Denver ComicFest was awesome this year! Every year it has been getting better and better. I sold out of all of my Monster Mug postcard prints and almost sold out all of my TLZ books. The Webcomic Pioneers panel went really well and was a good precursor for our more in depth panels at Denver Comic Con. A huge thanks to everybody who came out and supported the show and my self. Another huge thanks to everybody at ComicFest for putting on another stellar show.
It is time again for the annual Denver ComicFest! I will be sitting in artist alley all weekend loaded to the brim with Creephouse Comics and Teenage Love Zombies goodies including books, prints, buttons and original art! I will also be doing $10 pencil and ink commissions all weekend! This event is always a good time and we get our comic on like nobodies business.
As well as being in artist alley I will be part of the Webcomic Pioneers panel. The panel will consist of members of the Webcomic Pioners talking about making webcomics from our station a mile high. We will probably open it up to flow like a discussion letting the audience ask us what they really want to know about webcomics. It promises to be an informative and awesome time. The panel gets going at 11:00 am this Saturday in the Avengers Assembly Hall. How cool is that?
On top of that I will be doing a live drawing demonstration at 3:00 pm in the Bristlecone room. Come by and check it out I may have a give away…
For all the info on ComicFest follow the link here. See you this weekend!
Recently I joined the blog Timberline: The Draw Blog One Mile Above Sea Level. It is a collection of Colorado artists drawing on a different theme every week. We just finished up our first topic of Killer Clowns and are moving onto Six Armed Alien Chef. I am truly honored to be part of such and awesome group and we look to be having a lot of fun. Check it out at timberlinedraw.blogspot.com!