When you come to Baltimore Comic-Con, one thing you see a lot of in Artists Alley is the commission artist. But Robert Quill was a little different than the others. For one thing, his booth wasn’t full of images of the usual characters. For another, he looked somewhat like the Dread Pirate Roberts and watching him interact with convention-goers was its own form of entertainment. Without looking at any of his sketches, what drew me to want to talk to him was the following form:

Robert Quill Order Form
Robert Quill Order Form

That’s some detailed service isn’t it?

Check out the interiew:

You can check out his website at http://www.robertquill.com/ . During the interview he said it wasn’t finished, but he was being quite modest. Speaking of modesty, he isn’t kidding when he talks about the level of eroticism. I have no issues with it, but if you’re squeamish about that kind of thing, make sure you pick the safe version of his site.

3 thoughts on “Baltimore Comic-Con Day 1: Interview with Robert Quill”
  1. I’ve been trying to get in contact with Robert Quill for over six months now about an order I placed with him back in December 2013. I’m glad to see he’s still around… Does anyone know how I can get in contact with him? Email and Facebook has yielded no results and I am rather frustrated with the lack of communication. Thanks.

    1. Have you tried the website linked in this article? He told me during BCC that he had a new website. Maybe he also changed email addresses?

      1. That email is the one I’ve been using, but I’ve received no response thus far. I don’t know of any other way except Facebook, but he won’t respond to messages there either.

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