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After all, as I'm getting back into posting on my blog, I'm excited to tell you about all the art I'm working on.
My New Book from Cow House Press!
My first ever published (by someone else) book, Point of You: Where Do You Want to Be?, is available NOW from Cow House Press!
This book is a collection of 3 separate stories I first published online with my monthly practice, Free Comics Friday. For those that are curious, FCF is a monthly exercise in creating a comic to keep me creating and keep the muscles strong. These stories are about being open to new ideas, deciding where you want to be in life, and how the universe's perspective of you. It's nice to take these stories and breathe them into life in new mediums.
Physically published early September 2017, I will have these babies at all future conventions that I will be at like Art Night at the Central Library, Stan Lee's LA Comic Con (and/or Comikaze, depending on who you ask), and the Latino Comics Expo.
Friday the 13th: A New Shirt available for a limited time
In honor of the ominous day (occurring in October, no less), I'm making a new t-shirt available for a limited time online. What's that? An exclusive shirt? Limited edition?? Surprise spooky design? Yes, all those things. Keep an eye on my Instagram/Twitter (@eyedraugh) for more details!
Friday the 13th: Art Night at the Central Library in Pasadena, CA
This will be my first time tabling at the Pasadena Central Library and I'm quite excited about it! Libraries mean a great deal to me. I was almost a latchkey kid except for all the days I was left at the library to research school projects and working on my own super hero drawings. Find out more, yo.
Stan Lee's LA Comic Con / Comikaze
Yet again, I find myself at this convention. I'm excited to see people's cosplays and to see response to the new book at this event. See you soon if you're at Stan Lee's LA Comic Con.
That's all for now. Thanks again, for stopping by. See you soon!