They’re here! Measuring 8.5 x 11, this is the first one done! 12 pieces of art are complete so far, and this is the first one to become a Giclée print. There are 20 copies, and Patrons get one free, as well as one free from each print as they become available.
Also keeping at least two from each edition as a “master set” for anyone interested down the road. That’ll be a collection of at least 50 similar-sized prints (either one at the time through Patreon, or as one of two collections at the end of it).
Working on watercolor 13 this weekend, and look forward to showing the completed piece.
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Knareborough, England. Giclée print of a watercolor, 8.5 x 11. Archival, ready for framing. (image taken with my cellphone)
Chirrut vs Stormtrooper – Topps’ Rogue One series 1 artist proof card. Ebay auction ends February 7, 2017
Time has flown by since my last update! There has been too much to do, and that will continue for about another four weeks. After that my commission list will be open again and I really look forward to doing some different things!
My cards for Rogue One series 2 are finished, and I’m nearly done with Star Wars 40th anniversary. Then I’ll try to make the deadline for Upper Deck’s Spiderman and finish up The Walking Dead set! When all these sets were offered, I didn’t know the deadlines would be so close together… Oy. Live and learn. 🙂 The the last cards for Perna Studio’s Elementals set – a TON of fun to work on, I just love the set.
Another set close to my heart is Star Wars 40th, of course because I’m a fan, but also because the Star Wars 30th set was my very first sketch card set. Ten years ago! I honestly can’t believe it has been that long – it truly doesn’t feel that way. My kids were still kids, our Teckel had not yet come into our lives, my mum and aunt were both still healthy, I had living uncles… Lots of things have changed since then. But good things have happened too! I’ve made friends, both real and virtual (and I appreciate both kinds more than anyone will ever know), my goal in life has become much clearer, and I love my unpredictable job.
What has changed for you in the past ten years? I hope good things have happened for you as well. If you are feeling chatty, share your thoughts!
New sketch for watercolors from the Patreon-supported project Drawn and Divided. Your support helps this project become a book AND supporters receive free prints!