This was the hardest project to keep from talking about, but I did some cards for the Cryptozoic Adventure Time set. These are the approved cards. 😀
In Con news, I will be at Saskatoon Entertainment Expo and, then the next week, Edmonton Entertainment Expo.
Enjoy the cards! I’ll try to have some Adventure Time stuff and How to Train Your Dragon stuff at the cons.
I got back from Calgary and then promptly disappeared. The Day Job has been very busy of late, but I managed to sneak off a few pieces of art. Some commissions and inks for Chicago WizardWorld prints follow!
First: COWABUNGAAAA!!111. I drew a rough of this at about midnight one night, and it had to be finished. The coloured version will be wacky. Ninja Turtles ahoy!
Lord of the Rings personal sketch card commission
An adorable dewback with Stormtrooper (Will also be a print, like the turtles)
Finally, a return card of a foxy witch from the Spellcasters set. This card is going all the way to Italy. Viva Italia!
Thanks for the wonderful time. I did lots of sketches, met lots of people and it went by so fast.
As promised, I’ll have some of my Star Wars ‘How to Draw’ tutorials up soon, and a new Yoda one. Right now I’m finishing off the commissions that I took late on Sunday.
While I was going to randomly go to Ottawa Comicon next weekend to schmooze, I’ve got a responsibility here at home that is keeping me from road tripping. I’ll be at Wizardworld Chicago as a guest and perhaps a couple of other between now and then as a fan.
On the subject of commissions, the following pictures were commissioned and not picked up. If these belong to you, please get in touch with me! I think the commissioner was a volunteer, and these were for her nephews.
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I promised a friend I would preface any entries with sloths by warning about impending sloths. There are sloths in here. If you love sloths, yay, if not, this is your warning. Sloths appear after the lazer kitten.
I will be at table X26. Come and find me! I will sign artbooks for free, kids get a free signed trading card (Everyone else pays a buck). Doodles starting at $5. Friday i will be running an Ewok mask class for kidlets, and Saturday is ‘You Can Draw Star Wars’ day. Check out the Calgary Expo site for times.
I have the laser kitten artbook piece as my poster. The first 15 people to bring me a copy to sign get a free laser-kitten button! Yay! Buttons!
Oh no, someone charged his lasers!
Did someone say BUTTONS? I have buttons for $2 each. And they’re awesome.
And Stickers! Die cut vinyl. $1.50 each*
And, finally, colouring books. Lovingly drawn and collated by yours truly. $5 each. Full of awesome. I only have 25 of these suckers, but I plan on doing another print run if they sell out. So don’t fret! My luggage was getting heavy.
Of course I will have my usual fare of prints as well. Stop by and say hello at least! I’d love to see you 🙂
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In two weeks I’ll be seeing Weird Al (!) and I’ll also be in Calgary doing art for you! And you. And even YOU.
I got some victims er.. volunteers to draw some new pony samples for. I’ll be doing either marker or watercolour for $10. Around 4x6ish. I really prefer watercolour, by the way.
Click the ponies below to embiggen:
Other sketch prices – these are convention prices only! I may have some post con specials for the rest of you guys:
- Cuties: 4×6, colour $10
- 4×6 Index card pencil: $5
- Letter sized Bust sketches: $10
- More detailed pencil sketches: $20 and up
- Letter sized Colour (watercolour preferred) $40 and up
Also, I’m happy to report that I did some last minute sketch cards for Perna Studios. these are the ones I can show you!
In my next post – Stickers! Colouring Books! Awesomeness!
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This is kind of the big thing I’ve been working on for a while – something traditional, cute and with wings. behold, Dragon Ferrets!
I will have letter sized prints available for Calgary Comic Expo attendees to purchase, and the original is also for sale at the show. Also – I plan on doing 4×6 mini prints of each ferret.
While I have uploaded it elsewhere on the internets, I will have my Calgary Expo Artbook piece up here soon!
Also for sale at Calgary Expo (prices TBD): Mystical Critters Colouring Book, How Harold Got His Wings, my 2011 Sketchbook (no new book this year for Calgary, the 2011 one will be discounted!). Plus prints! Sketches! You-As-A-Pony and/or Your Fave Pokemon cheap doodles! Vinyl stickers! Magnets! BUTTONS! and original art. I’ll be signing artbooks from the past or present, as well.
Also, this year my display is guaranteed to not fall down. I have the power of awesomeness (And pre-building the display) at my disposal this time.
As we get closer to the con, more art will be posted. Like dragons. And Hydras. And Laser kittens. And sloths!
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I only took one commission for the holiday season, well two commissions for one person, and it was Doctor Who themed, so how could I resist?
Here is the Tenth Doctor hanging out with Charlotte and Rose, and the Tenth Doctor shopping for shoes with Jenny while a jealous Dalek looks on.
These were super fun to do 🙂
I also painted two of my nieces and my nephew as Ponies. Here we have Pardner, Chatterbox and Pokepal. I find it awesome that my three year old nephew is already a Brony. He specifically requested that his cutie-mark be a red hat.
I am going to be at Calgary Comic Expo this year and I will be offering ‘You as a Pony’ doodles again. They are going to be watercolour this time around, unless people desperately need a specific colour of marker. The watercolour ones are way more fun – and faster, too!