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Hey. Wassup? Got some random stuff to hit on, so here goes.
Next, I’ve gotten into trade talks with all of the following recently! Cardboard Collections, The Good Dimwit again, Things are Funner Here, the legendary Night Owl, Argyled Plaschke, The Lost Collector, Potch Wheeler, Nomo’s Sushi Platter, Too Many Vergrandersons, Cards on Cards, Offy and more! I know what you’re thinking. Why do I always get myself in so over my head with trades that at least a couple will end up taking forever? Well, this time I’m not in over my head (it just looks that way). Every single person up there has most of their cards set aside for them already. Once finalized (three already are), these will start going out in June.
Stuff for Marie and Cardboard Conundrum is pretty much ready to go and just needs sent. I’m pretty sure that despite my extreme brokeness, I will be able to send these towards the end of the week after the weather breaks (it’s storming something fierce as I type this).
On top of all that, I think I’ll finally be sending what I believe are my last four horrendously long overdue trades in the near future as well.
Finally, check back this evening to see what football cards I have available. I should at least have most of my swatches and autos listed by then.
Oh, and for the sake of having a picture in this post, here’s a look at my latest artistic endeavor:
That’s all for now. Seeya.
Jubilee is a vampire now. Vampires are cool.
This isn’t the thing I mentioned at the end of my last post, but I think it’s still pretty dang cool. It’s a sketchbook by Ian Walker. It is about comic book-sized and 24 pages in length. All the pics within are done in black & white, hence the title. I picked up two on eBay, one for myself and one for my dad to put up till Father’s Day and/or his birthday. The cost: $5 each + free shipping (for disclosure purposes, that means I bought them myself and wasn’t compensated in any way for this promotion, in case that’s not clear).
I scanned a few pages for your viewing pleasure. Clicking on them will take you places. Ian is very a talented artist and you can see a lot more of his work at his deviantART gallery.
He is also taking commissions. You can check out his deviantART page linked in the scan above for more info. Just scroll a ways and boom!… commission information, prices, etc..
White Ninja Guy is Ian’s own creation, the titular star of his own webcomic. He’s got his own website and everything!
Stop by when he’s on sometime and watch the magic happen. Never know who you might meet. I ran into A Pack a Day contributor darkship there recently (I think it was Ian’s channel anyway).
Finally, as if $5 a pop and free shipping wasn’t enough for these great sketchbooks, he is also offering a free sketch (drawn on the last page in the book) of a character of your choice, for the time being at least.
Here are the characters I chose for myself and my dad:
Pretty awesome, huh? Another great reason to check out his channel: You might get to see your art being done live, as was the case with these. 😀
I think Jack is the best one Ian drew all night. Just outstanding! He’s an old favorite of my dad’s and an obscure enough character that he wouldn’t expect me to choose him (he asked me to “surprise him” when I chose the sketch).
Well, there ya go. Definitely amongst of the best five bucks I’ve ever spent. If you have an extra $5 burning a hole in your pocket, I highly recommend picking up a copy. I do believe you will be glad you did.
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