Well it’s finally live! My Kickstarter campaign for the trading card set that I’ve been talking about at every convention is seeing the light! My very first trading card set featuring artwork that I’ve been producing and posting fairly regularly on my Facebook page. The theme of this set is the women of horror films. 25 cards and 1 special Kickstarter backed card. A portrait is on the front and cool info about that character is on the back. There are a couple pledge levels to choose from. It’s a clear and simple campaign. Sign up to own a deck now before it’s sold out! Only 500 sets will be produced.
I’ll have a table at the STEEL CITY CON this weekend, Dec 4th-6th at the Monroeville Convention Center. If you’re in the area, come and visit. My art make perfect gifts!
These 4 of the 6 Artist Return sketch cards I did for Topps Star Wars Chrome Perspectives will be up on my eBay page beginning Friday November 13th @ 9:00 PST. With a starting price of $60 a piece.
Back in July of this year I had the fantastic opportunity to participate in creating a batch of sketch cards for TOPPS, specifically to be used for an upcoming STAR WARS trading card set; CHROME PERSPECTIVES: JEDI VS SITH. This is the first time I’ve ever contributed sketch card art for anything let alone for Topps and Star Wars. It’s was a big deal for me! I produced 56 cards in about 3 weeks. I put all of these sketch cards here and in the Sketch Cards section of the Gallery. Granted they’re only sketch cards and will be randomly inserted into packs, but it’s a start. I hope to be invited for more work with Topps in the future. As part of payment, I received 6 Artist Return cards that I specifically selected. I plan to have them up on eBay for sale soon. PATREON subscribers and those who have signed up for the NEWSLETTER have priority. Join in if you want dibs on the action. Stay tuned for details!
Have a listen HERE.
I have to stop saying that I did that painting in 2013. It was 2012! Golly, how time flies. I also found out that the film’s ghost concept designs were Guy Davis NOT Mike Mignola. So close. Lastly, it’s fun to point and talk art on an audio podcast. 😛
Thank you Sean and Aaron for having me on!