The victims of fashion, art and cool here in town started a project of playing cards and invited some artists. I'm not even close from the art scene members here but I joined the project because a friend of mine, also named Thiago, was part of it. The thing was so disorganized that Thiago himself left the project. By seeing it as a good opportunity, I decided to continue. So each suit would be raffled between the artists involved — something's wrong here, because the project has two whole decks but the number of artists doesn't fulfill even a single deck! But that's OK, not my problem. I was hoping to get some Club suit because I wanted
OK, I'm sorry, but this is big. (that's what she said!)
The Coletivo WC, a web comic collective of which I am a member and of which I have talked here before, launched its first print magazine, Sanitário (Portuguese language for "toilet", despite it resembles "Sanitarium"), a compilation of short comics from some of the members. What I didn't expect to happen was an event thrown by Comic House, the only comic book store in town, to launch the magazine. The owner announced the launch of the magazine + a book signing on Facebook and requested our presence.
I was not fan of the idea (actually I'm still not fan of it) and I didn't want to
That's it again. My idea in managing to be a comic artist is not only make a living, but getting to know other artists, getting to know other ideas, creative processes, making friends. I expand my ideas by reaching other artists' works, that's why I like to exchange comics, be in zines and all.
Larry King (http://earthmanprime.deviantart.com/) sent me his zines. I received them some weeks ago but I haven't even told Larry yet because I was waiting to post this.
Larry's minicomics are not just well-drawn but also have inventive scripts. The very small formats are so convenient because they fit anywhere, they're easy to carry. My favorite one