Here's another. Figured since Warner Bros is probably flipping the bill I
should give equal time.
estou precisando de um desses pra minha coleção.hehehehehe
www.anysoldier.comIt's a great way to find U.S. soldiers to send packages or just letters to. I hate to think I'm spamming but it's topical and a worthy cause. At least think about it...
Thanks for the info.I got your messages and I haven't had a chance to reply yet. I am very sorry. I do take commission requests but I am waiting until after San Diego comic con. Just very busy right now...Thanks also for the post Renato.Here's a the 'url' to the first 8 cards I did.http://artshake.blogspot.com/
RichardAs a veteran of the Gulf War and a comic shop owner ( who recieved a bundle of these to pass out to customers) I have to give give you huge Kudos to you man!! Not only for supporting our troops but taking that extra time to sketch on the cards. I ahd never thought of that, and now I think I do some sketches myslef before I send mine off. Much respect to you bro!!!!!
Hey Rich,This is a super cool thing you are doing. Huge respect for you taking the time to remember the guys and gals over there.~Chris
Just to make it clear I think all the artists at Wildstorm did drawings on multiple cards..I wasn't the only one. I haven't been in the studio all week for some personal reasons.....but I would have done it anyway of course, and the point of my posting this isn't to focus on some sort of generosity on my part. I just drew on some cards...big deal, really./. For me there's a personal part of it, seeing the effects war on people in my own life. Like I said the honor is really all mine. It was the least I could do. I would have drawn 200 cards if I had the time. I had only 3 days and I worked every night, all night on as many sketches and notes as I could do.Rich/
This looks great, Rich! I also love it how you add that extra sentiment to it. Let us know if you get an email from the person who gets it!
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