News: November 2008 Archives

And soon the smoke beast began to expand like a balloon, scaring every ounce of bejesus out of the house-hungry cyclops. (Illustration Friday, topic: balloon)


I actually finished this illustration about a week and a half ago, but I'm posting it now to correspond with the publish date of a tutorial I was hired to write for the website Vectortuts. If you're really interested in vector illustration and you're looking to learn a bit more about my process, check it out. I will warn you, however, that it's a members-only tutorial and you'll have to pay to play.

Here's the link, in case you missed it:

Vector Illustration, Adobe Illustrator CS4


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This year I've decided to print some extra copies of my personal Christmas cards and offer them up for sale to anyone. That's right, anyone. There's only one catch: you'll have to pay $17 for them. Sound like too much $$? It's not because you get ten cards, plus shipping's included. That's right. $1.70 per card. What a bargain.

As you may or may not remember, the card looks like this:


The text on the inside of the card reads, "There's no place like home for the holidays. Merry Christmas."

So for just $17, you get:

  • Ten (10) full-color, high-quality cards
  • Ten regular white envelopes (white is the color of snow)
  • Shipping's included
  • Tax is included

(Sorry, prices pertain to US residents only. If you live in another country and would like some, leave a comment and I'll contact you personally.)

To buy some, just press the "Buy Some!" button below. You'll be directed to and the company you'll be paying is Kpants Productions (don't worry, that's me). Thanks!

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