Welp I've been keeping this quiet until I was sure there wasn't another hurricaine coming my way. But now I'm pretty sure its safe.
I'm going to be tabling at San Japan this Labor Day weekend in San Antonio. I'll be at table F104 - so if you're in the area feel free to drop by and say hello. I'll be the sleep deprived red head in hte bowler hat.
Welp, it took a record breaking hurricane but I finally had to break my attendance streak for San Japan.
My chunk of Houston was lucky, so very lucky and blessed and we had minimal issues. But things are still a mess around here.
The roads out of town were underwater. The highway I live off of, was flooded, people were boating on it. Another bit of highway, the flood waters moved the cement barriers all over the lanes.
At the time I was intending to head out, a lot of the roads were still uncertain. And my little car, even though it is named after a fish man, is not the best in high waters. I've been stranded before in normal conditions,
If anyone was curious about the digital programs and hardware I use to work on the art you see on this page you are in luck!
I've got a short write up of my digital tools posted on my Art Blog - I'll probably try to tackle traditional media at a later date.
If anyone has any questions about specific pieces and techniques feel free to drop me a line.
Just a heads up for anyone whose going to be in the San Antonio area this weekend (September 2nd-4th) I will be in the Artist Alley.
I'll be there under the name Foolish Mortal selling prints, commissions, and rambling random anecdotes to anyone who stands still long enough. So feel free to drop by and say hi.
As usual I still do trades for throwback Dr Pepper.
A few folks have suggested I try setting up a Patreon page and after kicking it around for a while I finally got it set up.
So if you like what you see on here, and want to support this I now have a Patreon Page. Art posts on there will be more frequent and up to date than on here. Subscribers get perks like art mailed to them, hi res line arts, behind the scenes sketches on a couple larger projects I'm working on.