First off, I want to thank everyone who came by the sketch crew booth and either bought a print, a sketch or just stopped by to say "hi". The show was incredible.
Saturday was cool, lots of people dressed up as the costume contest was that night. I can't tell you how many Jokers, Storm troopers and Batmen I say. LOL!!! Most costumes were cool. Including the home made proton pack that the Ghost busters Peter Venkmen had on. The slave princess Leah however
well if ya saw, you know. LOL! Saturday was also a great day for sketches. I drew a Curt Kobain tribute piece for a Nirvana fan which I've posted. Inked a few pieces penciled by Tony De la Cruz. And ended up doing one of the best Spidey's I've done. Didn't get a picture though. Doh!!! I also, got to meet Bernard Chang (Wonder Woman artist), got to show him some of my sample pages and he had a lot of good things to say, and gave me a few pointers and tips. He said "if I were a chef, I have all the ingredients, am making edible food that tastes good, but it's not 5 start yet." Then he gave me his e-mail and told me to stay in touch and to send him stuff periodically and he'll keep critiquing me.
Sunday was a crazy day, as most of us(all attending exhibitors, artists, writers, etc.) were a little slow from the drinking after the show the night before. LOL!!!!!! I got to meet Gail Simone(Wonder Woman writer) and had her sign an bunch of my Wonder Woman comics and gave her a pic of Wonder Woman I had drawn(see pics posted) I was able to meet and talk a little with Frank Cho(Brad Moon, check out the pic and see what ya missed man. ) Got Bob Layton to sign the iron Man Demon in a bottle issue, had Barry Kiston sign some Spidey's and Erik Larson to sign some stuff as well. Sold a ton of sketchbooks and mini comics that I had printed up. I was also able to sit down with C.B. Cebulski of Marvel comics. He was quite impressed with what I did(see sample pages posted) and the improvement from the last time we had spoken. He told me a few things I should think about when I'm putting together a page, but all in all he liked what he say and told me to e-mail him so that he can send me a few sample Marvel scripts to work on, and when I get them back to him, he said he would pass them along to the appropriate editor so that I can get specific feedback from each one. I alsogot o get some cool pics with the zombie Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl, check out the pics.
There was a lot more that happened but I don't think it could fit into 1 posting. Hope everyone is well, and more art coming soon.
Onward and upward in '09
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Anyone who wants an original piece of Harrison Wood art should contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org . I don't have set prices yet (will post those soon) They won't be super hight since I'm not a top notch artist yet. But, I would like to get more of my stuff out to the people and let them know I'm here.
"If you are ending up where you want to be, what difference does it make whether you went fast or slow? Or what difference does it make whether it was painful before it got really good? Isn't that the point of free will? You get to choose."
--- Abraham Excerpted from the workshop in San Francisco, CA on Saturday, July 30th, 2005
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