The fine folks at Kängtrollspel asked me if I would create a drawing for a character that Jesper Myfors created. Of course, I said yes. I always enjoyed working with Jesper in the day.
Kängtrollspel is a game developer. The illustration is for their blog that gives away freebies. They have produced the games "Nattens Varelser", a gothic horror game, and "Action!", a 70s and 80s action rpg.
Here is an excerpt of the description in Jesper's words. "Juniper Tom is the physical manifestation of a vengeful nature spirit that after losing much of its forests to human development seeks revenge on those who harmed it."
This is the conundrum; when I am lining up jobs, I am not producing work. When I am producing work,I am not lining up jobs. I know it is a time management issue, and it is an issue I have had trouble juggling for a very long time. Add to it the fact that I really just want to stay at the board, it makes those of us who are not natural born "salesmen" put the selling/marketing aspect of the business off for as long as possible. Guilty.
Six sugar skull images combined into one colorful print.
You all know that I issue ACEO card art challenges to my local art guild. The cards I created for the Day of the Dead challenge were well received, so I floated the idea of making them all available as a print. The idea was enthusiastically received so here it is.
Here are my entries for the Day of the Dead Challenge.
The ACEO card challenge that I proposed for my art guild is running out of steam but I'm still up for it. Especially the Day of the Dead challenge. We didn't get enough participation so it was extended another month.
Well, I'm torn. The Kehler-Liddell Gallery where I just had my exhibit is looking to expand their membership. I inquired about it and was sent the information I needed. The cost is pretty steep, but they do a lot for the money.
Liddell Gallery show with Golden Eyed Cheetah Sphinx and Wine Glass Half Full closes in three days. The Artists as Curators III exhibit that is showing two of my pieces at the Kehler Liddell Gallery in West Haven will be over in 3 days. It has been a good show and a wonderful experience. This Sunday it comes down.
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