bycrom
bycrom:

Summer Reruns Return, By Crom!
And I’m bringing FanExpo details with me!
Weald Comics will be tabling beside neomonki, at table A287 in the Artist’s Alley at FanExpo, which runs from August 28-31 in downtown Toronto. I’ll also be speaking on a panel about my other art practice, illustrating tabletop rpgs. That’s Saturday at 1:45pm, in room 705 - it’s called Blood Spray and Speed Lines - The Life of a Gaming Illustrator and I’ll be sharing the mic with other talented artists in that field.
You can see the convention hall map here (pdf!) and the panel schedule here (pdf again!).
I’m putting together a great big pile of stuff to bring for you all to snag - stickers, originals, prints, mugs, totes, tshirts, as well as both By Crom! collections, the first Weald double issue, and some illustrated fiction from Stone Skin Press.  Come on by and chat with me and Noreen while we nerd out for four days straight!
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Not in Toronto but want more cromulent advice? Read all of By Crom! on Weald Comics! 
Want a copy of this comic for yourself? My BigCartel store has you covered! You can find books, stickers, original comics and more there! And if shipping things isn’t your bag, you can fill your computer or tablet of choice with cromulent PDFs from my Gumroad. For prints (and more) of By Crom!, search for “cromic” on Society 6.

bycrom:

Summer Reruns Return, By Crom!

And I’m bringing FanExpo details with me!

Weald Comics will be tabling beside neomonki, at table A287 in the Artist’s Alley at FanExpo, which runs from August 28-31 in downtown Toronto. I’ll also be speaking on a panel about my other art practice, illustrating tabletop rpgs. That’s Saturday at 1:45pm, in room 705 - it’s called Blood Spray and Speed Lines - The Life of a Gaming Illustrator and I’ll be sharing the mic with other talented artists in that field.

You can see the convention hall map here (pdf!) and the panel schedule here (pdf again!).

I’m putting together a great big pile of stuff to bring for you all to snag - stickers, originals, prints, mugs, totes, tshirts, as well as both By Crom! collections, the first Weald double issue, and some illustrated fiction from Stone Skin Press.  Come on by and chat with me and Noreen while we nerd out for four days straight!

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Not in Toronto but want more cromulent advice? Read all of By Crom! on Weald Comics! 

Want a copy of this comic for yourself? My BigCartel store has you covered! You can find books, stickers, original comics and more there! And if shipping things isn’t your bag, you can fill your computer or tablet of choice with cromulent PDFs from my Gumroad. For prints (and more) of By Crom!, search for “cromic” on Society 6.

jwoodall
jwoodall:

LABTOP FUNDRAISING SALE - WATERCOLOUR PAINTING COMMISSIONS!
Hey all. I’m going back in school in about 2 weeks and I just discovered it is *mandatory* to have a laptop for my program. I got my last laptop back in 2009 which is too old to be used for a program as it’s kind of chugging along on its last legs. So I’ve decided to do art commissions to try and get that money before school starts, eek!!
Original watercolours painting for $50 - Colour or black and white - approx. 9” by 12” tall. You can purchase one of the 20 slots (Now 17!) at my big cartel shop, you just have to pay the shipping. I’ll make sure to pack it nicely between some foam board to get it to you safely. Ships worldwide! Or just message me if you want to reserve a space!
Above are some samples of my watercolour paintings, but feel free to view my tumblr to see larger res images.
I would really appreciate spreading the word about this! Thank you!

jwoodall:

LABTOP FUNDRAISING SALE - WATERCOLOUR PAINTING COMMISSIONS!

Hey all. I’m going back in school in about 2 weeks and I just discovered it is *mandatory* to have a laptop for my program. I got my last laptop back in 2009 which is too old to be used for a program as it’s kind of chugging along on its last legs. So I’ve decided to do art commissions to try and get that money before school starts, eek!!

Original watercolours painting for $50 - Colour or black and white - approx. 9” by 12” tall. You can purchase one of the 20 slots (Now 17!) at my big cartel shop, you just have to pay the shipping. I’ll make sure to pack it nicely between some foam board to get it to you safely. Ships worldwide! Or just message me if you want to reserve a space!

Above are some samples of my watercolour paintings, but feel free to view my tumblr to see larger res images.

I would really appreciate spreading the word about this! Thank you!

perfectcromulence

androdjinni:

stellaomega:

roomonfiredesign:

Brion Cemetary in San Vito d’Altivole near Treviso, Italy is considered Italian architect Carlo Scarpa’s most important and complex work. “I consider this work, if you permit me, to be rather good and one which will get better over time. I have tried to put some poetic imagination into it, though not in order to create poetic architecture but to make a certain kind of architecture that could emanate a sense of formal poetry. The place for the dead is a garden. I wanted to show some ways in which you could approach death in a social and civic way; and further what meaning there was in death, in the ephemerality of life other than these shoe-boxes.” Scarpa died in 1978, in a construction site accident. He is buried in this cemetery in a standing position in a hidden spot within the interstitial space where the walls of the old and new cemeteries meet.

I would say that he succeded.

Scarpa is one of my favorite dudes.

romkids
romkids:

ghostcandlestudio:

Sketching at the ROM yesterday with my friend @Dawn-Mon. Didn’t get to go through the whole museum, but drew a lot of Dinosaurs and animal skeletons. And birds. Lots of stuffed birds. This is my fav sketch.

Check out this AWESOME Smilodon by @ghostcandlestudio!
I’m a big fan sketching in the Museum. With so many wonderful specimens and objects to draw, options are endless.
Sketching at the Museum is so popular, we even have our own series on it! Check out the AMAZING Liz Butler and her series ‘Liz Butler Draws The ROM’! She’s covered bears, non avian and avian dinosaurs, big cats and mummified cats, and more!

Liz Butler draws Ornithomimus!
#museumhacks

Stools can be found on B1 of the Museum. Feel free to use them (just bring them back when you’re done!) so you’re more comfortable while working.
Canadian post-secondary students get into the Museum FREE on Tuesdays. This is great for all the OCAD and art majors out there.
And hey, if you drop by the ROMKids Studio on B1, and we’re in, we’ll even hook you up with an eraser if you run out, and a sharpener if your favourite 9H pencil dulls.



Museum sketching life hacks from the ROM!

romkids:

ghostcandlestudio:

Sketching at the ROM yesterday with my friend @Dawn-Mon. Didn’t get to go through the whole museum, but drew a lot of Dinosaurs and animal skeletons. And birds. Lots of stuffed birds. This is my fav sketch.

Check out this AWESOME Smilodon by @ghostcandlestudio!

I’m a big fan sketching in the Museum. With so many wonderful specimens and objects to draw, options are endless.

Sketching at the Museum is so popular, we even have our own series on it! Check out the AMAZING Liz Butler and her series ‘Liz Butler Draws The ROM’! She’s covered bearsnon avian and avian dinosaurs, big cats and mummified cats, and more!

Liz Butler draws Ornithomimus!

#museumhacks

    • Stools can be found on B1 of the Museum. Feel free to use them (just bring them back when you’re done!) so you’re more comfortable while working.
    • Canadian post-secondary students get into the Museum FREE on Tuesdays. This is great for all the OCAD and art majors out there.
    • And hey, if you drop by the ROMKids Studio on B1, and we’re in, we’ll even hook you up with an eraser if you run out, and a sharpener if your favourite 9H pencil dulls.

Museum sketching life hacks from the ROM!