As some of you might know, I started drawing for fanzines back in 1993. And I'm still doing it today. Seeing a piece of my art in print still gives the same feeling.. be it a black and white fanzine, a convention book, or a hardcover art book.
I received my contributors copy of North American Fur (NAF) #39 just a few days ago in the mail, and with the pages in that.. I've now had (excluding actual full comics of my own) over 800 pages of art/writing in print. In fact, 652 pages of individual art, and 151 pages of short comic strips and text stories.
It's weird to think about. When I started drawing, I started it for fun. And that's what I
Just back from Brass City Comic Con 2018; a one day comic con event in Waterbury, CT. ( https://www.facebook.com/brasscitycomiccon/ )
I'd been invited to have a table by the organizer, TC Ford, when I met him at Bristol Comic Con a month or so back, so I figured, what the hey, let's give it a go!
The venue was the Naugatuck Valley Community College, in the Fine Arts building. It was a great day, sales were really good and everyone was so positive!
I've put more of a post on my Patreon page (set it public readable so anyone can see it!) - https://www.patreon.com/posts/18343317
But now here's the coolest part - I got interviewed by local ne
Alrighty, bit the bullet and I now have a Patreon page.
I'm going to be posting works in progress and all sorts of things there, as well as livestreaming some traditional art pencilling and coloring, etc!
It should be some fun, and I hope some of you come along for the ride so I can interact with y'all more than just typing :)
YOU HAVE BEEN HUGGED! Spread the dA love around! (You can copy and paste this message on their userpage!) RULES: 1- You can hug the person who hugged you! 2- You -MUST- hug 10 other people, at least! 3- You should hug them in public! Paste it on their page! 4- Random hugs are perfectly okay! (and sweet) 5- You should most definitely get started hugging right away! UvU