The internet has an interesting “Throwback Thursday” trend, and I really felt like participating. The last few days have had me feeling nostalgia over my old favorite mediums: watercolor and inks. At this point in my career, I’m 99% digital, and that has served me very well. However, I do miss that bit of chaos that watercolors afford. You can’t completely control it, and there are frequently happy accidents. I’m hoping to break out my old set and start playing with them again in my spare time.
Anyway, here are some older pieces of mine from 2010, all done in watercolors and inks. I can’t remember if I’ve posted them to this blog before, but either way, here they are again!
“Spectacular. You appear to understand how a portal affects forward momentum, or to be more precise, how it does not. Momentum, a function of mass and velocity, is conserved between portals. In layman’s terms: speedy thing goes in, speedy thing comes out.” – GLaDOS
After my last Portal Corgi piece’s success, I really wanted to up the ante and do a version with the the “Chellsh” Corgi in the test chamber. I started this piece two years ago, but it kept getting forgotten or pushed to the back burner for various reasons. Hope you enjoy it! I’ll have 11×17 posters available in my online store very soon!
First of all, hello to everyone who has found this page after visiting my booth at Long Beach Comic Con this past weekend! I heartily thank you for taking the time to visit me, and supporting my work! It’s people like you that really keep me in business and making fun art and comics! LBCC was a great show, and I look forward to exhibiting there again next year.
I’m excited to announce that Becky Tinker and I were interviewed by ComicBookResources.com about Everstar. CBR is one of the biggest comic news blogs on the internet, so Becky and I were thrilled that they showed interest in our title. If you’d like to check it out, here’s the link. And if you haven’t checked out Everstar yet, the first chapter is free on Thrillbent.com. I’d love to hear what you think!
Check out other awesome interviews or reviews about Everstar from around the web:
Zombcorg and The Great Pumpcorg are finally available as 4×6 prints! Come get your paws on these pint-sized horrors at Long Beach Comic Con this weekend! I’m at Table #1507 in the Artist Alley.
These prints will be available in my store shortly!
I’ll be at Long Beach Comic Con September 27 and 28th of September at the Long Beach Convention Center. Come check me out at Booth #1507. I’ll have more copies of Heavenly Kibble Guardian Corgi #1, and some new pony and corgi art for sale. Becky Tinker, the writer of Everstar, will be there with me at various points over the weekend, so be sure to come say hi to us!