I’ve had a packed week last week! I went to Galaxy Comic Book and Fantasy Art Expo and Toyz N Cosplay Con two of the same weekends ago, and I last minute decided to go to Moraine Valley Graphic Novel Symposium on that Wednesday and Thursday after!Continue reading
I’ve been lying low online lately as a sort of mini break. I’m mainly writing my next comic, learning to write any comics and figuring out a few of my concerns with my art and my business in making art.
I went to Southside Comic Book Show last Saturday. It was tiny and slow for me and there were mostly toy sellers and seven artists including me: Juan Gomez, Darryl Young, Johnathan Grimm, Donald Mcquay and Edward Sims of Kensai Productions, and Bryant Bell. I sold three comics, but not much else. I mainly sat around and drew Jojo Characters all that day.
I’ll be at Galaxy Comics Book and Fantasy Art Expo on September 21st at the Joliet Area Historical Museum in Joliet, IL!
This is the second time exhibiting at this cozy convention so I hope to see you there too!
I went to Indiana Comic Con 2019 last weekend with Chris Scott as a table partner and it was great! The initial drive and check-in at my hotel room went easier than I expected and the venue was large but not crowded!
Early set-up there was alright. The tables we shared were smaller than the original set up we had at Revolution, so we prayed nothing would fall off the corners. Chris sadly forgot his banner and my banner was obscured by my wire grates and signs.
There, I’ll be debuting some new stickers courtesy of Sticker Robot! One is a 2×2 inch Round Sticker and the other is a 3×2 Die Cut Sticker of my popular Hipster Medusa!
Later after that, I’ll be at the Southside Comic Book Show in Apollo Recreation Center in Alsip, Illinois on September 14, 2019! Come and meet me!
I’ll be at Indiana Comic Convention on August 30th to September 1st! I’m reworking some new things with the stuff I sell like cool stickers!
It’ll be my first time in Indianapolis, so this is a new experience for me.
Again, I’ll be table sharing with Chris Scott, so stop by, say hi, buy our books, and give us high fives!
A portfolio is a gallery of your work that you’ll show to people to demonstrate your artwork whether it’s in a book or online. It’s a reflection of the type of art you do and what art you want to be hired to do. Some could argue that a portfolio also represents what kind of person you are.
If you’re an artist and you want to get paid making art for people, you’ll need a portfolio to tell people that yes, you’re an artist and your services are for sale.
Visual art portfolios vary depending on the art job that you want but these are some universal tips to making a portfolio in generalContinue reading