Hello chickadees, its been a while. I've kinda-sorta moved my Internet home to the social media sites. You can find more of my current art at my Instagram @ julia_the_hut where yes I still draw my FF6 ships and other nonsense. Deviantart played a big role in my art life last decade and in the first part of this decade. I just looked back on my old Journal entries and found an entry from 2008 where I was prepping for my first-ever con, Acen. That was a lifetime ago!
I'll be sharing some of my newest art here; hope you like it! But seriously, if you want to keep in touch: Instagram. For real. @ julia_the_hut, that's me.
P.S. I want to thank t
Gonna be tabling at the Vancouver Comic Arts Festival May 20-21, 2017 in Vancouver, Canada! This will be my first time in that city. If you're around, come see me at table I-3! I'll have comics and stickers.
The years are short but the days are long. Another month has slipped by and I've been hard at work. Next on the horizon is Chicago's very own Comic and Entertainment Expo- C2E2 in McCormick Place April 21-23, 2017. Despite being from that area, I've never actually attended this one. But reports are that it is massive and a lot of fun.
Apart from that, I'm chugging along with One Lucky Bride, finishing page 27 out of a 36 page story. Then there will be an additional 4 page scene exclusively for the book, bringing the total up to 40 pages. At first I wanted the count to be just 32, but that proved unrealistic. I simply couldn't pack the story
A lot has happened since last we talked. I've moved house again, this time to New Jersey. I am one river away from New York City and can see the skyline when I walk to the grocery store. In the fall I tabled at a con for the first time in centuries, and later this year I have a few more cons I'll attend. With it being March already, it's scary to think the year is a quarter over. The days are long but the years are short.
Last spring I took samples of the Final Fantasy 6 comic to a convention and got portfolio reviews from three editors. Their indifferent and sometimes dismissive reactions so my best pages were, I suspect, d