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Phoenix Comicon 2015 Sketch Retweet Contest

May 21st, 2015 No comments

Want a chance to win an original convention style sketch of your very own?

Here’s how my convention Sketch Retweet Contests work.
During a given convention weekend, you click “RETWEET” on any and/or all of MY sketches hashtagged for that convention weekend on my Twitter account. (Other artist sketches are not part of my Sketch Retweet Contest.)

After the convention, I use a random number generator to find a winner from all those that retweeted any/all of my convention sketches hashtagged for that weekend.

The Prize: 1 (one) 6.5″x10″ (roughly) head sketch in black and white, grayscale Copic marker, or color Copic Marker of a character of your choosing, autographed and personalized to the winner. (Sorry, no personal/creator-owned characters)

I’m at Phoenix Comicon in Phoenix, AZ, May 28-31, 2015 and I will post my retweet contest sketches with the hashtag: #PHXCC2015
The contest runs Thursday, May 28 to Monday, June 1, 2105. The winner will be announced sometime on Monday,  June 1, 2015.
Any retweets of any convention sketches after the winner has been announced are not valid for the sketch prize.

Click here for more info on my Phoenix Comicon 2015 convention commission info.

Remember! You DO NOT have to attend the convention to retweet sketches for a chance at the sketch prize. It is open to anyone, anywhere, with a Twitter account!
I thank you all again for your continued support and enjoyment of my work!
Todd

My Motor City Comic Con 2015 Sketch Retweet Contest winner’s sketch choice: Wonder Woman!

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Donna Troy art for Dallas Comic Con Auction

May 18th, 2011 No comments

I created this original piece featuring DC Comic’s Donna Troy for the auction this weekend at the Dallas Comic Con, May 21-22.

I’m not sure when the auction will be held, so be sure to check the program book or ask one of the event staff so you don’t miss it!

This piece measures 11″x17″ on Bristol board and was drawn with Copic markers, Pigma Micron markers, India ink and  a little white gouache paint.