I try to do this every holiday season over at the comic, but I’m slammed this year and I thought it’d be nice for people to have a permalink to their sites. Plus, I’m slammed this year and can’t email the emails. I’m so slammed, I’m just cut-and-pasting this header from last week’s writers’ pitch post.
Do you do digital art? Or work on comics? Or make sculptures or take photos or pull whole unicorns out of the threads of outer space? Tell us about it! If you do any of these or more, promote your work here! And don’t forget to add a link to your portfolio or store!
(Please try to keep it short. If you’re a writer, last week’s post is for you! If you’re a maker, next week’s post is where you can pitch your projects.)
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Wetdryvac of Wetdryvac.net here – I do a pile of stuff, but the relevant-to-this-week material is below.
Web comic: !Fortune – Based entirely around correctly attributing the out of copyright books the vector work it’s built from, because there’s nowhere near enough citation out in the world – http://wetdryvac.net/bangfortune/ – and most of what I use and cite, I think is worth a read, with all referenced material prior to 1917. Yep, old books rock.
I shoot photographs and paint as well, and work with public domain materials pretty regularity. The store is over here: http://www.redbubble.com/people/wetdryvac – prints of each comic are on the store too.
Professional portfolio is probably less interesting unless you’re looking to hire – feel free! – but that’s over here: https://www.behance.net/wetdryvac
Hi, I am a Graphic Designer branching out into the 3D design world..Check me out
Well, I’m a writer, but I’m pitching the artist I work with, Chris Hudzieczko. We work together on http://www.disrealitygears.com/ a webcomic we created together, as well as http://www.antiheroescomic.com , a comic created by another gentleman who we took over scripting and drawing for. He also has a deviant art at http://dyluthus.deviantart.com/gallery/