wallshadow replied to your post: From webcomic to comic book very very …

Would you be willing to sign copies if I send you extra money?? I’ve been a devoted reader since chapter 4 and I’m dying to get the books signed.

Sure, I’d love to! I have to figure out how to do that. The books are Print On Demand (all I can afford, not doing a kickstarter) but I’ll probably order many in advance for gifts and things like this. I’ll put details on the website when I get the first two books published.
From webcomic to comic book very very slowly.

I’m hoping by the end of the week you’ll be able to purchase EMR Volume 1 and Volume 2 (each hold three chapters) at Amazon and Createspace. None of them would be done without me slave driving my betas: DokiDoki, JesBelle, and Kristina!

Onward to the angst!!

From webcomic to comic book very very slowly.

I’m hoping by the end of the week you’ll be able to purchase EMR Volume 1 and Volume 2 (each hold three chapters) at Amazon and Createspace. None of them would be done without me slave driving my betas: DokiDoki, JesBelle, and Kristina!

Onward to the angst!!

Red under the Big Top
Didn’t turn out how I wanted, but when does it ever? Call this a character study.

Red under the Big Top

Didn’t turn out how I wanted, but when does it ever? Call this a character study.

artrubzow:

If you cant attend life drawing sessions. This is the best thing for you

Let me show you something I recently found : Croquis Cafe!

You get to see models of different colors and shapes in a life drawing setting. They move and breath while posing (breathing like in real life :O) ambient music is playing in the background and you have 1, 2  and 5 minute sessions. I find it very helpful , you should try it.

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Not as good as a real life drawing session but better than NO life drawing session!

Better scope of models than I get where I usually go too.

mrjakeparker:

An open call to action to ALL artists everywhere! 
Announcing WORLD ART DROP DAY on September 2nd
All artists, (that means students and professionals, painters and cartoonists, sculptors and illustrators, animators and fine artists, EVERYONE who creates) this September 2nd is World Art Drop Day. Wherever you find yourself that day, drop a piece of your art and tell someone where to find it. The world needs this right now. We need to feel a little more connection to each other and there’s nothing like the bond two random strangers can make through the act of creating and giving.
I recently just finished a cross-country art drop this summer and it was exhilarating. The emails and responses I received from the finders ran the gamut of funny to touching. I want that for everyone!
Here’s how it works:
Draw a picture and hide it somewhere.
Take a photo of either the art or the hiding spot or a combination of both.
Post the image, the city you dropped it in, and a hint on any social media of your choice. Be sure to included the hashtag: #artdropday
Then move on, hoping someone finds it. OR hang around and meet your new friend.
That’s it!
I need your help spreading the word on this. Reblog it, retweet it, facebook it, or even tell someone in person!
September 2nd, lets connect the whole planet with art!

This looks fun! From the guy who brought you Inktober!

mrjakeparker:

An open call to action to ALL artists everywhere! 

Announcing WORLD ART DROP DAY on September 2nd

All artists, (that means students and professionals, painters and cartoonists, sculptors and illustrators, animators and fine artists, EVERYONE who creates) this September 2nd is World Art Drop Day. Wherever you find yourself that day, drop a piece of your art and tell someone where to find it. The world needs this right now. We need to feel a little more connection to each other and there’s nothing like the bond two random strangers can make through the act of creating and giving.

I recently just finished a cross-country art drop this summer and it was exhilarating. The emails and responses I received from the finders ran the gamut of funny to touching. I want that for everyone!

Here’s how it works:

  • Draw a picture and hide it somewhere.
  • Take a photo of either the art or the hiding spot or a combination of both.
  • Post the image, the city you dropped it in, and a hint on any social media of your choice. Be sure to included the hashtag: #artdropday
  • Then move on, hoping someone finds it. OR hang around and meet your new friend.

That’s it!

I need your help spreading the word on this. Reblog it, retweet it, facebook it, or even tell someone in person!

September 2nd, lets connect the whole planet with art!

This looks fun! From the guy who brought you Inktober!