Philosophy and the Art of Second Editions- Drymounted.com Giant Tim Doyle Interview

A couple of weeks ago, Derek over at Drymounted.com had an open call to his readers for questions to be posed to me, with the top few questions that got the most votes would get answered.  But because I love to hear my own voice, I said I’d answer them all.  So, reprinted with permission, here is way more information than you wanted to know about me-

1. What advice can you give to artists starting to market their work on the internet? Which artists inspire you to create new drawings and designs?

Step one- do art. Step three- profit.

I wish I could say- do x,y,z and that will bring you fame and fortune. But man, there is no method. If I hadn’t learned every aspect of the business side of things while curating the Alamo’s poster series WHILE ALSO spending way too much time learning how to draw and print, WHILE ALSO building up a ton of contacts along the way, I wouldn’t even be at my meager position. There is no set way to go about it- but one thing I can’t emphasize enough- cover your ass. Learn the business end of things, and just hammer away at it. Don’t settle for what other people give you- you have to carve your own chunk out of the beast. That’s my motto, I guess- don’t settle. Get out there and take.

As far as what artists inspire me- I think my influences are pretty evident. I’ve been a comics junkie for decades now, and that shows pretty heavily in my work. Building the Alamo series exposed me to a bunch of new artists and guys like Tyler Stout were a big influence. Seeing his work was like seeing a new way how to draw- a new problem my brain just had to solve. I’ve definitely spun off in my own direction over the last year or so, but that was a starting point, to be sure.

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Intergalactic Nemesis Video up-

Instead of me EXPLAINING what The Intergalactic Nemesis Trans-Media comic book / Live Action Graphic Novel I’m drawing is…

I’m going to save about 10 mins of talking and just SHOW you-

The script is by Jason Neulander and Co, and I’m doing all the drawing!  This particular chapter was colored by Paul Hanley.

The actors and Buzz Moran on sfx bring the script to LIFE on stage.  The whole thing is set to debut at the Long Center for the Performing Arts here in Austin TX over Labor Day!

Now…I just have to actually finish drawing it…scary.

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My follow up to the now sold out ‘White Dragon’, “If Only You Could See What I’ve Seen” went up for pre-sell last week, and is now printed and shipping out to those people on the mailing list who bought one!

The next shot to pick one up is at the Nakatomi Inc / Clint’s Prints booth at Flatstock Austin this weekend (March 18-20)! Flatstock is held at the Austin Convention center, so come on out and pick one up! Any remaining copies will hit the Nakatomi site the following Monday morning (the 22nd).

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STAPLE! Independent Press/ Art Expo-

This Saturday in Austin, TX is the annual STAPLE! Independent Press Expo- Austin’s ONLY comic book convention. (At least until Wizard World Austin starts…in case you haven’t had your fill of broken down 80’s TV and porn stars yet)

And as a part of the Expo, I’ll  be splitting a table w/ The Intergalactic Nemesis- which is the Live-Action Comic-Book featuring art from lil’ ol’ me!

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Appleseed Cast / Low Level Owl poster and art print-

The Appleseed Cast is a killer band out of Kansas, and I got the chance to do the poster for their Austin Texas show on last Saturday (2/27/10).

And since I loved the image so much, I also released it as a text-less art print!

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