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November 11th, 2009
Sorry abut the link problem. This might work better:
November 10th, 2009
Since Kekai is CA Friendly (I'm I showing my age on that reference?) thought you might like to see a bunch of step-by-step images he did for one of our covers.
September 2nd, 2009
Holy smokes I cannot wait for this book.
August 21st, 2009
Just a warning: only 10 spots left.
August 17th, 2009
For those locationally challenged: I'll do my best to document it. I'll take a million pictures, tweet, and try to get a few minutes of video here and there.
August 15th, 2009
It's been too long since the last Art Out Loud painting demo, making us doubly excited to announce Art Out Loud 6.
Five artists will be painting and answering questions simultaneously within the...
June 9th, 2009
And now, we have Dan Dos Santos wallpaper:
Congrats, Dan, on the Hugo nom.
June 8th, 2009
UPDATE: We now have Dan Dos Santos wallpaper:
Hey Guys - I'm...
The Hugo award is arguably the most coveted honor a work of science fiction or fantasy can receive and yet it has never had an official logo to go with its famous 1950s automobile hood...
April 6th, 2009
I didn't know you were Prostate Sunrise! too funny. And awesome work. (Looking forward to the book cover for us!)
We're getting super excited about Reverie. We'll try to get a bunch of Greg's work up in the Finished forum but in the menatime, I put a lengthy cover process post on tor.com, including...
March 21st, 2009
i need to stop by more often. These are great!
January 28th, 2009
Yes, you caught me a bit of self pimpery....but i thought maybe one or two people here might be interested in working for Wizards of the Coast??? Jon has some tips here...and he seems like one nice...
He is, without question, my favorite painter. When I found out I got all teary and had to close the door to my office for a long while. At 91 and with his career...no one could ask for much...
December 10th, 2008
NY Comic Con has come a long way in three years. Its was a good time last year.
I love you, Tim.
November 30th, 2008
Hmmm..isn't Google one of the biggest backers of the Orphan Works bill? I'd like to see them start helping creators by being on the other side of that issue.
As I typicaly say, I try to keep these pimps to a minimum but....
Brad Holland s no ordinary artist. You can check an interview with him here:...
October 30th, 2008
This is a great question...looking forward to your thoughts on this.
a few quick questions with Dan here:
And, new illos here:...
Just listened in. Great interview. I like the point about not having still life and figure studies in a portfolio. Save em for the blog - portfolios should be geared toward the commercial work you...
I loves Twitter. I've said this elsewhere but, it's about letting casual friends into the small everyday rhythms of your life.
Pre Twitter MondayAM office conversation:
I try not to do too much “Over Here!” but I had asked Todd Lockwood to give me “one or two” progress...
September 23rd, 2008
I started the blog almost by accident -- wanting to save a CA post I made for various school visits. Blogspot made it so, so easy to keep up.
I'm finding artists' blogs are often much...
Still can;t get over how emotionally AND intellectually AND artistically stunning your work is.. Not fair that you get all three in equal strength.
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