Before I get into the usual tale of how today’s page came about, I wanted to let you folks know that all of us behind Gutters will be at New York Comicon this weekend, at the Blind Ferret Booth #2457.
For any artist out there who may be interested in doing a Gutters page, Lar and I will be reviewing portfolios there and then. Part of our mission for this comic was to discover new talent, as well as showcasing exisisting. To that end, if you’re an artist looking to break through, this could be the step you’re looking for.
It’s worth noting as well that every page of Gutters is paid for, above market rates. We try to pay artists what they’re worth, not what we can get away with paying them.
In any event, Booth #2457, drop by and see us, won’t you?
As for today’s comic, this is what happens when I’m allowed to watch television at 4am. Nothing good.
Scooby and the Gang were done by David Namisato:
David Namisato is an illustrator in Toronto, Canada.
David’s recent projects include the children’s picture book “Fly Catcher Boy” from Gumboot Books, the comic series “Gabe and Allie in Race Through Time” for Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids, covers and illustrations for YES Magazine and KNOW Magazine, sketch cards for 5FINITY Productions, and work on Moonstone Books’ “Zombies vs Cheerleaders” comics.
David also has a web comic about teaching English in Japan called “Life After the B.O.E.”
David isn’t much of a morning person, but when he does wake up, he is happy because he gets to spend the day drawing.
We’ll see you on Friday, folks.