Well just a couple days. Sorry about that dear friends.
I had a blast hanging out with my NYC peeps and rocking Comic Con. I heard Saturday sold out and had over 78,000 guests....Good thing I waited until Sunday (50% off graphic novels too!)
So after a couple of weeks of comic illustrating, I ventured out to the show floor, art in hand and smile on my face. I heard that when we talk to someone that people tend to hear the negatives louder than the positives. I talked to various editors and artists and sadly the negatives were booming. On a positive note, it beats everyone kissing my ass, saying how amazing my work is. I'm taking every critique into consideration and will be a stronger artist because of it.
On a positive note, one publisher seemed extremely interested in my work and want me to send them my comic once it's complete. Boo-ya.
Also, I may have work that could be shown over on a super rad comic podcast. Time will tell :)
Due to having my ego crushed at Comic Con, I started a "Creative Bootcamp". Within my "program" I'll be working on various aspects to the comic making process including such issues as anatomy, inking, story building and character development. More details next week on that.
And speaking of anatomy, here's some images from my first figure drawing class in over 4 years....
Here's some images I'm currently working on too....
Thanks all and see you Monday.
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