There’s something on your shoulder…

Convention-season is upon me, and I’m eagerly awaiting the finished proof of issue #2, ready to go to print as soon as the final version is in my hands.  In the meantime, there’s lots to do on issue #3, as well as an overload of promotional material I’d like to have ready for my first table of the year.  It’s going to be back in my favorite city, Seattle, for the Emerald City Comicon.  I’m looking forward to seeing some old friends, showing my girlfriend my favorite haunts (and rainy tourist spots), and introducing the denizens of that wonderful area to Father Robot.

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The above image is from the cover of issue #2.  The book has a cropped version, and I plan to make high-res prints of the full shot available at the convention table next month.  I really like it, and I wish I could spend as much time and attention to every panel of the book as I did this one image.  It was hand-drawn, then cleaned up and colored in Photoshop.

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About Sam Garland

Freelance illustrator specializing in science fiction and fantasy artwork.

Posted on February 7, 2014, in Comics, Digital, Robots For All and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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