i know you get this a lot but i really love your work. there's a feeling i get when i see your work and although it's indescribable, believe me when i say it's incredible. thank you for your contribution on this planet. i really appreciate it.
Thanks! I don’t get it that much, but I do appreciate you reaching out. I’m glad it’s got a positive effect.
Thank you so much for my Cyclops today, and the copy of Double +. It was awesome meeting you and cant wait to keep supporting your work for a long time to come. You're incredibly talented. Keep it up! i'll tag you in the pics when i post up the piece.
Thanks man! And thanks for getting the commission. It really means a lot when people come up and introduce themselves.
I know you must get asked this allot but I would like to start posting comics and illustrations but don't know how to get started. I was thinking of just doing it here on tumblr, but I would like to get your advice on if it would be wise or not to do so. I don't want to do anything super serious though so what would you suggest. How did you start out
Tumblr/twitter/Instagram/Facebook/flickr/whatever else are all good places to post stuff. Each one has it’s pros and cons. Just make sure you sign your work and link it back to your site.
I'll be selling prints at my first con in October *throws up repeatedly*, and was wondering if you had any suggestions about bagging prints after people have bought them? Plastic? Paper? Clear? Opaque? Handles? No handles?
I’m the worst at that. Up until June I was just handing them to people after they bought them. Now I’ve got them in paper bags. Mylar seems wasteful unless it’s a big/expensive print. Good luck!