also I drew some dapper dinos in some attendee sketchbooks.
i asked one person if they liked dark humor and they said “yeah” so I drew a bird that pulled out an old man’s eye. should‘ve got a photo of that one…
this was a view from my table at the Small Press Expo, which was positioned by one of the entrances. here we see a rare phenomenon, a gathering of individuals with an attention span that reaches independent artists, provisioned with money to support them. while some skeptics may continue to balk at any assertion of this rare breed’s existence, such a photograph provides irrefutable proof.
really though, SPX is a big deal for me and I always meet artists whose work is inspiring. im back on the work wagon, thanks again to everyone who stopped by. letter Q will be up soon for real (the work wagon moves at a pretty good clip when the wheels are on it.)
there’s sex and violence @ W-70 (but in a tasteful way u know)
“Patterns are all around us! Finding and understanding patterns gives us great power. With patterns we can learn to predict the future, discover new things and better understand the world around us. And playing with patterns is fun.” -mathisfun.com
I’m real goddamn happy to be sharing my table at the Small Press Expo with my friend Annelise Capossela. She’s a mad talented illustrator who’s circuitous artistic path has recently delivered her to sequential art & the result is something unique and promising. SPX 2012 is gonna be her convention debut so stop by table W-70 and show her some love!