I've been spending a lot of time at www.jimmycakes.com and Tumblr recently. If you have a Tumblr account and would like to see my artwork, my surfing, or my craftsmanship pop up on your feed every now and then, please come visit. As an incentive, of sorts, I've started posting my new followers up on my robot's computer monitor. I got this idea from my pal and fellow Titan of Cartoonitude, Chris Gugliotti. He does something very similar with a chalk board.
My wife got me an amazing set of tiny sketchpads as an early birthday gift while she was in Boston. I'm using these pads to flesh out some pages for my web comic Robotic Madness. If you look really hard you can see a penciled page of next weeks Robotic Madness. But my F1.8 on my Nikon is creating a depth of field SO fierce, that you probably can't see much. I look forward to seeing my website visits skyrocket this week! Take care!
I've been away from webcomics for too long. It's time that I bring it back and fill it with piles of what you all love. Robots. Yes! You've been asking for almost ten years. Deviant Society and Zennon3 left the web over ten years ago! I can't believe it. Soured by that experience, I stayed away from webcomics. But after pondering my dilemma, con after con, I decided to get back in the game. Get ready for an exciting adventure with your new robotic friend G.A.R.K. and the strange characters he'll meet along the way.
Visit www.jimmycakes.com to read the web comic now.
I'll be finishing up the files for the Robot Coloring Book and sending them out to the printer tomorrow. I'm excited to see how the book does. I may offer some prints to go along with this coloring book. I haven't decided yet. Here is a sneak peek at the cover.
Quick rough for a commission I am creating for someone. I'm very excited about the commission. Should be fun to get back to some water colors. Many people do not appreciate the medium. I'm not quite sure why. I think it's an amazing paint to work with and always respect anyone who can do it without making a mess. I have another commission coming up after this robot. I'm also very excited to start on that. There is nothing better than having people who appreciate your art ask you to do a piece. Especially when they understand what it means to let an artist create something in their own voice. Thank you guys.