If you haven’t had a chance to see me this month, it hasn’t been for a lack of me trying!
I’ll be signing and sketching at Springcon
on Saturday May 18
and Sunday May 19
, helping the Minnesota Comic Book Association (MCBA)
celebrate their 25th Anniversary!
We’ll be filling the Minnesota State Fairgrounds Grandstand
with all the comic book geekery you can shake a Pronto-Pup at (Pronto-Pup’s not provided).
I’ll be there selling prints , Young Justice and Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes trade paperbacks, and doing commission sketches from 10am to 5pm both days!
I’ll be selling my 11″×17″ prints
(all the same ones I just had at the C2E2 convention
) for $20 each
, which is $10 less than from my Etsy store
! So if you’ve had your eye on anything in particular, this is a great time to purchase it!Stop by my table and show me that you follow my Christopher Jones Comic Art
page on Facebook
and get one of two FREE exclusive items:
I hope to see you at Springcon! And remember, you can check out all my planned convention appearances for the coming year on my Appearances Page
MCBA Springcon is upon us this weekend! I will be there as usual, with my snazzy new table set up, and a little something special for my fans! Find me at the convention and show me that you “like” Christopher Jones Comic Art on Facebook, and you’ll get a FREE ChristopherJonesArt.com Batman button or Young Justice 3×5″ mini-print:
Get free swag.
See you there!!!
By the way, I will also be selling all of my prints at the convention for $20 each, which is a markdown from my etsy store, and you don’t have to pay shipping! I am also taking requests in advance for $40 convention sketches, so email me your request if you would like to have art waiting for you when you arrive!
As I’ve mentioned before I’ll be at MCBA Fallcon this Saturday. I just got my new banner which will be making it’s debut there, so if you are able to attend, look for it and look for me, stop by and say hello!
It’s always strange seeing my artwork blown up larger than the size at which it was drawn. Usually artwork is drawn larger than the size it’s meant to be seen. Of course, stuff blown up to banner size is meant to be seen from farther away, so it all balances out, but it’s still strange holding something in your hands with a face on it that was drawn at the size of a postage stamp that’s now several inches across.
Of course, this is nothing compared to the Connie banner I created for CONvergence which was 40 feet across!
Saturday, October 15 I will be at MCBA Fallcon at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. MCBA is the Minnesota Comic Book Association and I’ve been a regular at their semi-annual convention for years. I love the volunteers who run this show and it’s really a great time, so if you’re in the Minnesota area, stop by and say hello! I’ll be talking to fans, doing commission sketches, and selling comics and art. You can even wish me a day-late Happy Birthday if you see me there!
Tickets available at the door for $8.00. $1.00 off with a canned food shelf donation. Kids 9 and under get in free. (Seriously, bring a kid. It could change their life!)