November 20 -22 there's going to be a very special event happening in beautiful downtown Burbank. The Creative Talent Network's first Animation Expo! Anyone who's at all interested in learning more about animation, breaking into the industry or meeting some of the industry pros should consider going. There'll be panels, recruiting and exhibitions. If you go to the web-site you'll find out a lot more info then I could possibly tell you here.
And since you're friends and/or fans of mine, oy, I've got such a deal for you. Just click on the link or got to http://www.ctnanimationexpo.com/ and use this code when you register: 34X09 . This code gives you 10% off any 3-day or 1-day pass.
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
First I want to say thank you to all of those who stopped by and said "hi" at the Con...a little late I know, but better late then...
It was fun meeting all of you and the Con was, as usual, quite an experience. If you've never been to the San Diego Comic Con then I highly recommend it. No where else will you see all that you can see there in one place. Even though its 'crazy' and crowded (though this year it didn't seem as crowded) my family and I look forward to it each year and wouldn't miss it.
Anyway just a quick update...things are starting to get busy again and are looking pretty promising for the future. I'm currently storyboarding on a small indy feature as well as continuing my work for HarperCollins on some children's super hero books. I also working on some independent projects. I'm drawing a 6 page comic for a friend who is putting together a cool little book with mulitple stories as well as working on a pitch for a children's book that my wife and I wrote together.
There's also some projects happening in the near future (I hope) and I'll let youk now as soon as those firm up more.
And in between all this I'm still working on some commissions (thank you all for your patience)!
Speaking of which here are some unused roughs for a commission I'm working on...