Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Planet Con and New Art

Hi again!

Got back the other week from the Chicagoland Card convention. It was a blast!! It was also my first ever table, and besides having to duct tape together table equipment at the last minute, and not knowing how to price any of my work, it went pretty awesome. I got to meet Katie Cook and Dave Dorman, as well as see Cynthia Cummins again. I had a great time talking to all of them, especially Katie and Cynthia. Not only are they incredibly talented, but just darn nice as well :D I also had a great time talking to a number of collectors as well as store owners, and it was VERY interesting learning about sketch cards from a non-artist point of view. I hope to talk to them more in the future.

Also, Tycen had a good time at the show. He literally took over the floor behind the tables and turned it into his own little train -land :D Chris

(Left to Right: Katie Cook, Cynthia Cummins, Me, Ray Dillon, Brent Engstrom, and Tycen in front )

Well, in other news, this weekend I'll be attending the Planet Con in Kansas City. Another table! It's fun, but boy can it be stressful! Learning how to draw in front of people is one thing I don't think I'll ever get used to :D

As for new artwork, here's a Zatanna commission, and a cover commission for a friends book called Janus. You can see more of my work at my Deviant Art or Comic Space account.

Still working on the DC: Legacy set. I took on an extra hundred cards ( WOO for extended deadlines!!!) Also working on the un-named comic project that will soon have a title, a mound of commissions, and a few other things here and there.

Okay, that's all for now, thanks for reading this far! Have a great day!!



-Mike "El Loco One" said...

WOW! Talk about a knock your socks off perspective wonderland.

Sean said...

Wish I had known you guys were at Chicago. If you drove I would've had you guys swing through here on the way back home to check out Metropolis.

Hope you and Ray are "weather-ing" things better than it looked like Jon's place is.

Allan Josh Mills said...


Love this angle. All your works great, Renae. Keep it coming!

Mark said...

I still remember when you were too afraid to even mention you like to draw, much less show any of your actual artwork...