Sixteen days. Rose City Comic Con. Too much still not done. Back to work.
The days are slipping away towards Rose City Comic Con a lot faster than I’m getting things done; there are just never enough hours in the day. I don’t think I’m going to be able to get all the work done that I wanted to, but I think as long as I get this one handled I’ll be alright.
So enjoy this sneak peek, and hopefully I’ll have something more resolved to show you soon. (Well, not too soon, you might have to come see me at the Rose City con if you want to see it.)
There are thirty-seven days left until the Rose City Comic Con, and last week I was concerned that I wasn’t going to have enough to show.
My original plan was to spend the last two weeks in July drawing and then spend all of August coloring what I had done. However, in those two weeks I managed to do twenty-four new drawings (pictured here) ; if that wasn’t enough to keep me busy there are about forty-three drawings from my sketchbook I’d like to do — and another seventeen or so that a friend suggested.
Needless to say, I won’t be able to color eighty-four drawings in thirty-seven days, but it will be interesting to see how many I can get done. So much for feeling like I didn’t have enough work to show.
Drawings for the pending Con are coming along at a steady clip, but I still don’t want to tip my hand and show them off quite yet. I’ve been doing drawings that (largely) have nothing to do with comics to warm up and get ready for the day’s nerdy drawings.
If all goes well and I have a hefty stack of them come September, the plan is to sell them at my table. I’ll let you know how it goes.