Archive for August, 2010

Chicago Comic Con 2010

Ah, I love Comic Con. This was my first time exhibiting in the Artists Alley there and it was great. Andi and I set up as we did for Gen Con with the expectation of absorbing the experience and having a good time, and ‘spreading the word.’ The reactions to our work ranged the gamut. […]

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Meat and Anatomy

What’s inspiring me today? Vintage and antique illustrated posters. Specifically butcher charts and anatomy charts. I love the subdued colors and the graphic quality. Fascinating. Call it morbid, but I think they’re incredible in not only the aesthetic, but the historic essense as well.

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From the depths… or not.

I read a great quote on etsy.com the other day, “Consider your work as your firstborn: you adapt to its needs, you learn through mistakes, and you grow with it when it grows” from artist Brook Fung. So what makes your work grow? Certainly practice. With time and persistence, skills become honed, styles develop, and […]

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Gen Con Indy 2010

Andi and I have officially survived Gen Con, and are recovering nicely. I have to admit it was truly one of the most unusual experiences of my life, but it was a lot of fun, and remarkably tiring. We were able to talk to many interesting people and other incredible artists, and I spent my […]

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