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Buffy The Vampire SlayerTerry Moore - "Willow & Tara" Comic Book - Off to Pittsburgh and... Commissions? YES!
Friday 27 April 2007, by Webmaster
Terry Moore, the artist who did a Tara and Willow miniseries is, for the first time, taking commissions.
I’m off to Pittsburgh tomorrow for the comic con this weekend. Michael and Renee George always put on a great show, so I’m looking foward to it. Obviously if you’re anywhere within a thousand miles of there I expect you to be at the show buying comics, talking comics, eating comics and being comics.
89 is out. Some readers who did not grow up in an Alabama mud field are wondering what is meant by a term used by Katchoo... “all yack and no shack”. As in you are _____. If you think about it a moment the meaning is clear... you’re all talk and no loving... and love is a verb here, as it should always be, by the way.
I’ll say more about this later, but for you special folks who actually read this blog I’m giving you a head start on something. When I finish SiP 90 and have put together the final books for each collection format (tpb, pocket and hard cover), I will take a month off. That should be June-July. During that time I have decided to do something people have been requesting for years... take commissions. During those 30 days I will do 10 commissions, first come, first serve. These will be finished line-art, pen and ink, cover quality pieces at the standard comic art original size of 10″ x 15″ featuring any comic characters you want, SIP or otherwise. Francine in the X-Men? Fine. Daffy Duck wrestling Bettie Page? Fine. Whatever. I’m just doing it for the fun and I want you to get some fun pieces you can enjoy. Again, it’s first come, first serve on this, and the cost is $1,000 each, paid in advance. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve yours. If I get 15 emails tonight I will take them by the time on the clock that they were received. Or it may take a month to fill the slots, I don’t know. Yes, you can purchase one from anywhere in the world - just know you will have to pay for the Fed Ex shipping to send it to you. Good luck and I look forward to seeing your ideas!