Current Residence: Post Falls, Idaho deviantWEAR sizing preference: Huh? Print preference: Wha? Favourite genre of music: Progressive Funktronolka Favourite photographer: Kenny Rogers Favourite style of art: Pop Operating System: OSX MP3 player of choice: iPad Shell of choice: Tortoise Wallpaper of choice: Faux Wood-panel Skin of choice: Epidermis Favourite cartoon character: Count Duckula
Favourite Visual Artist
Jim Cheung and Francis Manapul's mutant baby
The Royal Tennenbaums
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Brian K. Vaughn, Michael Chabon
Favourite Gaming Platform
Tools of the Trade
Blue lead mechanical pencil, micron pens, photoshop
Doing an inner happy dance after just passing the milestone of 3000 page views. I know that's a drop in the bucket, but when your buckets as small as mine, you take what you can get.
To celebrate, I'm offering three free POP! sketches to the first three people to respond. Any character of your choice, 8.5"x5.5" watercolor. You know the drill. Let me know if you want one, first come, first served.
So I figured I'd share some quick thoughts on Jet City while they're still fresh in my mind. These are somewhat random thoughts, and I may start to babble on a bit, so bare with me.
I'll start by saying that I did, in fact, enjoy the show. Talked to some creators I admire, the kids found some toys they were looking for, and I got to sit around with good company and doodle all while making money. If anyone complained about something like that they should be tarred and feathered.
Sadly I've never been able to delve too deeply into independent comics, it takes a lot of time and/or connections to dig deep enough to find good stuff in my opinion
Hey gang! As most of you probably know I am now officially part of Artist's Alley at the Jet City Comic Show in Seattle. I will be sharing a table with my buddy, the incredibly talented *JeremyWhittington (https://www.deviantart.com/jeremywhittington), and he and I are cooking up some incredible Con exclusives that you'll want to get your hands on. More on that to come, but be sure to check out www.jetcitycomicshow.com for more info.
Also, I just passed 1,800 page views. A small milestone, but a cool one nonetheless.