My cover for IDW’S TMNT#25: City Fall-part 4
The cool thing about this issue is that I’ll be teaming up with the legend and TMNT co-creator Kevin Eastman who will do the breakdowns/preliminary layouts!
“CITY FALL” part 4: City Fall continues as Shredder reveals his new second-in-command: Leonardo! While the underworld readies their armies, the Turtles must come together if they have any hope of saving their brother. Don’t miss this landmark 25th issue that sees the launch of a full-scale war on New York City! The Savate, Foot Clan, and Slash are all back — along with a couple of shocking special guests!
Btw, all these covers are colored by me.
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I’m not all that big into TMNT but this cover is totally radical.
Sure! I’m going to look into exactly how much it would cost to buy and ship the comics internationally, and then I can make a more detailed post about how to request a signed cover. You can preorder the comic online, and I will make sure to sign them! =)
P.S. a limited number of comics with my Adventure Time cover will also be on sale at Chapel Hill comics:
If they don’t sell out, I’d be glad to mail some signed copies of that out as well!
Remember a couple weeks ago I said I had an awesome surprise? This is it!
I did an exclusive MLP comic cover for Chapel Hill comics, and they are holding a release party where I’ll be signing copies (and hopefully also have some copies of my own Sister Claire book!) Click the link below to find out more information:
P.S. This cover is going to SPARKLE! I’m so excited, this is the first time any of my work got the glitter treatment. <3
Hiveworks table GO! Megan and Cory. Not pictured—Isa, who is…somewhere? And me, who is taking the picture. :D
The table looks epic! XD
Does anyone have any tips on building a display for tables at comic conventions? In Belgium I have a portable folding panel like this:
It’s extremely heavy and also on another continent, so it’s not a viable option for me to display my wares at the next cons I go to here in the US.
I have seen people build some creative displays using plastic pipes that arc over them and clamp onto their table, which they can then hang light display pieces on. I am curious if anyone has a guide to such a thing?
There would be a really big market for easy to make DIY displays for artist alleys. If I figure out how to make a decent one, I’ll make a tutorial.
And this is another Sailor Mew comic I did! I hope I can draw some more soon to introduce the other characters. (You can see the other artwork and comics in the Sailor Mew tag.)