Pics from the new studio!

Thursday, April 26, 2018 - 01:38 PM

Finally! After 3 months of packing, moving, unpacking, and setting up -- I'm finally in the new studio. So it's time to share some pics!


- You'll notice my magnetic project-tracking board, hung dead center. Once I'm back up to full speed, this magnetic board helps me keep tracking of what projects need attention: Sheldon, Drive, ComicLab, Kickstarters, Comic-Cons, etc.
- On the little table, a printing plate from a 1930's Bob Kane (Batman) comic that I hand-inked and printed. The plate and the print are both box-framed together.
- There are five frames hung over my standing desk that still need original art matted/framed, but I think you'll get the idea. I don't know why, but I have Cathy, Baby Blues, Zits, Sergio Aragones, and Luke McGarry pieces that I never framed.

- In the first up, the original art is spread out on the floor, as we brought their sizes into Adobe Illustrator to *digitally* lay them out on the wall, before hanging them physically.
- In the second pic, you can see the second-oldest comic I own: A Hogarth from 1746. (I have a second Hogarth from 1743 -- but it's a better quality *first printing*, and I want to keep it pristine, so it's hanging in my podcasting closet.)
- Third pic has one of my most cherished items: The poster from my movie Stripped, signed by Bill Watterson
- Fourth pic has a pic over my desk that I love: Jeannie Schulz giving me a tour of Charles Schulz' desk, from when I stayed at their house.
- Fifth pic shows my comics collection, for which I am sorely lacking shelf space.

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