DRAWINGS hit its half way point today and crossed the $40k mark, inching us closer to the $45,000 stretch goal. Yesterday we crossed the 1000 backer mark too! To celebrate, I’m adding two new tiers!
Flower Robot Print
Lots of people have requested the Flower Robot print and I want more people to have it, so I’m making a $35 tier that gets you the book and this exclusive print. This print won’t be available in my shop after the kickstarter is over. This is the only place you’ll be able to get it (that goes for the other prints in the print tiers too).
I’ve also had a few people ask about a two book tier so they can get a book for their friend. Or in the case of one person, a book for his kids to handle and one for him to keep nice If that’s you, the DOUBLE UP tier is now available. Oh yeah, and DOUBLE UP comes with the Flower Robot print too.
I was looking over the campaign and I realized I never posted big images of the prints. Sorry about that. Here they are. These will be printed on archival watercolor paper that has a really nice texture to it.
Just launched a Kickstarter for my new book: DRAWINGS! If you like my artwork, you’ll probably like this book. Tons of sketches and drawings all in full color. I’d keep going, but I explain everything much better in the Kickstarter.
Thanks, and please tell your friends about it. These things live and die by word of mouth.
The School of Visual Storytelling!
I’m doing an online class this summer with fellow instructor and good friend Will Terry. We created The School of Visual Storytelling to teach, empower, and inspire visual storytellers.
We’re combining our powers to bring the aspiring professional illustrator current and timeless information about how to give your work and career an edge.
Our first class is Illustration for Storytellers with plans to expand to other topics like comics and storyboarding.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/schoolofvisualstorytelling/
My Imaginary Friend
You guys know I have a bunch of kids right? (here’s two of the five) I do, and they go to the elementary school down the street. This school has a bunch of old PC’s that are crashing all the time, and because of budget cuts they can’t afford to replace them.
So, they’re holding a fund raiser to buy new Macs, and I’m doing my part by selling ART!
It’s simple: BUY ART = KIDS GET NEW COMPUTERS!!!
There’s two ways you can help:
Buy a print.
Bid on the original.
The auction closes in 5 days, and for the next week all prints sold will go to directly funding the new computer lab.
Also, if you buy a print or the original drawing you’ll also get an original hand drawn picture by one of my kids, plus a thank you note! (How cute is that?)
If you want to pass on supporting right now it’s totally understandable, but could I ask you to at least reblog or share the link with a friend?
Thanks for your help!
Superhero week presses on. Been needing to get this guy out of my system for a while now.
Original for sale here.
Super Hero Week continues!
I forgot I had the kids this morning, so today’s piece is from a few years back and it’s from one of my favorite books: INVINCIBLE!
Superhero week! Kicking it off with Spidey and Red Hulk!
Inspired by my buddy Jake Wyatt, who did a ton of Marvel characters last month.
Original for sale here.
I’m super excited to announce that the Antler Boy is now on Comixology! If you’re unfamiliar with Comixology, it’s like iTunes for comics. You can download and read all your favorite comics on any device. Your phone, tablet (both iOS and Android) and laptop are supported, and you can even read your comics in your browser.
Antler Boy is only $9.99 on Comixology that’s less than half the price of the print version! Plus you can read it in your bed at night with the lights off.
I love Comixology and have been using it for a better part of this last year. If you haven’t tried it out yet, sign up and download a comic or two (they have lots of free one’s as well) and see how you like it. These days I only have time to read comics as I lay down for bed, so having them on my iPad has been probably the the only reason I’ve still been able to read anything.