I've been doing a lot more drawing for fun (as opposed to commissions) lately and I've developed quite a stack between things like Inktober and March of Robots. I've started an Etsy shop where you can buy my pen and ink/marker originals and add them to your collection. I'm hoping to have prints of some of my work at some point in the near future as well.
There are only a handful of pieces up so far but I'll be adding more soon. Of course, if there's something you're interested in and you don't see it there, you can always drop me an e-mail.
For anyone who enjoyed my recent Rogue One pen and ink/screentone artwork and who loved the classic Star Wars RPG from West End Games, my friend Eric Trautmann has put together an unofficial sourcebook for the main characters. It's available in both "clean" and "aged" versions as a free PDF download from his blog here:
All Hands on Deck! has returned to Kickstarter with a new goal and incentive structure.
If you like pirates, family-friendly card games, and my artwork then be sure to check it out!
If you contacted me earlier today about doing some kobold illustrations for an online store and happen to see this, please re-send your message. I had just started reading the e-mail on my phone when my big stupid thumb accidentally swiped it into the trash and then it vanished when I tried to retrieve it.
Technology just hates me sometimes.
I've been doing custom Christmas cards for friends and family since 2004! Time flies...
I've collected them all (plus a bonus card done for an art exchange) in chronological order in a sub-gallery here for your holiday viewing pleasure: http://d-mac.deviantart.com/gallery/52418476/Christmas-Cards
I did the artwork for a new pirate-themed card game that just launched a Kickstarter campaign (appropriately enough on "Talk Like a Pirate Day").
If you like family-friendly card games and my artwork then be sure to check it out. If they don't reach the stretch goal of having the metal coins based on my design made, I'm going to be very disappointed.
I'm doing 5 sketch card commissions for people who pledge at the $45 dollar level of the Hero Happy Hour Kickstarter. On top of a mini original piece of my art, you also get the HHH print collection and a bunch of other cool swag: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/geekpunk/hero-happy-hour-on-the-rocks-graphic-novel
Thanks to everyone who stopped by to wish me a happy birthday. My body didn't get the memo and decided that it was a good time to come down with the flu so I spent the day in bed, reading and napping. Not the worst way to spend a day but not exactly what I had in mind.
Things have been relatively quiet as far as posting goes but that usually means that I'm actually super busy and that's definitely been the case lately. I'm hoping to take a bit of a break from freelancing this summer and do some fun stuff that I can actually post. The things I've been working on will be released eventually but for now it's all top secret.
I'm closing in on 100,000 pageviews and haven't done a kiriban sketch in a while so I thought I'd do one to celebrate. Whoever sends me a screencap of the closest pageview total to 100K gets a free sketch of their choice.
Edit: Congrats to ~LisaOrise (https://www.deviantart.com/lisaorise) for being the first to post the 100K screencap! Thank you all for stopping by to check out my work.