BE THERE: Buffalo’s Tri-Main Center from 6-9 pm for the unveiling of the ICEA at Daemen College’s new facility in suite 530 of the Tri-Main Center, 2495 Main St.
Us from Singed Cat Studios are inviting you to see our work- an original animation shot called “Tempest in a Teapot” along with production art for the Grand Opening of Daemen International Center for Excellence! Also our wonderful pal Phil McAndrew will have his fabulous sequential arts on display.
Here is a LINK TO PRESS RELEASE LINK to Buffalo News Article
We’re back from Otakon 2011! Wow… what an experience!! We cats had a BLAST! Thanks to everyone who was cool and hung out. Real quick, here are the .pdfs from the Uber Extreme: How to Draw Chibis Pen x Ink workshop (d/l link here) and Super Japanese Stab Stitch Binding Book (d/l link here) workshop!
Hey All. I never did a formal Otakon wrap up and we just got back from EAE! So what better way than post some pics from Otakon… and in a few I’ll be posting a report on EAE. Cheers!
So Otakon 2010 was CRAZY! and a blur. There was a fire incident, of course, and the alley fan art limits and the usual flights delayed and such. But overall it was a fantastic year! It was really great to see so many familiar faces and also to meet many new ones as well! Our neighbors- Loritza and Michelle of Electric Lemonade fame were the best! We also got to hang with a lot of our Alley and Deviantart buds (you all know who you are! hehe). Also many thankx to our real life friends for helping us set up and watch our table and hang out and be cool- Chris, Emily, Steph, Dannii, Kenney, & Molly
My Uber Extreme: How to Draw Chibis: Copic Edition was a big success as well! I’m rather sad that half the people who showed up had to be turned away due to capacity issues. I’ve been told that next year I’ll be given a larger space (so hopefully that will work out!). The Workshop staff were fantastic, so many thanks to them for working with me!
The Alley had some modified times, and while our placement was less than ideal, we still managed to have fun and success. We also debuted a lot of new merch- acrylic charms, spaklies, and glow pandas and onigiri! I’m a bit bummed that I was so busy I hardly have any photos! Tim’s Honey & the Whirlwind did especially well- he sold out of all his goggles on the first day AND H&TW fans stopped by to say hi- which was SUPER cool. I did more comishies than ever before- and half of them I didnt even get to take photos of! *so sad!!* But here is some documentation, hopefully You’ll enjoy.
We’ll see you Ota-kats next year!!
Photos of the Fire Storm:
Photos of Comishions: (I actually missed a ton of photos of other comishies I did so I’m really sad I can’t show them T_T;; if you have a pic of a comishie I did for you, please send it to singedcatstudios(at)gmail.com)
Photos from our Booth: So these are just form setting up (Steph took the pics!). I don’t have any from the awesome completed setup T_T;; nor do I have any of my side of the table n_n;;
Hey kids! This week we’ll be at the fabooosh Erie Anime Experience. It’s a 3 day con in Erie, PA Sept 10-12. Here’s a handy map of the Artist Alley which is located in Room 303C of the Frank G. Pogue Student Center (405 Scotland Road Edinboro, PA 16444)
Honey & the Whirlwind author/artist, Kings will be there along with Anii (of tsubasa-no-kami fame). Kings has some limited first press copies of Honey & the Whirlwind as well as a bunch of kick ass steampunk goggles. Anii will have some Kawaii Lufflies earrings, rings, charms, and new necklaces as well as some new handmade onigiri wallets and handmade Japanese bound books! Oh! Annnd a bunch of 12 x 18 posters.
If you’d like one for only $10, visit our Etsy Shop A limited number of 12×18 posters were available at Otakon’s Artist Alley & we sold out, so now more have been added to our shop. If you wern’t able to get one, now’s your chance!