February 14, 2008

Buy some original George artwork!

Well, I did it. I've been following through on a lot of my promises lately, and this is one of them. If you visit the George Art page, you can buy original, hand-drawn George character sketches for a measly six bucks each. Talk about your cheap original artwork. I drew up some samples last night, and I'll be posting them on the aforementioned Art page in the very near future.

You know, for three years I didn't draw any cartoons on paper. I used graphics tablets. And while my artwork improved by leaps and bounds, my hand-drawn-on-paper cartoons still leave something to be desired, to me personally. I've been investing a lot of money in different types of papers, pencils, and pens trying to find materials that are comfortable and effective for me. I've got a big order coming from dickblick.com, but in the meantime, any of you artist types out there...what do you use, and why? I'm open to all suggestions regarding tools and techniques to make my artwork better.

3 comments:

Laurie said...

Very cool! (By the way, I'm loving the mall story line!)

Anisa said...

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Richard said...

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