Bryan Tillman changed his look back to his 2010 look.
He finished his game, Dark Legacy, and it’s going to be released on August 16th at Gen Con, a giant gaming convention. Dark Legacy can be purchased on Amazon, or from Bryan, but Toys-r-Us is looking very closely at it. In addition to Dark Legacy, Bryan’s been doing sketch cards for Marvel. Continue reading “Comic Con 2012: Bryan Tillman”
David sculpts in plastiline and then has them molded and cast in resin. He’s been sculpting for three years. He got into it by designing characters, which lead to toy designing, and then the toy company he worked for, McFarland Toys, needed sculptors so he got moved to sculpting. Continue reading “Comic Con 2012: David Silva”
Thomas Gianni has been doing Comic Con for 20 years, but this is only his second year in Artists Alley. He trained as an artist at the American Academy of Art in Chicago and still lives there. His character, Mechanic Anna, is soon to be a graphic novel, sometime in late fall. Continue reading “Comic Con 2012: Thomas Gianni”
Vincent does a lot of painting and travels around to comic conventions and music festivals. He’s part of an art group called the Infusion Project. They stated in San Diego and are now pretty much nationwide. They bring artists together and create collaborative projects. Continue reading “Comic Con 2012: Vincent Gordon”
Ron is still teaching full time at Mount Sac (Mount San Antonio College). Now that it’s summer, he has a little more time and has been writing more of “The Inside Out King” and doing visual development for it. Continue reading “Comic Con 2012: Ron Brown”
I didn’t think anything could top Sabrina’s costume last year, but, man, was I WRONG! Rhinestones! She started at the top for me: the hair is tubular creniline and some dreds that Brandy from Diva Dreds made for her to blend everything in (Sabrina made it in the hotel room the night before because she was craving purple). Continue reading “Comic Con 2012: Sabrina!”
“Level Up” was nominated for an Eisner, it didn’t win, but being nominated is an honor in and of itself. This coming December, Tiem’s first solo book, “Sumo,” will be published by the same publisher as “Level Up.” Thiem says it’s amazing and wonderful and can be pre-ordered on Amazon. Continue reading “Comic Con 2012: Theim Pham”
Mary has a new volume of “Faux Facts” volume four. Mary was busy with conventions last year, especially on Womanthology panels and discussions. She’s very pleased with the way Womanthology came out. She spent much of last year refining her comics techniques. This is her fourth Comic Con and although she’s happy to do the con, she’d rather it go back to being more comics focused.
For more SDCC 2012 coverage, here’s Comic Con all in one big post.
Pang, the Wandering Shaolin Monk, comic
Ben is working on volume 2 of Pang and he made a new poster for Comic Con. He was busy with conventions last year and working on his book, which should be available by Comic Con 2013. Continue reading “Comic Con 2012: Ben Costa”
Falling Rock National Park
Josh makes wonderful comics that use nubby “chipboard” covers that look totally great. He started drawing comics in his fourth grade math class because he liked drawing more than math. He did a strip in high school, another one in high school, and now he does “Falling Rock National Park,” which is syndicated in college newspapers and it’s also online. Josh has taken drawing classes but he studied English and Japanese History at Oberlin College. Continue reading “Comic Con 2012: Josh Shalak”