I will try to ensure that this is my last known photo... Also, don't mind the large blurry mass, all will become clear soon enough. Look at all those classic video games back in the distance, they sure look fun!
A better view of my set up. I got my banner finally sorted out just in time for Videocon! Hopefully my name is not too small on it... The Brogan also supplied a small stand sign as well for the event. It became my proof that I in fact had worked on Dungeons and Dragons.
Canvas prints and video games... two great things that go better together! And do I see copies of my sketchbook available?
A sticky relic from my past in LA. It is amazing that this thing has held up since season 7 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Thought it would be fun to dig out and share.
An original sketch on the inside of one of the sketchbooks that went to a happy home. I will have copies of creatura libri at Illuxcon next month, be sure to come by the showcase event Friday night and Saturday morning to get a copy!
Two of the classic games that I am actually still good at. The cabinet art on these machines is gorgeous. Half the fun of these old games is to seeing the great art that adorns them.
Again, thanks to everybody at the Brogan and to all that attended Videocon last night. I think a lot of fun was had by all!
That is all for a very packed week. See you back here on Monday! Until then...
For more samples of my work or to contact me regarding my availability head over to my website: www.christopherburdett.com