For anyone who's seen my work here, you know it mostly stems from a weekly sketch challenge I do over at Comic Book Resources on their Comics Should Be Good blog, run by the seemingly sleep-is-unnecessary-to-me Brian Cronin.
With mounting work pressures, and the feeling I've got all I can out of mostly corporate icon comic book mashups, it's time to move on to other things.
Dan, and George - the other two artists who have been along since the beginning - are also leaving, which means THREE spots are open to take our place.
If you think you can handle the tight turn-around of doing one sketch a week indefinitely, I recommend getting in on the fun!
I used the Line to experiment with style and stretch my drawing abilities, - from faux oil paintings to cute chibi style to teaching myself how to handle a brush and ink (an ongoing lesson) - and even sold a lot of the original artwork (under the protection of 'Parody Art' naturally) for anything between 30 and 100 dollars each. It's a great platform - lots of eyes will see your work, (including other professionals you may admire) , and it also means lots of critiques will be thrown your way (regardless of your skill level, and/or feelings) so it's great for learning how to handle the peanut gallery!
Here's the link if you want to sign up.