Well, I’m back from the St. Louis NCN MiniCon.
It was a great time even though I spent a good part of it frantically working on the last few pages of a MAD parody. That ended up being alright as I set up shop in the main competition room and everybody got a chance to see me work and ask me questions or just chat. My presentation on Monday went pretty well, although I really need to take out a lot of art from the PowerPoint show… it took two hours to go through it all. The inking workshop also went well… frankly it was a miracle that no one spilled any ink in that ballroom. Unfortunately there was a freakish snowstorm that day and a number of local artists couldn’t make it in. We still had a good crowd and I think everyone enjoyed the workshop.
Here’s a link to a local St. Louis TV report about the convention. Sorry about the used car ad that precedes it, but that’s life. No doubt this link will not last forever, so check it out while you can.
Now I have to pay the price for being out of the studio so long. On Monday there will be a new installment of the “How to Draw Caricatures” series, so be sure and check back for that next week. In the meantime here are some scans of the caricatures that were done of me this week:
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185 Another great caricature workshop in the books! 2018 workshops planned for LA, Atlanta and Switzerland so far, with more to come. Visit tomrichmond.com/workshops for all the details!
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