My message feed is going haywire. I love it!
All the pages of my first Sketchbook Project book have been digitized and uploaded to their site. 80 pages of lycanthropes and cat-girls. For those unfamiliar with my work, I should warn that this sketchbook contains a lot of nudity (because let’s face it, what self-respecting werewolf shackles themself with clothes?). THIS link should take you to the cover, which for some reason they’ve placed at the end of the slideshow. Just skip back to the beginning using the thumbnails underneath it.
The folks at the Sketchbook Project did a sterling job documenting the pages. The paper in the books is really thin, and it wasn’t until I was about halfway through that I started scanning and realised I’d need to add a heavier paper to avoid images showing through the other side. They seem to have don
We survived! Albeit somewhat exhausted. Details and sketches are on my blog .
This is the sort of interactive madness that happens on my blog. Swing by, and (if it’s not too late) feel free to join in! www.sturstein.blogspot.com
A few of my Deck Dolls are appearing in this:
It runs for a month.
I have a blog. It lives HERE . I’ll likely be posting stuff there that doesn’t get seen here, so everyone should come and visit.
Valentine’s Dei just turned 1! To celebrate we’re auctioning off the original off this piece on Ebay. Bidding will stay open until February 21. Click on the image to link to the site.
Sammi and I now have a big stack signed issue #2, so anyone interested in buying copies directly from us can send me a Bubblemail for details. We’ve still got copies of issue #1 as well.
We’re also planning to be at the Sydney Supanova convention this year, so if you’re in Sydney on June 17-19 you can drop in and visit us :)
Oh, and next week is Valentine’s Dei’s first birthday, so to celebrate we’ll be auctioning off some of my art on Ebay. More details on that later.
My contribution to the 2011 Sketchbook Project is in the mail.…
Assuming everything goes smoothly, it should be touring the US in Brooklyn, NY Austin, TX – San Francisco, CA – Portland, ME – Atlanta, GA – Chicago, IL – Washington, DC – Winter Park, FL.
Then it finds a cozy, permanent home in The Brooklyn Art Library. If you get a chance to check it out, this is what you’re looking for:
It was kinda sad to see it go, but I plan to console myself by putting together a printed version, which I’ll make available for sale (sometime in the near future, hopefully). Some of the drawings I liked, some not so much, but I’ll try to restrain myself from editing. It is, after all, meant to be a sketchbook.
I’ll continue to post some of the pages here on RB, but only the better ones.
It was fun (even
A while back I added this lovely lass as a skateboard design on my Zazzle account. A couple of weeks ago Zazzle removed it in response to an infringement claim by Summit Entertainment. Summit manage all the merchandise for Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Saga. What the fuck? I have no interest in either the books or the films (or anything related), so I’m not really familiar with their imagery, but I don’t see how Summit could possibly justify laying claim to a generic werewolf image. When I contacted Zazzle looking for answers they simply deferred me to Summit. Summit’s website conveniently lacks any sort of contact details. Since I wasn’t making any money off the design I couldn’t be bothered to pursue matters further.
What I find rather amusing is that no mention was made of the T-shirt, o