Peter Foglesong

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Sketchcards for Cancer!

Blue Line Pro has recently announced it’s 3rd annual Sketchcard Benefit Auction! The concept is pretty simple: Blue Line Pro provides blank sketchcards to artists, who then fill them up with awesome art and send them back. On April 3rd, 2010, they will then auction the cards off, with all proceeds going to help the American Cancer Society. They’re always

Happy Thanksgiving!

I hope everyone has a very Happy Thanksgiving! Jenny and I will be spending the day at her parents’ house with her family, and then probably head back to Coeur d’Alene on Friday for the big Festival of Lights downtown on the lake front. Should be fun. We’ve got a bit of a jump on the holidays and have already

Arts & Crafts

Just a note for any Spokane locals who might be reading: The next meeting of the Spokane Comicsmiths’ Guild is this coming Sunday the 15th, at Merlyns, starting at 3 pm. Anyone is welcome, and we’re always looking to meet other local artists, writers and creators. Also, the Spokane County Library Crafty Club is tomorrow, Friday the 13th, at the

Sick Days

Jenny’s been knocked out with something the past couple of days – we think it’s probably the flu, but doubt if it’s of the swine variety. She called out sick to work Sunday and Monday, but she is starting to feel better and will probably be going back to work tomorrow. I’ve been doing my best to take care of

Wednesday Stuff

Jenny has a mandatory library “Staff Day” on Friday (her usual day off), so she took today off from the law firm, which worked out well. We both had haircut appointments this morning, and then headed over to The Comic Book Shop to buy some comics. We actually didn’t get this week’s comics, as we got to the shop before

What's Happening…

Yesterday was Jenny’s father’s birthday, and we spent most of the day over in Coeur d’Alene with her parents. We went to see the Surrogates with him – which was a pretty awesome sci-fi flick (based on an equally cool indy comic). Glad we got to see it in the theatre, though I think it could’ve been a bit longer.

24 Hour Comic Book Day

…was Awesome! The 24 Hour Comic Book Challenge was held this last Saturday, October 3rd, simultaneously testing artists around the world as they attempted to create a 24 page comic, from scratch, within the span of 24 hours. I made it to 17 pages, which I’m quite happy with – hopefully next year I’ll make it all the way to

I Want….

The Microsoft “Courier” Tablet Concept I’m a fairly OCD person when it comes to organizing, and make lists for everything to help me remember what I’m supposed to be doing most days. Because of this, I’ve taken to having a little Moleskine notebook with me everywhere I go. I use it as a day-planner/calendar and also jot down notes to

Trying to Blog More Often….

Nothing too crazy going on at the moment, although I did apply for a job today (Monday) that I think I’ve got a decent shot at. I actually applied and interviewed for the same job a few months ago, and was in the running for it, but apparently it’s open again so I figured I should go for it. It’s

Comicsmiths at the Spokane Street Fair!

I’ve mentioned in other blogs about our local artist/writer group, which we’ve named the Spokane Comicsmiths’ Guild. We now have a blog set up for the Guild, as well as a deviantArt page and Facebook group, so everyone can keep up with what’s happening with the group and it’s members. They’re new, and very much works-in-progress, but it’s a start,

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