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Bit Dead Here but Keeping Busy

Journal Entry: Fri Jun 9, 2017, 9:42 AM
Sorry about being a bit Dead here.

Last weekend where A bunch of great artist and myself were at the City of Hope Drawing for the kids at their annual event. This year I drew mostly cars because I had a CARtoons Magazine shirt on so that became my thing this year.

I had the shirt on cause I just finished my first (of hopefully) many pages for them. It is printing This coming July in Issue 10. Of I've been doing some brainstorming for that which I can't really share at this point.

It's also the end of the year so with 2 kids in school and my wife being a teacher it alway is a busy time of year. My son finished middle school this year which is great but makes my feel a bit old.

So I plan to keep Elsewhere going but not totally sure what I doing after this story resolves itself in a couple of weeks. I want to get back to the rework of the existing story for a printing but not really sure if/ how to share those as I go.

  • Listening to: Mostly 80's and Oldies
  • Drinking: Too Much Caffeine


Joseph Krejci 5th
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Current Residence: So. Cal. - Yucaipa, CA
Print preference: To be in print and distributed.
Favourite genre of music: Lots of different stuff: 80's, New Wave, Oldies 50's-60's-70's, Rockabilly, Jazz
Favourite style of art: Black & White Comics Cartoon and older style book illustration
Operating System: Mainly Mac, I've used both
MP3 player of choice: Ipod
Favourite cartoon character: Speed Racer, Wile E.
Personal Quote: That's a Whole Lot of Aztecs! - The Tick


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OK true believers, What Elsewhere strips do you like the most? The everyday live stuff or the big adventure comics? Looking at old strips and am amazed at how good they were at doing nothing (But being funny at the same time). 

2 deviants said Keep trying do do a mix of adventure and regular life.
1 deviant said The everyday life stuff
1 deviant said Can it and start something new :P
No deviants said Big adventure comics
No deviants said Make it a time period piece. 1980's?


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FlattSquat Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2016
Thanks for the watch! :D 
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Thanks TallToonist and PuffinStudio :)
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Hi... Just wanted to wish you an AWESOME BIRTHDAY  :D  Have a GOOOD one... :)
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Thanks TallToonist
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Thanks Puffin Studios
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Thanks you again Mario for the points. Just bumped the amount up to pay for the next year on DA. Price jumped from $30 to $50 for a year.
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Thanks for the watch! ^w^
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Thanks for the add, I will endeavor to put out quality work in the future for you to appreciate.

Joe5art Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2016  Professional General Artist
Sure thing Trevor. It's good to see your work.
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