MINITHLON’10: “I draw good”… and other stuffon November 22, 2010 at 11:51 am
Life around here has been pretty busy these past few weeks, and it’s not getting any lighter. With the soon-to-be-released subscriber’s section for the website (called “The Ninja Clan”) there’s plenty of stuff that needs to get done, like extra comics, wallpapers, downloadables, videos, photos, posters, calendars… the list goes on!
Nevertheless, I still enjoy working on commissioned artwork, and since the holiday season is soon to be upon us (it’s still November, so it’s NOT quite here yet) I thought that maybe I could do a little COMMISSIONATHLON for those people that would like to end the year with some art in their lives! It makes the perfect holiday gift for your geeky friend, loved one or future romantic interest! So, if you’ve got some art you need to get done before the year is out, be sure to drop me an email. I’ll be taking requests during this week, but due to all the other stuff that needs to get done I’ll only be able to handle 9 or 10 images this time. Send me a message and I’ll reply with prices and that sort of stuff.
NOTE: All images would be done before the actual holidays… in case you’re wondering.
On another note, over at HELLOwithCHEESE we’re trying to get the character Business Squirrel into a toy. How do we intend to do such a thing? Well, it’s easier if I just copy/paste Mr. Dern’s post here:
“If you click on the above picture or on this link, you’ll be taken to a site called Patch Together, which specializes in crowd-sourced vinyl toys, among other trinkets. Some other webcomickers have used this site to get their own vinyl made, and it’s something that I’ve really, really wanted to do, but lack the money/time/vinyl factory connections to get this project off the ground.
So this is where you come in. With about 150 votes with a high rating, it should send the Squirrel to the creation phase. You’ll have to register with the site, which is a pain. But from what I can tell, they’re not spamming and they’re not selling your information off to the highest bidder. Instead, they’re good folk providing a service for artists.”
OK, I guess that’s all for now.