The udder day* I submitted this Tatterhoof piece for Emoorald City Cowmicon’s Moonsters & Dames artbook. I herd back from them and it wasn’t selected (bull if you ask me). I suspect these puns may calf been the reason, but hay what can you do.
*by now this was actually about a year and a calf ago.
**I swear there won’t be this many puns in the actual Tatterhood story.
This weekend I’m at Emerald City Comicon – with a brand new (and final!!) version of Corpse Door! Rachel Kahn and I are at Artist Alley Table T11 with uncanny comics filled with swords, spirits and spoons. Trolls, Weald, Sidequests, and lotsof other tales are there! So if you’re in Seattle, come on up – way up!
My final (and favorite) piece for the Vancouver Comic Jam Art Show! This is just a snippet of it – the full panel has some gore and a bit of nudity in it, so be warned; this is not one for the kids or the nanas of the world. It shows Tatterhood fighting a variety of (mean) trolls (and while not all trolls are mean or evil, these ones most definitely are). The full image can be seen here, and the process of the piece can be seen here. This is a scene that could hypothetically be in my hypothetical graphic novel should I ever hypothetically get working on it.
The show is still on at The Wallflower and for those unable to attend, I’m continuing to update my list/links of other artists’ panels.
At this point and time, my site is now going to be on hiatus as I redesign (yay!) and reprogram (aargh) everything, so hopefully I’ll be back in a few months. In the meantime, I will still be creating, crafting, costuming and comicing, elsewhere on the web. In fact, you can find me on… cosplay craftster deviant art dingo games twitpic twitter tumblr
I will likely sneak back in if there’s any important game news to write about. And true, while I have been quite absent before for long periods of time, at least this time its planned!
‘A long time ago’ I created some stamps for a course in university; the theme was “Canada” so I based mine on the L’Anse aux Meadows site in Newfoundland. It was inspired by viking-era word carvings, and targeted towards children. Seeing as the 50th anniversary of the discovery of this site was recently celebrated, I decided to upload a stamp. Yes, the boat is going east instead of west, but that’s to give an impression of movement (when you put the stamp on a letter, it’s like the ship is going to sail off of the envelope oooOOooh).
The stamp is badly dated. And begs to be redone. The typeface, the alignment, the drawing…all makes me cringe a bit. There’s a reason why the design part of my gallery is so bare. I’ll have to redo my stamp series – I must! I think I’ve grown since this project, and I’d really like to revisit it. Along with a lot of my past work.
I’ll just add it to the list of stuff that needs a reboot. Like this site :S
Who doesn’t love a good hat? Top hat, fedora, bowler, pillbox, tricorn, viking-rus style, cavalier – those are just some of the types that I own! Hats can be found all around, but do drop by to Edie Hats if you’re in the area – you’re bound to find the perfect hat gift there.
*imagine a picture of my feet in some really cool socks*
I have always, always enjoyed getting socks for the holidays. I always need them, and the kinds I get are always awesome – notable the ones bought by my Da (grandfather). Give that special someone a special gift for their feet – find some sweet socks at Sock It To Me.