This piece I finished on 1/1/2015. It is just the start of my exploration of a new series of large images I'd like to create. What do you think? I hope you like it. While working on my many other projects my hope it to make many more of these and some time make a show. We'll see. For now, enjoy this large GIF I made showing my process of drawing it. As you can see, I've used my pattern maker to make the busy background layer. I'm still not done with this piece, I've taken a break from it, there are still things wrong with it, but I decided it would be fun for fans to see my process anyway. So the final piece will look something like this.
2014 has been a great year. I released my book, released the app, did 28 shows/cons/events, increased my merch offerings (shirts, stickers, etsy, leggings, wallets). All while doing Request Fridays almost every Friday, drawing a bunch of the Seahawks, and attended 2 new conventions (NYCC and RCCC). PHEW.
2015 will be a bit different. I will sadly no longer be doing the Request Fridays. It is time to retire that portion to allow me to focus on my main project. I will be focusing most of my 2015 on making a robust pattern making tool. Each drawing demo and software demo I do I continue to get interest in the proprietary software to make patterns. So I'll be focused on bringing this tool to market.
Here is a bit of a preview of some of what will be coming from enfu in 2015. A mini documentary from the Seattle Channel, some enfu control boxes on the streets of the International District in Seattle, a book signing at Giant Robot in LA in February, more legging designs coming soon, a whole new batch of my popular resin blocks of the Ghiblets, Cosplayers, and for the 12s the chibiseahawks series.
I appreciate all the support I've been getting from my fans, you guys really help me continue to do what I love to do. So thank you so much for a great 2014. Looking forward to 2015!
Below is my contribution to the Emerald City Comicon's Monsters and Dames book. It made it in, be looking out for this excluse at ECCC15, proceeds benefit the Children's Hospital.