Tuesday, August 26, 2008
You can get them on AMAZON now, and CHEAP! Only $10.17 for this hardcover volume. That's probably the best deal you're gonna find around town. And I'd love you to have a copy! It's at the printer now and coming along nicely. I just reviewed and signed off on the proofs. Again, for the die-hards, there'll be a limited edition version available soon, and you can hit me at APE for a personalized copy.
Thursday, August 21, 2008
It's in the can and at the printer! I'll have advance copies for sale at APE in November, and more than likely limited edition versions containing an original painting around the same time. More on that later. In the meantime, here's a sneak at some of the more watercolor-y storytelling found in the book. The art ranges throughout, but this particular style feels the most "right" to me for the types of stories I'm telling. I really hope you dig it.
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
This is your chance to not only bid on some amazing art in person, but to visit Pixar in the process. There are a variety of ways you can support the Totor Forest Project, and one of them is to get the top of the line ticket, which comes with original art by either me, Bill Presing, Enrico Casarosa, Ronnie del Carmen, or Dice Tsutsumi! Above are the four pieces I donated for the high-end ticket buyers. I call them TOTOPHANTS. Check out the TOTORO FOREST PROJECT blog for the latest!
Wednesday, August 06, 2008
The AMAZON LINK is live and ready for pre-orders with a very nice discounted price of $10.36! This is promising to be a very nice volume, 64 fully painted pages of heartbreaking love story. If you prefer to support your local retailer, remind them to order the book! Often times with smaller run books and boutique publishers you'll find that retailers may need a little prompting! It's in the current DIAMOND PREVIEWS catalogue in the AdHouse Books section!
You can download a PDF preview on the AdHouse Books Website, or view a nice plug of the book at COMIC RELATED!
Thanks again for the support. This is a volume that would make for great gift-giving as well, very accessible to new readers, featuring a single-panel-per-page format and no dialogue, but plenty of heart.