While I’m offering free shipping in my Society 6 store this week, I’m going to focus on making a few other cromics available on things like mugs and totes and prints. So my question for you is, (and feel free to browse the archives to pick your favourite) which cromics would you like to see merched up?
Cromulent mugs (and almost everything else in my store) have free shipping this week at Society 6!
Well the comics are back. Store is still under construction as I get things organized for the upcoming convention season, but comics will be back to normal from now on.
What’s so special about this upcoming convention season, you ask? Oh, just putting together something special to launch in May….
Gift art to a favourite Artist of mine, since it’s their b-day. Just a sketch I know, but I wanted to do something.
The dog is there’s. :)
they write a webcomic Series, called "By Crom!" a series where Conan the Barbarian is the artists “spirit guide” it’s a great piece of work. Check it out!
A wild gift of fanart appears! And I am slain, this is SO AWESOME.
But what does it foretell? Is it an omen? Are the gods smiling once more upon this lowly webcomic of mine?
You’ll just have to wait till Tuesday and see!
Thank you to everyone, EVERYONE who has supported and encouraged By Crom! in this past year, you’ve made it incredibly exciting and full of great passion, merriment, hard work, epic battles, long quests, and some heartwarming treasured moments.
I’m buried neck deep in more of that hard work I mentioned, but Conan will be back in a few weeks with a lot to say about it, so thank you for your patience and don’t worry, great things are coming!
Happy new year!
You guys know I love drawing badasses, swords and, most importantly, animals, right? Well I got the chance to draw all my favourite things at once for this month’s issue of Worlds Without Master, a pdf magazine run by Epidiah Ravachol. It’s a magazine with its bloody, still-beating heart in the right place: firmly in the worlds of sword and sorcery. Above is the first of two illustrations I got to produce for the short story, “One Winter’s Due”. A tale of revenge, oaths and the wild north, I can recommend the issue on it alone!
If swords, sorcery, oaths and ill omens are up your alley, you might want to check out the issue! You can grab a copy through Dig a Thousand Holes Publishing for $3.99 right here, or go support Epidiah in his quest to publish the next at Patreon.
Reblogging this here as it feels at LEAST as barbaric as this comic, and might be of interest to you folks!
Happy holiday adventures everyone!
Important note: holiday shipping from my personal store is available until Friday December 6th! To further the holiday spirit, I’ve instituted a very important discount called The True Meaning of Crom - that means you can go to my shop, right here, this one, and grab whatever you want (books? pdfs? postcards? posters? originals?) at 20% off! The promo code is HOLIDAYCROMULENCE. You should probably check it out. Just in case.
Thanks to everyone who grabbed an original last week! That’s a third of my watercolours already claimed, you’re all blowing my mind. BLOWING MY MIND, BY CROM!
Tis the shopping season! And I have two important pieces of news:
FIRSTLY! Until Sunday Nov 17th at Midnight PST I can offer you free shipping in my Society 6 Store! Mugs, phone cases, totes, shirts, and of course fine art prints, all available with free shipping via this link right here.
SECONDLY! I’ve updated my bigcartel and am now offering you guys the original watercolour comics, AND the limited edition poster, as well as the usual stock of books and zines and postcards and pdfs. And the most important piece of news there is, if you want these things to arrive before December 24th, for whatever reason, you need to order by December 6th. All orders will then go to the post office on the 9th and should be at their destinations on or before the 23rd, according to Canada Post. If you live in Australia or somewhere equally far from Canada it wouldn’t hurt to order early.
Thanks again to everyone who’s supported me and my work, I’m so excited to share all of these things with you and I’m so touched by everyone who buys things, emails me, leaves asks, retumbls or likes my stuff - it all makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside and eggs me on to more and more.
You all are the BEST, by Crom!
ceadie2 asked: I would possibly be interested in having an original. Have you thought about how you would sell them? I'm sure you could make a nice profit on eBay.
Oh man, thanks so much!
I’ve thought about it, and I’ve decided to sell them through my big cartel store. I went to the post office, I got all the appropriate shipping arrangements organized, I photographed them, and just listed them tonight!
With 14 lovingly painted colour comics now dodging dust in my flat file, I am considering selling my colour comic originals. They are drawn on Canson Manga Art Board, which is 10” x 14.25”, and they are all consistently 10” x 7” in area on the page. They are all inked using archival Micron ink and painted using Windsor & Newton Cotman Watercolours. Some have little test swatches or lettering on the edges, and all are initialled and dated in one of the bottom corners. I would ship them rolled with a piece of craft paper, I’m looking into the exact cost today. Would anyone be interested?
I’m excited and a little flustered to be able to offer you guys a pretty great selection of By Crom! prints and products thanks to Society 6! I’ve been using them for my other illustration work for almost a year now, and have consistently been thrilled with their quality. With the holidays approaching, it seemed like time to sit down and figure out how By Crom! might work on there.
I’ve only put up two comics so far, two of my favourites, but I’m excited to offer whichever comics you’re most interested in seeing made available! If you want to reply here or drop me a line in my ask box with your thoughts and wishes that would be amazing.
I’m also still mulling over how I might make a By Crom! tshirt design, as I didn’t feel satisfied just putting the comic on a shirt. Do you have any suggestions or requests?