Friday, July 19, 2013

Monster Portraits part 2

I mentioned awhile back that something I started doing in my spare time are classic monster portraits.  I plan on doing some more complicated narrative scenes in this vein, but in the mean time I have been taking on some private commissions.  Here is the most recent.

"The Monster 2" 8 x 10 oil on board

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Watts Atelier Online!

Hey all,

I am very excited to announce the Watts Atelier online school starting at the end of August.  For anyone who has ever wanted to attend the Atelier, but was unable to relocate to southern California, this is your chance.  The online school is going to be as close to attending the school as you can get without moving here.  Check out the trailer below to get a glimpse at what you can expect.  You can also follow this link to the online schools website

Also for those of you attending San Diego Comic Con this week you can get a preview at Jeff's demonstrations, here is a schedule.

Friday, July 19th
2:00-3:00pm Portrait Drawing Demo and Intro to Watts Atelier Online
Room 30CDE

Saturday, July 20th
5:15pm-7:00pm Portrait Painting Demo and Intro to Watts Atelier Online
Room 2

San Diego Comic-Con Appearance

Hey all,
Just a quick note to let you know I will be doing a signing at the Darkhorse Comics Booth (#2615) Thursday from 10am-11am  come on by and get a free poster and my John Hancock.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

P.A.C.T. Indiegogo

Hey all,  I am sure most of you already know about the Indiegogo campaign going on right now to raise funds for the Profession Artist-Client Toolkit.  Over the last twenty year professional illustrators have been asked to do more, faster, with no increase (or in some cases a decrease) in pay every year.  P.A.C.T is an attempt to aid and educate today's illustrator to protect themselves.  We have certain rights, or rather should have certain rights that have slowly been eliminated from even the lowest paying jobs.  So rather than just complain about it, a group of brave souls decided to do something about it.  I know it seems like a bunch of nerds and fan boys are complaining about how much they get paid to draw dragons, but this is our livelihood, how we support our families.  So go to the site, and if the urge strikes you, give what you can.  If you give enough there are many GREAT perks, from stickers to original art.