Tuesday, June 30, 2009

HeroesCon- whew!

it took awhile to get back to normal post-HeroesCon but things have finally settled down. Shelton, Dusty and the Heroes Aren't Hard to Find crew put on a top show like always; much beloved, appreciated, and never taken for granted. Thanks to them and everyone that stopped by the table, for all the folks we got to catch up with there are even more who i missed in the mad rush trying to finish sketches ("sketches" ;p). only downside was not getting to be there like a fan i am and nerd out at all the amazing artists who attended (and were tough acts to follow- Paul Azaceta, Andy Kuhn.....grrr).
was a spastic 24-7 art factory here at Casa De Gavel during the month leading up, outside of unfinished commissions and the beautiful and shiny golden sketchbook Rico put together at IndigoInk, there've been 5 new pages of Loose Ends come and gone that i can only share in clipped form. sorry.

Rico painted these based on a group argument over whether Wonder Woman could fly ;p and they sold before he finished

salvaged this from an old email rounding up stuff for the sketchbook, the full size file died with the hard drive, but it prints pretty good for a jpg

finally, started up a Deviant Art account: http://kickstandkid78.deviantart.com/
aye, enough babble, have a good one


Skylark- said...

Cool post...

Pat Bollin said...

My girlfriend, Renee Rivas, is the happy owner of those Wonder Woman paintings. She's really happy with them.

Reneenay10 said...

I love the paintings! I am going to have them framed side by side. They make me smile! :-)

arnie said...

gald you made it back in one piece, and i'n also pleased to see loose ends is still progressing.

peace out

Adam Temple said...

Cool style!

andy kuhn said...


thanks for the shout out, dude. it was awesome to meet you in charlotte, and great to see rico again as well. you are such a masterful artist, you've gotta know i'm a huge fan of your work!!!
i cant' wait for LOOSE ENDS, what i've seen so far looks incredible. if you go to san diego, please stop by the image booth, phil hester and i have a table there. if not, i'm sure i'll see you down the road somewhere.
stay awesome!

your fan for life,
andy kuhn

Guillermo P. Mogorrón said...

Awesome colour choices on that boxer, and very nice drawing.

Cris Peter said...

Hi :)
Thanks for the comments on DA! Is a pleasure hear from you :D
Your work is awesome and I'm gonna add your blog to my links right now :P

Gary Fitzgerald said...

boondock saints? nice cover

Anonymous said...

I love the paintings because of the great color combination great work, do work like this in the future also, all the best..........


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