C2E2 is next week and I'm thrilled to finally be attending the event! I'll be in Artist Alley at Table G15:
Just look for these banners!
I'll have copies of my brand new "ABCDEFGeek" Volume 1 book (which will debut at C2E2), as well as con sketchbooks, "Oddly Normal" preview issues and many prints. I will likely sell out of "Oddly Normal" preview issues at C2E2, and I won't be reprinting them because "Oddly Normal" now has a publisher (more info about THAT very soon)!
Here are my price lists for the show:
I'll be taking sketch orders during the show, but I won't be taking any pre-show orders. Sorry, but I have too much work to do between now and then.
I hope to see you in Chicago next week!
"How Frozen Should Have Ended" is now on YouTube!
I painted the backgrounds for this short. Here are some samples of the background artwork:
Painted in Photoshop CS5 on a Cintiq 21UX.
Thanks for watching and for making "How Frozen Should Have Ended" such a hit!
Yesterday, the powers-that-be at How It Should Have Ended let the cat out of the bag about a new project I've been working on in the form of this video (at the 13 second mark):
ABCDEFGeek is going to be turned into a series of animated shorts! The new series is being produced by Daniel Baxter & Tina Alexander of How It Should Have Ended and written/drawn/animated/voiced/etc by me! It will appear on the How It Should Have Ended YouTube channel.
The series will begin with "A Is For Ackbar" sometime this summer. Each letter will (likely) be based on entries in the existing non-animated version of ABCDEFGeek, but the animated versions will be fresh, fun takes on them. The current plan is to release a new short every 6 weeks. "A Is For Ackbar" is already in the can. It will be followed by "J Is For Josh", "B Is For Bromance" and "L Is For Liar". As with the non-animated series, I'm going to bounce around the alphabet as the ideas come to me.
I'm really excited to be starting this new project. I've wanted to do my own animation for a long time. I'm thrilled and honored that Daniel & Tina have chosen ABCDEFGeek to begin to expand their brand.
Watch for more info and previews of the series in the coming months!