Phoenix Comicon Wrap up

Well, I know that it’s been done for a bit now, but I wanted to post a few things about the event.  Below is a picture of Angie Mayhew, my son, and Peter Mayhew.  Next is me with Mike Kunkel and his daughter.  While Mike was working the booth, his daughter was selling her own sketches (which I bought).


awesome costumes from some new friends.


These are some of the sketches that I was doing on the covers of the Sketch books that I was selling at the convention.


Here’s a convention wrap-up video.  Be sure to click the HQ button to watch in High Quality.

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3 Responses

  1. dane says:

    HEY! That’s my monkey! LOL!

  2. Spencer says:

    ooooo, oooo, ahhhhhh, ahhh

  1. July 17, 2009

    […] As I’ve mentioned before, I started doing art work and illustration work AGAIN back in December of 2007 and had a MARVELOUS first year.  I like to think of 2008 as my rookie year as an illustrator,  (yes, after 10 years doing graphics and Flash animation, I’m a rookie).  So, for the Phoenix Comicon in January of 2009, I put together my very first sketch book.  My intent was to show some of the development drawing created over the past year like a behind the scenes retrospective.  I will have these sketch books on hand at the San Diego Comic-Con and will be selling them for $5.00.  They have a space on the front of the book that I will draw a sketch on for another $5.00.  A nice little sampling of my sketches in full color with a personally requested sketch on the front for $10.00.  You can see a few of the sketches that I did at the Phoenix Comicon here. […]

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