Wizard Con Portland- Sasquatch by Steve Lieber

Wizard Con Portland 2016

It’s wednesday, wednesday, WEDNESDAY!

It’s new comic book day and, from now on, the day of the week when I put a new post on my blog. I know, it’s been a while. Honestly, I simply forgot to post. I was busy. I have sciatica.

Enough said.

A couple weeks back, I went to:

Wizard Con Portland!

But first,

Pretty pictures:

Wizard Con Portland- Sasquatch by Steve Lieber

I really enjoy buying original sketches from Artists at Cons. It is a bit expensive but well worth it. Check out Steve Lieber (Superior Foes of Spiderman) here.

In that vein, earlier last week, I received a commission from Emi Lenox:

StormByEmiYou jealous, yet.

You can find Emi here.

I gotta go frame shopping… and wall shopping? because I’m running out of wall space… haha, hilarious. Alright, I’ll stop.


What I learned from Comic Book Artist and Writer Michael Golden during his panel at Wizard Con:

1- People are stupid.

So do not confuse them with your ‘mysterious’ writing, break it down for them, keep it simple.

2- Who, What, Where, When, How, and Why.

Make sure you tell your audience all that because they are a bunch of morons.

+Plus a few precious pearls of wisdom for your writing:

  • Write the ending first.
  • Establish the premise right at the beginning.
  • Plot and character development are one and the same.┬áPlot IS character so make sure you know what your character want and runs with it.
  • Moms make great villains because they love you.
  • Everything is a machine. Figure out how the machine work.


And finally:


Happy Wednesday!


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