We were totally there and it was awesome and the weather was nice and no, I wasn’t in Georgia having a heat stroke and eating a sandwich over the sink.
This was the second large drawing I did for HeroesCon’s Sunday’s Silent Auction. After I finished the Fantastic Four piece, I knocked this one out in about half an hour Saturday afternoon. Not the best set of photos of it, but hey.
Here are more art commissions I did at HeroesCon last weekend. (Part 2)
Here are some art commissions I did at HeroesCon last weekend. (Part 1)
I went to HeroesCon 2014, and aside from taking photos of my own drawings that I knocked out at the show, I did an awful job at taking photos of all the great people I travelled and shared a hotel with, people I met, friends I hadn’t seen in awhile. So, here are the four photos I took that weekend that weren’t of my stupid drawings. From the top:
Kim Swanson, with his Doctor Who drawing.
Recoil Comics publisher and artist Rich Tommaso.
Underrated cartoonist Sam Spina, during the last hour of the show.
Atomic Elbow editor/publisher and FLUKE coordinator Robert Newsome.
Here are some pics of RECOIL and Patrick Dean’s table at Heroes Con this past weekend. We did really well—sold a lot of Cold Crew comics. I believe they were the best seller next to Vikings’ End. No interest for The Cavalier Mr. Thompson graphic novel, but a lot for The Mysterious Case #1. Proving once again that 24 page comic books are America’s best entertainment value! ;^)
This is a large Fantastic Four drawing I donated to the Sunday Silent Auction at this year’s HeroesCon in Charlotte, NC. I penciled it in my hotel room the Friday night after my friends and I got back from dinner and inked it Saturday afternoon behind my table in Indie Island.