I just completed another fun illustrated article for CollegeHumor.com. I am a self confessed food driven human. At one point or another, I think we have all experienced something in this list. I think food porn is probably my favorite analogy.
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My first article for CollegeHumor.com of 2015 is about the new game Evolve from Turtle Rock Studios. Evolve is a co-op multiplayer game where four hunters try to take down one monster, each controlled by a different player… Including the monster! I haven’t played it, but the word is that it’s pretty fun.
The flow chart was written by Andrew Bridgman, and I did the layout, design and illustration.
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One of the projects that has kept me so busy lately was released today. Head on over to CollegeHumor to read the article, 10 Uncomfortable Holiday Moments You’ve Probably Experienced by Jon Perry. I did the illustrations.
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My friend Doug Savage (Savage Chickens) invited me to join him and
Nick Bradshaw (Marvel) this weekend at Hal-Con in Halifax for a panel discussion about our work – Specifically, how we promote it. Stop by the Hog’s Head Room (201) this Saturday to catch the panel. I will have some time after the panel to hang out at Doug’s table to chat and sign books.
I will be a guest at the Strange Adventures table at Hal-Con on Sunday from 4PM to 6PM.
Local artist Andrew Power of Aptitude Test will also be at the table!
You can see the full list of artists stopping by the Strange Adventures table this weekend here.
There may be other opportunities to catch me at Hal-Con. I will update this post as things develop, but the best way to keep up is to follow me on Twitter.
Promoting Your Work
Hog’s Head Room, 201
Saturday, November 8th
1:00 PM – 1:45 PM
Strange Adventures Vendor Table
First floor, Booth E8
Sunday, November 9th
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Last week on Comics Coast to Coast we took on the topic of superhero comics. Admittedly, it’s not something we’re experts on. Traditionally Comics Coast to Coast focuses on webcomics and comic strips, though we have increased the number of artists we interview working on long form webcomics and online graphic novels. I had the opportunity to work with Caldwell Tanner and Nat Townsen from CollegeHumor.com on the article How To Get Into (Marvel and DC) Superhero Comics for Dorkly.com. I was responsible for some of the key editorial illustrations in the article. The article was released at New York Comic Con last weekend.
The discussion on Comics Coast to Coast started with the Dorkly.com article and some of the points there in, then expanded to superhero comics in pop culture, specifically movies and television as of late. Enjoy!
How to find Daniel and his gorgeous work:
- The Comic Books Episode (audio & blog)
- Subscribe via iTunes
- How To Get Into (Marvel and DC) Superhero Comics (article)
- Caldwell Tanner
- Joel’s other work for CollegeHumor.com (7 previous articles)
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