A few more cards for Women of Marvel series 2 to share today.
I hope you like them!
Some more cards from my Women of Marvel series 2 collection.
Some of my cards have already found their way to eBay within hours of the set’s release!
Thanks for stopping by!
More art on the way!
Some more double-sized puzzle cards to share today.
If you’re a Marvel comics fan, you’ll recognize these fine folks!
Thanks for dropping by!
More cards will be shared here in the days ahead.
Here are some examples of the “doubles” I did for Women of Marvel Series 2 sketch cards.
I admit a certain love for X-23 ( Wolverine’s young female clone).
She has a fun design!
More will be shared here in the days ahead, folks.
Please stay tuned!
In recent weeks, I have begun to produce sketch cards for Rittenhouse Archives.
This is the first collection I’ve worked on with a total of over 100 cards.
There are many more to share in future posts.
Aethercon 2 was good fun.
Things were quiet in my on-line booth, but I was thankful to hang out with many of my fellow illustrators as we whiled away the con hours that stretched across multiple time zones.
I took part in speed painting duels with my friends, Britt Martin and Steve Ellis.
Here are the results of those contests.
I spent an extra hour each on these after the competitions ended to bring them to their current states. :)
More artwork is on the way in the days and weeks ahead.
Thanks for stopping by!
Starting tomorrow ( Friday, November 15th) I will be “attending” Aethercon II.
Much of it will be held using www.anymeeting.com on-line conferencing software. It is browser-based and free to use! Get yourself a free account and join in the fun this weekend!
There is no excuse not to attend Aethercon.
It is absolutely free and a wonderful addition to the on-line gaming community. :)
Here is a schedule of the upcoming events over the weekend.
My on-line artist booth is located at:
Updates will be available through my Art of Jeremy McHugh Facebook page!
Friday November 15th:
6-9pm Booth time!
Stop on by. Chat with me. Doctors have deemed me to be no danger to my fellow man. :)
I will be in the throes of a fierce speed painting duel with the talented Britt Martin starting at 6:10 pm and going for about 45 minutes! May the best man win!
Saturday November, 16th
10am to 1pm Booth time!
3pm–I sit down with Eloy Lasanta to learn more about Third Eye Games!
4:30 pm– I moderate a discussion called Traps, Traps, Traps!
Special Guests include Brian Berg, Steven “Bull” Ratkovich, and Walt Robillard.
7:30 pm–I host a discussion on GLBTQ topics as they are tackled in tabletop games!
Special Guests include F. Wesley Schneider of Paizo Publishing, Darren Bulmer of Green Ronin Publishing, and Jennell Jaquays.
Sunday November, 17th
12-3pm Booth time!
I will be in the throes of a fierce speed painting duel with the talented Steve Ellis starting at 12:10 pm and going for about 45 minutes! May the best man win! Steve is amongst my favorite artists working today so I have my work cut out for me!
They offer a wide array of sizes and print surfaces and can even make iPhone and Samsung Galaxy cases available through my gallery on their sister site, pixels.com .
I hope you will have a peek and maybe even select something from my gallery to cover up that hole in your dining room wall. :)
Of course, if a print just won’t cut it, there is always original art available on my Art For Sale page.
Well, that’s enough shameless plugging and advertising for one day.
I have many exciting projects in the works right now and can’t wait to share them with you in future updates.
They were executed in acrylics on paper.
Hope you enjoy them and will check out the games!
Today’s post is a walk down the dark path known as “Memory Lane”.
This month marks twelve years in the studio for this young man!
This simple ink drawing is what my failing memory calls up as my first printed credit.
It was done for Ron Edwards over at Adept Press.
The game was called “The Sorcerer RPG” and in the past year it went into a new annotated edition that included the other books in the series that I worked on back in the day.
I had planned to hand in my notice to my full-time employer and embark on my freelance career on September 11th, 2001.
In light of what happened that day, I decided to wait a couple of weeks more to give my employer time to adjust. I didn’t want to add my resignation to the chaos that reigned in those days.
Two weeks later, I handed a polite letter to my boss who was very supportive and wished me well.
Twelve years later we find me here still working in the studio!
Lucky thirteen a mere year away!
Back to it, then. :)
I should add for the benefit of people new to my work—I got better.
Thanks for reading!
This painting was completed as a digital desktop wallpaper available through Aethercon 2013!
Check out this unique on-line convention!
This piece was executed in acrylics on 18×24 watercolor paper and will soon be available for sale in the shop.
I hope you like it!