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For the first time, I am offering my graphic novel original comic book art from RAIL: BROKEN THINGS available for sale at San Diego Comic-Con this year. This is the artwork that appears in the WASTED LANDS OMNIBUS, which is premiering this year at Comic-Con through Magnetic Press, as well as at my Booth #4500. Additionally, I am selling my pencil sketch art pieces from my 2014 Edition of my LEADWORKS #2 Book. Here are some images of me loading the artwork into my portfolios today as well as a new look at what the cover of the new WASTED LANDS OMNIBUS book looks like.
Thanks everyone, for reading. I hope to see you at SDCC – I’ll be at Booth #4500, which is an end cap booth facing the lobby, near Door F, in the first aisle running parallel to the lobby. Watch for me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to be posting fun images of the show this year. Here’s my links:
http://twitter.com/DaveDorman (@DaveDorman on Twitter)
On Instagram, I’m under DaveDormanArtist.
I will be at REEL ART in Berwyn on March 22nd from Noon until 3 p.m. Meet some really amazing artists whom I am proud to call my friends and colleagues: Hilary Barta, Randy Broecker, Dougherty & Nieves, Gary Gianni, Scott Gustafson, Doug Klauba, Aaron Miller and Alex Wald.
Here is a flyer announcing the event:
I will be doing a children’s learn-to-draw teaching demo event with Barnes & Noble in West Dundee, Illinois (Spring Hill Mall) on Friday, November 22nd from 5 – 7 p.m. This is a chance for children ages 5 – 12 to learn “How to Draw Star Wars Art.” I will be presenting this demo and coaching attendees on their drawing skills. If you live in the Chicagoland area and are looking for a really engaged bookstore offering family-friendly events, check out this particular Barnes & Noble.
In other news, I am continuing my pre-holiday sale on my convention Giclee’ prints – just $25, since I won’t be doing any more conventions until 2014, so buy them here: http://www.davedorman.com/dormanartprints.shtml
Here’s the art demo piece I did for Blick Art Supplies last weekend – a zombie Stormtrooper (photography by Kim Evans Worley):
If you’re in the Midwest and looking for a family-friendly comic book convention, Indy PopCon in Indianapolis May 30 – June 1st will be the show to attend. This new show is run by my friend Larry Zore, of Comics Price Guide fame. If you’re an artist or vendor interested in being a part of Indy PopCon, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Indianapolis is a really cool city to check out, and they have a wonderful children’s museum there.
Remember to check out the critically acclaimed horror comic “The Other Dead” Issue #2 – it’s getting really fun as the tension builds. Issue #3 will be out soon as well. The Other Dead Issue #1 is sold out and reprints are in transition. The Other Dead Synopsis: Louisiana is Ground Zero for the animal kingdom to become zombified, as a Katrina-like hurricane bears down on Louisiana.
I was pleased to hear that the Joliet Star Wars Day Library Event I’ve been participating in the last three years has grown to become the largest worldwide according to Lucasfilm, so that’s great news for the City of Joliet.
I’m in the throes of clearing out my garage this week and I rediscovered my QVC appearance, so I will be digitizing that to throw online for you to have a good laugh. I also found my WEAR-TV (Pensacola ABC affiliate) appearance on BETA, so I’ll have to find someone to reformat it. I’m still missing my SciFi Channel appearance, so if anyone out there has video of it, I’d like to see it again.
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Have a great Sunday & thanks for reading,