Mostly sketches. Occasionally a painting. Nothing political other than caricatures reinforcing the truism "Politics is Show Business for Ugly People".
Looks great.Hope you can sell some more stuff.
Thanks Benjamin. I'm enjoying the process.
Kinda insecure when I pick up the markers. So I take a quick pass using some vellum to make sure I git the big notions about spotting the blacks. And of course I like the simple block out than anything I do with detail.
Excellent work, Ellis. Great gesture in the figures. BTW: when your Kickstarter is ready, I will find a way to invest and will also network for it. Keep us all posted.
Thanks Tom C. I plan on getting baclk to it soon. I've decided my approach will be doing all my frames and fades in photoshop with layer comps and then import them to storyboard pro where I can ken burns effect the stuff to some extent.I need to study existing kickstarters similar to mine. Keep everything pithy.
I'm officially encouraged. Sold two out of three.
Well, now you know what sells.When does the Kickstarter start?
Working on the Kickstarter today. Thanks for asking Benjamin.
Congrats on the sales, El! I esp'ly love the middle Batman (maybe the final version? the one that looks most like posterized Bruce Timm)."Pithy"!
Thanks Marty. I'll be returning to doing originals on ebay. I like the license that, as a one off, I can legally do any character and sell it.
I was wondering about the licensing thing Ellis. So, as long as you are selling originals and not prints, it's legal? Where did you learn this? Can you direct me to a legal website that covers the rules for such things?
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