There have been a few people that I met at the convention last weekend who have contacted me on Myspace wanting to know how to get more prints. Unfortunately, it seems you guys have your profiles set to private so I can't write you back unless I am your friend on myspace. Also, when I try to add you as a friend, it says I need your full name or your email address and I don't know that either.
In the meantime...I'll just refer to my FAQ page, which may answer your question.
The show is over for the year and I can't even count the awesome memories that I now have. This was my first year setting up a table at the Emerald City Comic Con and I didn't really know what to expect. The support and response was overwhelming for me and I was honored so many of you took interest in what I have to offer.
I met so many awesome people! I just want to say thank you for buying my prints and grabbing a card. I hope you can find your way around the site easily. It's just recently been revamped and I am really proud of how it's all turned out so please make your self at home and feel free to drop me a comment or an email if there is something you like/dislike.
Also, I want to give a special thanks to anyone that chatted with me whether you bought a print or not. To me, this convention wasn't about making money on prints. It was about showing Seattle who I am and what I create. If you were even remotely interested in that, I thank you!
Until next time....
I've been yapping about it on my twitter since I started the damn thing, but I just wanted to remind anyone that lives in the Pacific Northwest to come see me at the Emerald City Comic Con this weekend in Seattle! I'll be sharing a table with my good friend Freedom Drudge, and we'll be there hawking our wares and pretending to be big shot artists. Freedom will have T-shirts and other artwork available and I will be selling giclée fine art prints of some of my recent work. These prints are on semi-gloss photopaper, are individually signed/numbered and are limited to 100 only! After the show any leftovers will be sold online, so don't worry if you can't make it.
See ya there!
I'll be doing the album cover for the stoner metal/prog/sludge band, Behold! The Monolith for their debut LP, produced by Billy Anderson (Melvins, High On Fire, Neurosis). I can't go into any specific details quite yet, but I can say that the concept they have is something I am really looking forward to. It's both badass and comedic and that is a nice change of pace from my last couple paintings, which have primarily been very serious. Check back soon for the cover and definitely check out B!TM's samples on their page!