ABSTRACT STUDIO COMICS – JOURNAL
I like to sell my art so that it will be in loving homes across the planet rather than collected in my studio where one lightning bolt could erase my life’s work. I’ve read too many artist biographies that have a chapter about the night the studio caught fire, or said artist went on a bender and decided he should burn it all and become a nun.
So, with that in mind, all my art is for sale. If you see a page in my books you might like to have for your own, email us and we’ll let you know if it’s available. To keep the door open, we always keep some art posted online in our store just as a reminder. So the store might have 40 or 50 pages posted for sale, but those listings are also invitations to talk to us about any page I’ve ever drawn. I can’t post them all because it would crash the interwebbernet thingy.
So today I’ve brought these two pages from Motor Girl 3 to Show And Tell. Not just because they are charming moments between Samantha and Mike, but because they explain the basic idea of the entire story in one brief conversation. I won’t say any more because it’s not my place to explain my own stuff—hopefully the story isn’t THAT obtuse. But, both pages are in the store, for sale, and there’s more there to look at. Feel free to browse and see what the originals look like. And if you like one, email the lovely and talented Robyn, Keeper of the Pages. She’ll be happy to work with you.
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ps. I notice none of my text links are identified in the posts, like being in blue or underlined. For this post I handmade the links as Italics just so they would identify themselves. Anybody know how to fix this on WordPress?
This is a repost from yesterday because we had a glitch with the checkout phase of the subscription. That’s fixed now and we’re ready for you!
Due to popular demand—really!—we are now offering a subscription to Motor Girl. Sign up now and your subscription will include issues 4 through 10. Click HERE for the link.
Due to the expense of using the post office these days, and the fluctuating prices, we can only offer this subscription inside the USA.
Just drew the cover for Motor Girl 6. I know you must be wondering why, when issues 4 and 5 haven’t even come out yet. The answer is because I have to solicit each issue in the distributor catalog months in advance and it’s 6’s turn. Well, okay then.
So here’s a look at the line art before it goes to Steve Hamaker to be rendered in glorious technicolor. Steve has a routine of working while live-streaming on Twitch. I highly recommend watching him work, it’s fascinating. I always login and watch, just to answer any questions he may have. It doesn’t seem to take him long, but he is a master. He sends up an alert on Twitter when he’s online.
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