This is a busy few weeks coming up for me, but there's plenty of opportunities for me to meet some of my friends and fans in the course of the mayhem! If I've piqued your interest, check this out:
09/07/11: My Live Sketch Show will be back on the air Wednesday night at 8 pm (click on the link to check it out). This week's theme is Disney characters, so that should give people a wide selection to choose from. And as ever, I encourage you to contact me during the show via Ustream's chat window. You need to log in to Ustream to use the window, but registering is easy. It only takes a username and an email address. Once you've entered that info, you can chat with me and suggest characters to be drawn. Just like always, I'll have loads of useless trivia and my own brand of quirky humor to inject (or infect) into each sketch I create!
09/11/11: I will be giving a presentation about my art and career at the down town branch of the Ann Arbor Library on Sunday from 1-3 pm. It will start with a power point presentation, followed by a Q and A session, and I'll do some live sketches to round out the event. Click on this link for more information. Hope to see you there!
09/17/11: I'll have a table at The Cincinnati Comic Expo, which is a one-day comic con. I'll have prints, sketchbooks, and copies of Dead Duck for sale. So if you're in the area, come on over and say hi!
09/24/11-09/25/11: I'll be appearing at the Detroit Fanfare comic con on these two days, and will have everything I mentioned for the Cincinnati show, plus I'll be unveiling a couple new prints. Saturday night I'll be at The Shel Dorf Awards--an event hosted by Fanfare-- as a nominee for best kid's comic and best letterer (Little Green Men). Fans can purchase tickets and hang out with the nominees, so visit Fanfare's website and see about reserving a spot. I hope to see you guys there!
So that's pretty much my appearance schedule for the rest of the month. It would be great to see any of you at any of these events. But if I miss you, there's always next time. Take care, and I'll have more news to report soon!