Monday, July 19, 2010

Comic Con: Schoolism and LAAFA Booths

If you want to find me at ComiCon, I'm going to be giving live critiques at the Schoolism booth (#2042) twice a day on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.  I'll be there from 12:20-1:15pm and 4:55-5:50pm.  I'm not going to be selling my books during those times though, so if you want one you'll want to catch me just after I finish.  I'll be in the booth primarily for giving critiques on people's art and promoting my upcoming class for Schoolism.  If you're curious about the class, it's going to be an in-depth course on painting light and surface, and you can learn more about it on the Schoolism site.  I'd like to tell more about it but maybe I'll save that for another post.

I'm also going to do a painting demonstration at the LAAFA booth (#5562) on Friday from 2-4pm.  I'm doing a huge 3-day workshop there in October on digital painting and design.

So if you're coming to Comic-con, drop by one of these booths and say hello!

6 comments:

  1. Hmmm. I'll just be right here. Going nowhere. And my kid will be at Sigraf. You guys have all the fun. Don't spend any money at the con - I've been on the wife end of the NAMM show, and I'm warning you - we don't look kindly on being left behind AND find ourselves poorer, both.

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  2. I'll be working at a booth but know your work and will stop by to take a peek! great stuff! congrats!!!

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  3. Hey , it´s a pity that i can´t to be there , but , I live too long (a few thousands km)
    .Please Sam , could you record your friday´s demostration, and upload to your blog? , it would be cool.

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  4. It was awesome to finally meet you man, thanks for the fantastic crits!

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  5. Great meeting you at the LAAFA demo Sam. Awesome book and thanks again for taking the time to look at my portfolio.

    -Patrick

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