Many thanks to Alex Leon for helping behind the table at C2E2. I’ve had the pleasure of having Alex in my Cartooning and Storyboarding/ Sequential Art classes at the College of DuPage, and he was a big help on Friday.
On Saturday, I owe many thanks to Phil Thompson of Cape Horn Illustration for helping on Saturday- one of the busiest C2E2 days I’ve had. Check out Phil’s amazing Chicago prints and Marathon Maps on his website.
C2E2 was the biggest ever (according to the closing announcer, but he does, to be fair say that every C2E2…). I had a great time and owe many thanks to Phil Thompson of Cape Horn Illustration for helping at the table on Saturday, Alex Leon for helping on Friday, and Alli and Cora helping close Sunday strong! Over the next week or so I’ll be posting some pics of the show since I was too tired to do it in medias res.
The newest Dragon and Goat book is here just in time for C2E2! Come check it out (if you’re in Chicago!) in Artist Alley at Chicago’s Comics and Entertainment Expo. I’ll be at table K-14. This book The Case of the Robo-Werewolf features two classic Dragon and Goat adventures that have never before been printed in FULL COLOR.
Prepping the backboard for the table display for the newest Dragon and Goat book: The Curse of the Robo-Werewolf! Come check out the book at C2E2 in McCormick Place this coming weekend. I’ll be in Artist Alley at table K-14!
Getting through the last pages of the next Dragon and Goat book, I needed to recharge my cartooning batteries with a quick charcuterie plate of wheat thins, a home-made slim jim (thanks, Dad!), and a variety of cheeses. A meal fit for a Dragon (not a Goat, because he doesn’t eat meat).
This week we are celebrating the 1st birthday of Cora, Dragon and Goat’s newest and biggest fan! Dad specially made her this hand-painted card that she will cherish… until she starts drawing on it herself.