journal of cartoonist t.j. kirsch
thomasboatwright:

thomasboatwright:

Maurice Sendak by way of Edward Gorey.
Where the Dead Things Are by Thomas Boatwright.
Now available as wall art, prints, a mug, and t-shirts in a variety of sizes and colors. http://society6.com/boatwrightartwork/Where-The-Dead-Things-Are_Framed-Print#12=60&13=54

This has been on of my most popular images, but I havent sold anything of it from my Society6 page.
Would there be more interest as a limited print directly from me, or is it just fine as something that gave you a chuckle once?

thomasboatwright:

thomasboatwright:

Maurice Sendak by way of Edward Gorey.

Where the Dead Things Are by Thomas Boatwright.

Now available as wall art, prints, a mug, and t-shirts in a variety of sizes and colors. http://society6.com/boatwrightartwork/Where-The-Dead-Things-Are_Framed-Print#12=60&13=54

This has been on of my most popular images, but I havent sold anything of it from my Society6 page.

Would there be more interest as a limited print directly from me, or is it just fine as something that gave you a chuckle once?

She Died In Terrebonne: A Sam Kimimura Mystery - My process 2009-2010 when serializing the story on the web.

She Died In Terrebonne: A Sam Kimimura Mystery - My process 2009-2010 when serializing the story on the web.

Sam Kimimura - Sketchbook Pro/Galaxy Note 10.1 (2012 edition)

Sam Kimimura - Sketchbook Pro/Galaxy Note 10.1 (2012 edition)

dirtyriver:

Look what I got in the mail today: a Sam Kimimura commission by co-creator T. J. Kirsch (second part to follow tomorrow)!
Sam is the 1970s private eye hero of She Died in Terrebonne, written by Kevin Church and illustrated by T. J. Kirsch. Originally published on the web, the story is currently out of print but available on Comixology and highly recommended to all fans of P.I. fiction and noir comics. A second story is in the works.

dirtyriver:

Look what I got in the mail today: a Sam Kimimura commission by co-creator T. J. Kirsch (second part to follow tomorrow)!

Sam is the 1970s private eye hero of She Died in Terrebonne, written by Kevin Church and illustrated by T. J. Kirsch. Originally published on the web, the story is currently out of print but available on Comixology and highly recommended to all fans of P.I. fiction and noir comics. A second story is in the works.

Working on getting SDIT back in print. Proof looks good, but there are some things to fix.

Working on getting SDIT back in print. Proof looks good, but there are some things to fix.

Inked and colored on the couch just now, over a promotional SDIT sketch from 2009. Layerpaint HD and Sketchbook Pro.

Inked and colored on the couch just now, over a promotional SDIT sketch from 2009. Layerpaint HD and Sketchbook Pro.