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CCEE, here I come – next week

CCEE has posted their program book, which has a little picture of my artbook contribution in it, so I figure it’s officially safe to show it off. Please, if you’re going to CCEE, pick up one of the artbooks! Proceeds this year go to Make a Wish. Bring it to my table and I’ll sign it, and people who come by with an artbook will get a free postcard or trading card. I am at P09 in the writer/artist guest area, not in the Artist Alley, so come and find me!

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The artbook piece is adobe photoshop and to accompany the original, I am very likely going to get a poster printed for the auction.

Hope to see you all in Calgary!

Ancient art find brings some ancient commission prices!

Dude. OK, so I was cleaning out my email and happened upon some old sent mail that I had not deleted for whatever reason. I found the D6 stats for ‘Castaways of Endor’, three short stories (Which I will be polishing and posting sooner or later) (Which I will post so someone can convert them to D20!) some art I’d forgotten I’d done (Including a bunch of Mr Miyagi type judo masters for a judo website, and some art of questionable artistic value) and some art that I had done, but I’d long since lamented their loss, as they were something I lost in a hard drive crash.

Beanies.

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Back in 2002 a site I used to frequent had a Beanies game. You would reload pages, and every now and then you would find a beanie. Then you could trade said beanies and such. The game ended up being yanked because it was, understandably, an enormous bandwidth hog. So here they are. beanies. And these kind of represent the historical beginnings of a style I still use today!

Want a beanie? Contact me. Or comment. They’re $7. Keep the details small, I draw them about 2″x2″, flat colour, very fun to do. I have a long weekend and march break. Depending on the volume I get, I’ll let you know how long it’ll take. I’ll be starting them on Friday.

In case you are wondering, characters top to bottom, L-R:

Tarzy, Rody, Oryx, Ianhorous (All from one of the short stories, Fox-shark, Dead Bird Head Guy (x3 – he needs his own web comic), Dragon-Gecko, Chilly (Belongs to a friend of mine), Beacon, Random white tiger, Flying Armadillo, Amara as Ewok, Amara as Sith, Amara as Jedi, Amara as TMBG fan.

Fan art is OK. 😀 I hope you have enjoyed this trip down memory lane!

Star Wars Galaxy 6 cards!

Pardon the radio silence, but I have been knitting and doing exams and celebrating Christmas and such. I made these cards for Topps!

The first three are my return cards. If you’d like to put one on hold, just fire me an email. The others will be inserted randomly into packs.

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Lots and los of Ewoks from the cartoon

Oh my!

I moved my site to a new host and all was well, but it appears some of my posts and art have vanished – vanished I say! I will for sure have some new art and figure out hat happened with those posts eventually.

For those who don’t know, life is busy. I am in school taking medical Laboratory Technology and I have little time to draw. However, I do have some awesome things kicking around, like cute, scientific drawings, so I plan on polishing those up soon!

Hearts to you all!

*edit* Ah ha! I found some art.

I did 106 cards for the clone wars season two set this summer. Sadly, I left my markers in Toronto (they have since been returned. Huzzah!) so most of the cards were in pencil. I have them in my sketch card gallery if you want to have a peek, but they aren’t nearly as awesome as some sets.

These will be my returns, once they get to me, and because of my lack of marker, they aren’t as vibrant as usual. I am asking $100 each for Grievous, clone trooper and bossk. $75 each for Hohndo, baby gungan and other baby.

Interested? Let me know! I don’t physically have the cards yet, but I will have them soon.

Clone wars season 2 six backIn other Star wars news, I’ll be doing 50 cards for Star Wars Galaxy 6. Fewer cards + having my markers = more awesomeness for you all.

Although to be perfectly honest I am very very tempted to draw 50 ewoks 😀

Convention leftovers and books for Sale!

magnetsAllllllrighty!

I am done with the convention, and I have leftovers for sale.

For anything flat + the magnets, combined shipping is $3.00 US/Canada, $5 International

For the charms I need to get some shipping quotes – but it’ll be inexpensive if you don’t live in Canada.

First off, Sketch books:

2010 Sketch Book – $10 including a sketch!

2008 Sketch book (Limited quantities) – $5 Including a sketch

Other stuff:

How Harold Got His Wings – $10 (Includes a sketch)

Bookmarks (All laminated) – $1 each

Postcards – $1 each

Mini Magnets – $3 each, two for $5,  Four or more are $2 each.

Sculpey Charms – $5 each.

Sketch cards – Moonkin ($20) and Neville ($10) are the only ones available.

Fatty Magnet original art – $15 for all four.

If you are seeing this from a feed and the gallery doesn’t show, please visit the original blog post to see photos.

Pre con teaser post! Artwork!

As I have to finish a whack of my Clone Wars cards prior to going to the con, here is a teaser of art so I don’t forget to post it.

How Harold Got His Wings

This is the cover for the book! For the final piece I plan on spending about a month doing watercolour studies for painting the Northern Lights. Or I might do the entire book as my first fully digitally painted product. The book at the con has a colour cover, B&W innards.

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2010 Convention Sketchbook

Full of a bunch of never seen before arts and a few old favourites.

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Aaaand, finally:

Mini Magnets. These little tiny round disks have been painstakingly cut out by hand and are assembled behind a glass bead thing. I’m selling ’em for $3 or 2 for $5 because they are quite the labour intensive little things. I will have a larger version of the illustrator icons in my digital art gallery post con.

mini-magnetsI hope to see you guys there!

Harold gets his book!

This is what I’ve been working on for most of the summer, a (relatively) quick ash-canesque, black and white book for ‘How Harold Got His Wings’ (Written by the venerable Sarah Braun). The cover will be in colour, I’ll be staying up late tonight!

Just a sneak peek at my process. I draw at different sizes (And I had done my sketches for a larger format of book) so the toning is helping even out the shapes of the illustrations.

I’ll have this available at Fan Expo in Toronto, limited to 50, for $10. And you’ll get a scribble 😀

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