the first of some one panel comics.....and of course they'll all be unsuitable for romantics.....
as i approach 500 overtime hours of production art this year (holy shit, it is only august?), i am still looking toward that someday when the dust settles, metaphorically and literally...i am often coated in dust by somebody grinding on fiberglass or cutting steel within a visceral moan of where i am trying to paint. working for the likes of disney, universal and sony sounds cool but can grind one down as well. as mentioned last post, as these deadlines are met i still try to crank out a deli lid or two for my sanity's sake....i'll put them all here eventually. or the best ones, anyway.
with regards to other branches of my own work, still progressing on comics and illustrations on the side, which i will share soon. i was also recently contacted by an art consultant who is interested in using select images of paintings (or, in some cases, the paintings themselves). in the past i have avoided some of these inquiries because it wasn't a good fit, but i like most of the this particular group's projects. that dialogue has just begun.
last, SOS ART for a better world is exhibiting its 2015 book illustrations later this month at xavier university. i'd have to look back to see who all is included in that, but i am particularly excited to be showing with brian level, a fellow cincinnatian and comic book artist who is the best there is at what he does, and what he does isn't very nice (that's a comic book joke). below is the postcard, where you get a good look at his poignant take on the charlie hebdo attack (L), and mine (BR), regarding disadvantaged children in our society.
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