This is a quick drawing I made of Link from Legend of Zelda eating the annoying fairy. This will be availible on various prints in the store.
This past weekend I went to Nauticon to sell some of my artwork. Unfortunately I did not sell nearly as much as I would have liked to. I probably just made enough for the gas driving out there. People were interested in my work and took my business cars, but there just wasn't that many people. Perhaps Provincetown is a tough location to get to, or people don't want to go to a convention in such a place on the off season even though it is cheaper. I stioll had a very good time at the convention and I suggest people to check it out next year to support the artists who attend.
I am going to change stores from CafePress back to Etsy. CafePress would be easier to get people the items, but based on the interest of the customers I need to sell my fan art parody items.
Due to certain issues, Franky Stevens was not able to accompany me. She will be with me at Boston Comic Con though.
I have finally purchased a Thinkpad Yoga tablet and labtop with the money that was raised through the Kickstarter project! I still have to purchase the external hard drive and install Photoshop onto it. Hopefully I can start producing these pages via the tablet soon, but for now you will see a transition into going completely digital.
Page 160 and 161 are finished!
I have hung my artwork at the Bean Counter in Worcester, MA this Friday. It will be on display for the entire month of May. If anyone is interested in purchasing the artwork, just contact me. I can always make extras of what I display.
I am going to have an Artists' Alley table at Boston ComicCon. While I am there, I will be hosting a panel called "How Making Webcomics Changed Our Lives" with other web comic artists. I maybe mistaken as to the wording of the title of the panel, but that is what we have decided to talk about mostly.
I have been working at a second part time job. It will not hinder the web comic from continuing, in fact it may help fund more for it. Once I purchase the tablet/laptop things will run smoothly no matter what.
I have started to list numerous things on Amazon.com that I intend to sell. I have already begun to list my comic book collection, Magic the Gathering Card collection, and a certain unused board game I have acquired. I try to sell these items at a decent price, but Amazon has certain fees that forces individuals like myself to up the price. If I can figure out how to allow grouping of comic books on Amazon to save on shipping, I will do that.