Apologize again for the lack of recent updates. As you can see from the "Pending Commission" tab, the number of projects in progress is increasing, however it will be a little while yet before some of these come to fruition.
In the meantime, I highly recommend checking out some of the side projects by artists featured on this site.
First up - Cluedog - has put out a beautiful collection of the first 3 issues (nearly 100 pages) of his incredible original comic series "Opey the Warhead" - featuring the world's only living nuclear warhead and his post-apocalyptic adventures. I've mentioned it at least once before on this site - but I cannot recommend this comic highly enough. Very funny, very touching, with more of Cluedog's incredibly expressive art than you can shake a stick at - more than worth the price (very good quality printing). The series is temporarily on hiatus while the man works on his new series "Miss Doomsday" - but I don't think there's any question that we'll be seeing more of Opey in the future. There are just too many unanswered questions.
Next up is a tight sketch book being put out by Snareser this holiday season - details here. 52 pages of full-color art, and the price includes shipping. If you've only checked out Snareser's tg commissioned art here and elsewhere, you're doing yourself a disservice - especially if you're a comic book fan. This guy has got some real talent and it shows. I've only posted a couple comic character commissions from him so far, but I've got more in the works and you can see a massive variety of characters on his DA page any time. The best part of this offer is that your book will come with a unique black and white bust/head-shot on the back cover of any character you choose.
Lastly, one of the most interesting webcomics out there - certainly the most dense ongoing one I've ever come across - I gotta recommend "Among The Chosen" by master visionary Solios. For new readers, it's pretty much imperative to start with the second book - The Dualist - this is one massive work in progress, but trust me, once it picks up, it really gets going. A great combination of intelligent writing and excellent art, it's an excellent yarn.