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Emerald City Comicon 2015

March 23rd, 2015 — 3:11am

Just a heads up, Emerald City Comicon is just around the corner (March 27-29)! Once again, I’ll be exhibiting with my friends the “Imaginary People” at Booth #406.

I’ll have plenty of arts and will be taking toned-paper sketch commissions during the convention.

ECCC 2015, Find me at Booth #406.

Also, just a small announcement…

I’ve created a Tumblr blog for Blind Follies: The Flower and Death (my Hades and Persephone comic). If you are interested in the progress of this project, you can follow it here.

Hades Colored Pencil Sketch

Hades concept sketch.

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March 9th, 2015 — 6:28pm

So Sac-Con back on March 1 was amazing. I loved the new location and I’m eager to see the show settle into the new space. New transitions can always be a little rough, but the room to breathe was a very welcomed change. So nice to see all the new faces in the crowd, too!

My table at Sac-Con AA-1 (March 1, 2015)

I’m also already signed up for the next Sac-Con in Fall (Oct. 25), but I’ll be at plenty of other shows before then.

Emerald City Comicon (Seattle) is already around the corner (March 27-29)! Lots to do before then, but I am looking forward to spending some extra time in the city this time around.

In the meantime, I’ve been working on upping my art game in preparation for drawing my comic (Blind Follies: The Flower and Death), as I finalize my character designs and style choices for the project. Rewrites on the later chapters has also started, but will move at its own pace. I already have 4 chapters of final scripts to work with art-wise for now.

Persephone (colorized-sketch)

Colors for Shane Matthew Murphy’s Birdland Comic have also begun. I’ve been coloring other bits and bobs for some of Shane’s other projects, which I will post when I’m able. Looking forward to wrapping up our new variant cover reward so we can get these Kickstarter packages all shipped out. Not long now!

Detective Rezno Piano (colorized-sketch)

The new season of 916 Ink Makes Comics has started, in which my creator friend Eben E.B. Burgoon teaches local kids the art of writing for comics. I am excited to again meet with the youngsters and, with my peers, help bring life to their stories through my art. I am always in awe of the work done by 916 Ink in the name of youth literacy. Truly great stuff.

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