Saturday, July 17, 2010

SDCC 2010

I suppose you're wondering why I called this meeting. I just wanted to let you cool dudes and cool lady dudes know that I will have table space at SDCC this year! I will be doing some sketches and selling things like mugs, t-shirts, original art, ceramic figurines, and most importantly, a sketchbook! That's right! With the help of Rico Renzi and INDIGO INK, I have finally put together a sketchbook to sell. $__$

I have a table at the Image booth, you guys.

I will look like:

or

I haven't decided yet.

Anyway, here's the line art for the cover of my sketchbook. Yes, she is farting and waving it away with her hand, so you can keep your clever remarks between you and your mother.





Rico colored this for the cover, and it's awesome. Buy one and find out. My kids need shoes.

Love you all. See you in Sandy Egghole!

27 comments:

mattcrap said...

if you have any left over would you be willing sell one to those of us who can't make it out?

cory j walker said...

I'll consider it.

Honestly, though, I printed 300, so I'll likely only have 230 or so left after San Diego.

Guillermo P. Mogorrón said...

Any chance that you sell it by ebay, or amazon, or anyplace that we interneters can find?

kris anka said...

oh man, this is easily going to be one of my first stops at con. how much are each going for? and how much for a commission sketch?

j_ay said...

Man, you gotta hook those of us that can't make it there up!
Pleeeeeeeease

Tom said...

I'm with everyone else, there totally has to be a way for those who can't attend the con to snag a copy of the sketchbook!!

Tom said...

Mr. Walker, can you please make this available on your blog just like Ryan Ottley made his sketch book available on his website? Pleeeeeeease.

cory j walker said...

Thanks for showing interest, guys!

As I said, depending on what I've got after San Diego, I will make them available to you guys.

Kris- Sketchbooks will probably be $10, maybe $15-20 with a quick sketch in the back. I haven't decided how much my con sketches will be

Kingsley said...

Is my money no good, Walker? I want wanna those thangs.

Print more, pretty please :)

Anonymous said...

Which table/booth will you be at?

Lucas said...

I am one of those crazy guys with only an job and money to spend on awesome sketchbooks, but unable to travel to to California.
You've got to sell those things to us normal folks. You're art is that sweet shit we need to keep going.

K. Van Dam said...

Sharing the sentiment that- while I hope you sell out- I also hope you'll have some leftovers for us sad, pathetic souls that can't make it to SDCC this year ~<3

GregorsReview said...

Hey Cory!

This is Gregor. Jack always talks about your blogness, but I hadn't checked it out until today. I figured it would be internet ramblings like everyone else does(myself included) but THIS is great!

I can't wait to buy one of your sketchbooks at the con. See you there man!

Rian said...

This is relevant to my interests...

Truth Justice and The Kryptonian Way said...

Soooo any chance we would ever see an Invinigirl comic/story/team up????

(sorry if this has been addressed before)

Anonymous said...

I need one also Cory

Anthony from Berea

Guillermo P. Mogorrón said...

If the sketchbook is half as good as this blog, you will have an angry mob with forks and torches at your comic-con cubicle if you don't print enough copies for all of us.
I just say it.

daly city steven said...

Hi! I'm a long-time fan of Mr. Walker's. I'm also a fan of Travis Charest, Steve McNiven, Dustin Nguyen, Adi Granov, John Byrne, Art Adams, Leinil Francis Yu and Khoi Pham.

Once, in a similar situation, I made an offer to go to the local comic show, and purchase on behalf of the countless fans around the world who couldn't make it, and buy Travis Charest sketchbooks. As long as people were willing to pay for the packaging and shipping, I'd send them out.

Being a fan, I know what it's like to want the opportunity to buy a sketchbook, but not being able to.

You'll need a trustworthy representative. And you'll probably want to work it out with Cory, too. Travis was aware of the situation, (because he had a limit of 2 per person) and was willing to accomodate the fans from his website/board. So Cory would have to be willing to sell however many to the representative. (*fortunately, the publisher of the travis book pulled the allotted amount before the show for the website fans, and sent them out; so no representative was needed.)

just a suggestion.

due to the down economy, alas, i'm in the same boat, and cannot go to SDCC. if any books are left after the show, i'd like one as well. please keep us all posted.

have a great time!
steven
daly city, california usa

Evan said...

I MEAN IT, I want to buy 5 copies from you. I've been waiting since my first year of college (close to 8 years) for you to bring out a sketchbook!

I HONESTLY MEAN IT, DO YOU TAKE PAYPAL, I WANT MULTIPLE COPIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

EVAN-
e-mail evan.kaiser@gmail.com

Polly Guo said...

Hey it was great meetin you at the show! You're one of my art heroes so I was really happy to get my hands on the sketchbook. So rad!

Richard Oh said...

Hi,

I saw that you were going to Arizona Comic Con. Wondering if I could set up a commission there. Any info would greatly be appreciated. Please email me at richsoh@gmail.com
Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hey Cory it was great getting a chance to say hello in San Diego and I love my Galactus head shot in the back of my sketchbook! It's a WINNER!

Dusty

Mike said...

hey cory, i'm the idiot that mistook you for ryan and jason. i just waned to say it was a pleasure meeting ya and thanks for taking the time to chat. i really AM a fan of yours, from invincible to your punisher to destroyer. i LOVE the sketchbook and i'm gonna look forward to your new projects. (hopefully next year i can make a better impression!)

-mike

Pastrami said...

A big thank you for doing that Invincible sketh for my friend Christian and Cystic Fibrosis! Can't wait to see how much it brings in for a terrific cause!

You're tops!

Vincent Mahé said...

first time coming, very nice drawings. It's good to see that the old pencil is still used by someones.

Brown Buffalo said...

The picture you put up is of 2 different guys. Also I'm buying a copy of your sketchbook.

Munchanka said...

Your sketches are very solid, yet expressive. Do you use reference? If so, how do you "plus" the drawings to make em sing?