I have labored long this week on my Art All Night piece, “All is Permitted”. I will be at this wonderful free event for the good folks of Pittsburgh from 9 PM till when I eventually collapse! Reminds me of my college daze, except that everyone partakes! Come hang out with me at the Cartooning All Night table for a night of art, fun, and friends!
CALL FOR ARTISTS FOR ONSITE ART AT ART ALL NIGHT
CARTOONING ALL NIGHT
Cartooning All Night is looking for folks that draw cartoons to participate in a group collaborative process. Cartoonists produce a page or pages of their own work based on a storyline or idea. Paper and pens will (hopefully) be provided. Cartooning All Night premièred at last year’s Art All Night and was a great success. Various styles and visions came into fruition throughout the night. This year promises to be even better with the hopes of compiling a book for distribution at future Art All Nights.
- Each cartoonist should plan to stay at the event for a minimum of two hours; FULL 22-hour participation encouraged!
- Three to five digital images of your art work (each file smaller than 1MB)
- A brief paragraph about your art
Send all information onsiteart(at)artallnight(dot)org
Comics will be scanned and bound together and later available to view online. Cartoonists need to relinquish rights to work for publishing. Cartoonists who do not want to relinquish rights may still participate (but will not be included in any form of publication)
Reblog for your cartoonist friends and the art community!
Photos from Cartooning All Night 2012 at Art All Night. Click on photos to enlarge (source)
It has been quite some time, dear readers, that I have posted my own content on this blog. This is because a magnificent new saga is in the works, titled The Pilot’s Voyage. It will debut at SPACE next weekend! Here are some panels, I hope you enjoy them. In the future, it would be best if I post more in times such as these, and in light of that I will continue to improve my time management skills. So I can make more drawings, and spread more love around these crusty tubes called the inter-net.
A queen and one of its sons…
Benozzo Gozzoli, Procession of the Magus Balthazar (detail), c. 1459-60