character: Batman, Bugs Bunny
Personal Quote: Delsantes never quit.

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Kaufee Featured By Owner 13 hours ago  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the Watch, You Rock!!!
incogvito Featured By Owner 13 hours ago
why thank you!
MangleDangle Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for the +watch!
joltinjohnnylucas Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2014
thanks buddy  boy
incogvito Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
Galder-Images Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014
Thanks for adding my image "Deco" to your collection.  I will be posting more from that shoot soon.  Add me to your watch list if you would like to be notified.  

I am am always looking to connect with fellow artists, so please feel free to send me a note here, or on Facebook.…

Thanks again,

incogvito Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014
First off, it's a beautiful shot of a beautiful woman. The pose accentuates not only her body, but also the shirt, which is what I'm guessing is the purpose of the title, Deco. It's a great piece.

I'm not really an artist (I'm a writer), but if you ever have need of one... ;)
mr-redx Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014  Student General Artist
Hey Man! I want to get my character Empress put into a comic book and TerminAitor suggested Kickstarter. I was wondering since you did such an amazing job for the Stray Project for sean-izaakse if you wouldn't mind taking the time to give me some pointers and point me in the right direction on going about it?
incogvito Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014
I wrote this on :iconsean-izaakse: page/post:

"You should have 90% of the work done. Sean and I didn't, but that's just a thing that everyone says. Mostly so your backers aren't waiting. Thing is, I think most people understand that you're using KS to fund the production of the book.

Then, you should make sure that you aim high, but keep expectations low. We asked for $8k, but we knew it takes 10K to make a book (a really GOOD book). Thing is, you can ask for exactly the amount you need and you might not fund.

If you have a full time job, you need to find someone on your team that will make this their full time job. That was me. I work from home and I hustled my ass off. I called in every favor from every artist and writer I could find to share. I did interviews. I worked my ass off. Not to say that Sean didn't...he had the hard part; he had to give art.

After all that, if I had to do it all over? I'd do it with Indie Go Go. Because you get to keep all the money whether you reach your goal or not. And devote 3 months to preparing and one month to the campaign. Don't do more than 30 days."

Furthering that, you have to also consider that this is your first (as far as I know) project ever. I've been doing this for 10+ years. I have somewhat of an audience (or rather, people know my name by now). The safest move, for ostensibly a rookie, is to do Indie Go Go. Because you don't want your first foray to be a failure. You might not score a touchdown, but you should take the 3 points.
Mijder Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2014
Thanks for the watch!
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