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Tiger.

It took a second for me to realize it was fake.

Biking scar.

He seemed fine and it was healing over. But it was huge.

Magenta.

And of course I didn't have one and it won't print without it.

Amy H. Peterson: Playwright - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS On this episode of the podcast, I meet Amy H. Peterson . Amy is a Playwright based out of Iowa. Amy started writing plays as a child but didn't pursue it until later in life. Amy submitted one of the plays they wrote to a call for writer's work. And at first, they passed. Then later, the people wrote back and said they would like to produce Amy's play on 42nd street in New York! Since then Amy has been working more as a Playwright. Links Amy H. Peterson on The E'ville Good https://theevillegood.bulletin.com FIERCE good causes https://fiercegoodcauses.org ๐Ÿ“ฌ Join my email list to get a call out for artists when I'm booking interviews!  http://eepurl.com/g1uUSP Watch the video Support the show! Check out the vintage pop-culture items available in my eBay Store https://ebay.to/2vMYStC Check out the other things Tom Ray does too! :) - Tom Ray's Daily webcomic - Tom Ray's graphic novels

Big lamp.

All the fake campy stuff there really appeals to me for some reason?

Water.

They weren't even fancy. Just regular bottles of water. 

Money orders.

I used to take them but they caused a lot of problems so I finally stopped doing it.

Lugging gear.

Should have stuck with the original plan!

Kids as dogs.

I thought this after seeing four dogs in a row barking at each other when they were being walked down the street.

Ashley Shaw Adams: Watercolor Artist - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

Listen to the podcast on   Apple Podcasts  |  Google Podcasts  |  Spotify  |  RSS On this episode of the podcast, I meet Ashley Shaw Adams . Ashley is a Watercolor Artist living in Baraboo Wisconsin. Ashley talks about their beginnings in watercolor and starting a line of hand-painted greeting cards. Then realized that the supply and demand of that was easier said than done! Ashley has been hitting the craft markets and selling on Etsy for the past few years making a whole different range of items featuring watercolor artwork. Links Ashley Shaw Adams on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/shop/shawpawprints Ashley Shaw Adams on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/shawpawprints ๐Ÿ“ฌ Join my email list to get a call out for artists when I'm booking interviews!  http://eepurl.com/g1uUSP Support the show! Check out the vintage pop-culture items available in my eBay Store https://ebay.to/2vMYStC Check out the other things Tom Ray does too! ๐Ÿ˜Š - Tom Ray's Daily webcomic - Tom Ray's graphic

Crow and bunny.

Do bunnies chase crows normally?

Song idea.

I'm gonna wait a day before I start making drastic changes.

Bruce and Vox Henderson: Prejippie Music - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

On this episode of the podcast, musicians and podcasters Bruce and Vox Henderson of Prejippie Music are back on the show. They recently finished an online course about marketing as an artist and we talk about what they learned from that experience. Also, they are just really fun to talk to ๐Ÿ˜Š Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS Links Bruce and Vox's website https://www.prejippie.com Bruce and Vox's Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/DIYrockstar Blooming Prejippie on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bloomingprejippie Bourgeoisie Paper Jam on Bandcamp https://bourgeoisiepaperjam.bandcamp.com/album/sugar-fit ๐Ÿ“ฌ Join my email list to get a call out for artists when I'm booking interviews!  http://eepurl.com/g1uUSP Support the show! Check out the vintage pop-culture items available in my eBay Store https://ebay.to/2vMYStC Check out the other things Tom Ray does too! :) - Tom Ray's Daily webcomic - Tom Ray's graphic

Giant skull.

At least I'm pretty sure I've never said it before?

Child comedian.

Roasted by a group of kids.

Moved out.

Finally got all my stuff out of there.

Scraping windows.

Not fun but had to do it. Also the word scaping never looks correct to me?

G.A Dominguez: Webcomic Artist - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

On this episode of the podcast, I meet G.A Dominguez. He is a webcomic artist based in Mexico. We talk about how he got started making webcomics, his comic Little M, going to school for animation and his love of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS Links G.A Dominguez on Twitter  https://twitter.com/gadominguez1984 G.A Dominguez on Tapas  https://tapas.io/series/We-Are-The-Madrizas-ENGLISH G.A Dominguez Website https://gadominguezcomichut.blogspot.com ๐Ÿ“ฌ Join my email list to get a call out for artists when I'm booking interviews!  http://eepurl.com/g1uUSP Support the show! Check out the vintage pop-culture items available in my eBay Store https://ebay.to/2vMYStC Check out the other things Tom Ray does too! :) - Tom Ray's Daily webcomic - Tom Ray's graphic novels "Then This Happened..." - Podcast Music by Tom Ray's band Lorenzo's Music https://www.lorenzosmusic.com

Storage unit.

I can't even talk to someone to get a refund.

Running A Virtual Market, What He Learned - David Van, Tom Ray's Art Podcast Clip

What it was like to run an online virtual market for the first time? On my art podcast, I spoke with David Van who runs the Madison Makers Market which is a pop-up market that involves creators and artists in different places throughout the year. But when the world shut down in 2020 he tried an online virtual market. I asked him about his experience and how he ran this new virtual market for the first time. You did try to do a virtual market? Yes, I did. Man, it was awkward as hell!  Because it's a brand new format as a concept so we were all just kind of feeling around in the dark.  So I looked at what a couple other people were doing and some of those markets hadn't even gone live yet. So I was just extrapolating what they were talking about.  I came to the conclusion that if you did it for like a single day or only a couple of days that would be presuming a lot about people's schedule and availability or finances.  So I thought that running the event for too short a tim

How do I upload my webcomic book file to publish on Amazon KDP

Uploading my webcomic book to Amazon KDP  A talked about the first section of the publishing process of Amazon KDP in a previous post was all about creating the title and filling out all the information about my book. The next section in the Amazon KDP process is for the book content itself , where I upload the files I created for my book pages . ( Related post: Video - Making a Webcomic Book on Amazon Part 3 ) Choosing an ISBN code for my book It asks me to choose an ISBN code .  Choosing an ISBN code Amazon KDP actually gives me the option to create an ISBN code through them. Some information about ISBN codes for books An ISBN is assigned to each separate edition and variation (except reprintings) of a publication. For example, an e-book, a paperback, and a hardcover edition of the same book will each have a different ISBN. via Wikipedia . It's the barcode that they put on the back of each book.  Amazon can create an ISBN code for you and they do it for free . Can I upload my o

Xylus and Dexter in Space! "Pins and Needles" Episode 7 - Cartoon animation

Episode 7 - of my animated cartoon series Xylus and Dexter in Space! Here is episode 7 of my animated cartoon Xylus and Dexter in Space! Concept In this Episode: Xylus and Dexter had eliminated what they thought was the ghost of Phineas Handala... Or did they? ( Related post:   Xylus and Dexter in Space! "Mirror, Mirror" Episode 6 - Cartoon animation ) Cartoon Art I had been watching a lot of Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoons and it inspired me to take a different direction with the backgrounds and character drawings that I had been doing up until now. I started out trying charcoal and sponge-styled backgrounds, like this one of the outside of the castle door. Castle exterior in Photoshop with sponge and charcoal textures But when I was animating the cartoons importing these image files as the backgrounds it made the file sizes huge! So I took the art I had already made in this style and redrew them in the animation software.  Then I vectorized one of the sponge brushes I was

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