Andrew Griffith and Ken Christiansen to Attend Emerald City Comicon - Seattle, March 28-30
Thursday, February 27th, 2014 11:11AM CSTCategories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: Va'al Views: 18,197
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Posted by Va'al on March 22nd, 2014 @ 11:39am CDT
I'll be a guest at Emerald City Comicon, March 28-30, at the Washington State Convention Center.
You can find me at table U-04, where I'll be selling prints, sketchbooks, original artwork, and taking commissions. Commissions are first come first serve, each day of the con.
I will have with me 3 new Transformers prints - Seekers Wave 2 - the "Coneheads"! Here is a tease of Ramjet, Dirge, and Thrust...
Additionally, I have a piece published in this years' annual ECCC Monsters & Dames book, and I've donated the original piece to the charity auction being held Saturday, March 29th at 8:00, in Hall D. Proceeds from these items go to benefit Seattle Children's Hospital.
While the piece in the book is in color, the original up for auction is black and white. 11"x17", pencils and inks, on bristol board.