Latest update! Two weddings at once is a lot of work (don't worry, they aren't both mine). So I apologize for the lack of updates in the past month. But that time has been well spent on preparing for my latest endeavors.
First - check out my store at elizabethkidder.storenvy.com. It's where you can buy my original artwork. The more I sell, the more I have to create to fill up the Wall o' Art again.
Next - if you don't have a few hundred to drop on an original painting, why not become a patron? Check out patreon.com/ekidderillustrator where, for as little as $5 a month, you can become a patron of my work and support me in creating new artwork, releasing new pages from my graphic novel, and fund a permanent space in local galleries.
Finally - waiting for the next installment of Jannah Station? I have begun work on the first chapter in Jannah Station: Academic Suicide. We've also printed a limited run of the Omnibus of Jannah Station: A Soft Murder, with exclusive content and a new cover at only $15. Contact me to purchase. We'll also be releasing the first issue of both A Soft Murder and Academic Suicide as a weekly online serial comic. Stay tuned for the first page!
In the DragonCon aftershocks, I've been busy, and I'm now ready to show you what I've got in store for you. After meeting several wonderful comic artists whose work I read in serial format online, I realized that as much as I can talk up my graphic novel Jannah Station, the best way to convince you, is to show you. So, every Monday, a new page of the first issue of "Jannah Station: A Soft Murder" will be uploaded for you, the viewers and readers. Feel free to follow along and share with your friends, and if you want to read ahead, you can buy all four issues digitally on Amazon. If you are looking for a physical copy, I am pleased to announce that ZaPow!, an illustrator's gallery in Asheville, NC is currently selling them, along with prints from the comic, and my own art. Ready to read? Just click the Robot Moses below!
(Or click on the Jannah Station tab in the menu bar.)
In order to make myself work, and make sure you still have work to follow, an update on several projects:
I met author C. David Conner at AdventureCon last year, and was commissioned to create an interior illustration for his upcoming novel, featuring the vampire Vimala, who appears in his other book, Bloodbourne, which you can check out on Amazon.
Working with fellow Einstein employee and graphic designer Chris Pack, we are creating a series of posters and promotional materials for local band MendingWall. This is the first draft of the poster, with more imagery in a similar style to follow, after our meeting next week.
More on these, and a new project involving dinosaurs and trading cards, next week!
I'm Elizabeth Kidder, freelance illustrator currently located in Knoxville, TN. Please enjoy the site and Contact Me with any job inquiries or questions.