Hello Friends and Enemies!
Thank you for your continued support of CTOB. The site remains an evolving document and I'm pleased to announce that we now enter I. Be prepared to launch into issue 2.5 of CTOB: #IllustrationADay.
I've set myself to the task of drawing a new illustration every day, for as many consecutive days as I can. I'll be sending the results through CheckThisOutBabe.com daily(ish) for the next infinity(ish) days.
Rules of #IllustrationADay
1. Always talk about #IllustrationADay
2. Complete a minimum of 1 illustration every day. A new work must be finished at least through words and pencils. Old works must complete a full state change- ie. getting ink/lettering/color- in order to satisfy the day.
3. As you're reading this, there is about a week lag between my illustration desk and the front page of CTOB. You can get a real time look at what's coming down the pipe by following me across a variety of social media (they're all linked beneath this letter). Of course you don't have to, that's just a suggestion. So it's not really a rule but that's ok- we're a pirate operation and we play kind of loosey-goosey with the rules anyhow.
Of course, we're still producing cool stuff on the reg
Like OMG Dragons!, our weekly Game of Thrones fan podcast. We've also got more of #BuyingTheRights with Mike Strand coming up soon, so keep an eye on the CTOB Podcast Network and subscribe via iTunes. By the way, we're always looking for new partners for podcasting projects.
We've got another adventure of Igor Sprinkles in the can, some more transmedia comics, and a whole bunch of new material from The Pilgrims (my long gestating feature length comic). Plus Sweet Maru and I are gearing up to start production on some new multimedia pieces which are going to be totally rad and totally different than anything else you've ever seen before.
Finally, Sad Clown films has got a new short in the film festival circuit (Scratchers) and another in post-production (Footprints in the Sand) so keep your eyes peeled for those.
Thanks so much for all of your continued support. The best is yet to come.