I just launched a new website at www.dougsavage.com!
I’ll be using the new site for sharing my artistic process, answering your questions, and talking about all of my creative projects (including Savage Chickens, and my upcoming graphic novel, Laser Moose and Rabbit Boy). And for posting cat photos, of course.
Thanks to everybody who entered this year’s Halloween contest! Lots of great suggestions this year, and a few common themes showed up: being transformed into a dog, Toto stranded in Oz, fetching broomsticks, and cats dressed as dogs (or being eaten by them).
Here are this year’s winners…
“They were out of tongues, so I had to get a whole one.” – by Peter Janes
“Just a tip, don’t trick or treat at the Animal Shelter.” – by Tim Canny
“Don’t worry, he’s gingerbread house-trained.” – by Joatham
Congratulations to the winners! I’ll be in touch soon to get your address information. Thanks to everybody who participated!
I’m really excited about this book! It’s been so much fun to get to know these characters — and I’m stepping off of the post-it note and doing this book in full color! Crazy, huh? I’m loving this project so much and I can’t wait for you all to see it!
For now, you can sign up on the Laser Moose website and I’ll let you know when the book is available. And if you happen to be at New York Comic Con this weekend (Oct 8-11), stop by the GoComics/Andrews McMeel Publishing booth #2219 and you might be able to pick up an exclusive Laser Moose button!
This weekend, I’ll be at the Vancouver Comics Arts Festival on May 23 & 24. It’s at the Roundhouse community center in Yaletown, and wow it’s going to be good. So many great artists to see, and it’s going to be bigger than ever this year. Hope you can make it out if you’re in the area. And admission is FREE!
I’ll be at table H9 (see the map below) and I’ll be selling and signing Savage Chickens books, Cat Adventure booklets, and – new this year – Dog Adventures! And I’ll have buttons, mugs, and t-shirts too.
On Saturday May 23 from 1:00 PM to 1:45 PM, I’m hosting a panel discussion called “Young at Heart: Comics for All Ages” featuring Joy Ang, Lucy Bellwood, Ian Boothby, and Nina Matsumoto. We’ll be talking about creating all-ages and kids comics. (And you’ll get a sneak peek at the new graphic novel project that I’m working on!)
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