Kaiden and I at my artist alley booth at Shuto Con 2016.
Thank you, everyone, who stopped by my artist alley table at Shuto Con 2016! It was a blast, and super successful! I can’t wait to do it again next year.
It means the world to me that so many people were interested in my novel! I was able to pass out a lot of business cards with the link, and I even sold some original prints from The Art of Falling. You guys have shown me that not only do you think this story is worth reading, but it’s also worth supporting. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Here are some of my favorite commissions that I drew over the weekend:
‘The Liar’ mashes Renaissance-style wit and crowd interactions for a unique stage experience.
To lie or not to lie.
That is the question asking in “The Light,” the Department of Music, Theater and Dance’s
current play showing in Varner Studio Hall. It will be shown Nov. 13 through Nov. 23.
Directed by Anthony Guest, the play is adapted from the comedy by Pierre Corneille. It follows the story of the liar Dorante, played by Gabriel Jamison, and his attempts at winning over the young maiden Clarice, played by Jillian Hoffman.
Big news! I will be attending Shuto Con 2016 in Lansing, Michigan from March 17-20th as a vendor in the Artist Alley.
In addition to selling pencil and ink commissions, 5×7 matted prints of my nature photography, and fan art prints of popular cartoons (including Steven Universe, Teen Titans, Danny Phantom, and Miraculous Ladybug) I will also be selling EXCLUSIVE prints of characters from The Art of Falling! With every AoF print sold, I will be providing the first chapter of the novel and an excerpt from the sequel.
If you or someone you know is going to be at Shuto Con, please stop by my booth at A14 and say hello, support the novel, and give me your feedback! I would be more than happy to meet some readers and fellow fans of great cartoons and anime.