Making Some Room

2019 is in full swing and it’s time to start making some room.  Meaning, we have a sale going on!

We’re starting to cut down on all the prints we offer.  Oh, don’t get me wrong, we’re still going to offer some.  Just not as many sizes.  So starting with our 11×17 prints, those are all discontinued.  The quantities we have for each, is it (5 or under).  They feature some of our characters as they are AND some who have dressed up in cosplay as some of their favorite characters.  Check out our online store HERE.

ALL of the 11×17 prints are just $8ea with only $3 shipping on your TOTAL order.  So if your order is $8 or $80.  You’re only paying $3 for shipping.  This shipping deal goes for EVERYTHING in the store, not just the 11×17’s.  PLUS, as an extra thank you for reading our blog, I’m want to give you an EXTRA 20%OFF your total purchase with this discount code: 20OFF4U
You can use this code is on EVERYTHING in the store, not just for the discontinued prints.  But you can use it for those too.  The code expires March 1st.  So don’t wait too long to stock up.

Every so often we’ll throw in little deals or give a ways for people who read our blog.  Just as a little thank you for taking the time out of your day to check us out.

Exhibit in Review

First of all, THANK YOU to everyone who came out to our first cartoon art gallery exhibit this past weekend in downtown Lake Geneva. It was a success. Everyone seemed to enjoy the exhibit and atmosphere. Well common, it was above a coffee house. What’s not to like (hehe)?

Feb 1-3rd marked out very first gallery exhibit featuring our own characters and art from the studio. Since this being our first one, we really didn’t know what to expect. To our surprise, we were pretty busy Saturday and Sun. Friday was a little slower because that entire week we had -50 degree wind chills and businesses and schools were closed until Friday when it warmed up. So everyone was “back to normal”.

Saturday, we actually had people waiting to come upstairs and check out the exhibit (we were on the entire second floor of the coffee house). That’s a great feeling. Seeing people’s eyes widen when I tell them about how we create animation and seeing them laugh/chuckle at the comic strips on the wall, really gives you a warm fuzzy inside. Sunday was pretty much the same. A lot more kids though. Seeing the kids get inspired with our “process” of how we create comic strips is inspiring to me.

People measure success in many different ways. For me, it’s seeing how people react to what we’ve created, were they asking questions and seem interested in what we are creating? I had a lot of questions asking about who this character is or what’s the story behind this scene. To me, that’s something you can’t put a price tag on.

To sum up the entire weekend in two words. It ROCKED! We had such a great time and met a lot of new people.

Would this be something I’m willing to do again? ABSOLUTELY! Maybe next time, closer to YOU!