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Hey everybody, you wanna read more stories from Jason Lenox? You know you want to gaze in wonder at the exquisite line art, gasp at the thrilling western shoot-outs, and let a single tear fall for noble story of Elijah Holman.
We need to fund this Kickstarter for Ugli Presents Vol. 2, so that you can.
So to wet your appetite, here is the front cover- colored by Brian Allen from UGLI Studios…. Artwork by Jason Lenox……
This thing is ready to go, it just needs the finishing touches, and to be printed.
This will be 38 fully colored pages of art from 3 artists.
Oh, you mean you didn’t realize it also would have art from Brian Allen and Joseph Freistuhler?
Get the word out, do this thing, post about it on the internet, talk about it in real life. Even if you can’t contribute, you probably know someone who can, and wants to.
This is Becca the Intern, signing out.
So as I think back on my personal art journey I wanted to take a minute to think about this post as a quick look back in the rear view mirror from when I wasnt doing anything to kicking it into high gear for almost two full years at this point.
Since I looked back for a minute, I need to refocus on moving forward at high speed again…
Which brings us to another milestone : “Nittany Con #1”. For me NC1 was a personal achievement to help my good friend, cranky old comics mentor and Marvel Comics Veteran, Ken Feduniwicz bring a real comic show to the Centre Region. I’ve been doing shows and conventions on the road since June of 2012, and for me this was a true homecoming to bring my “evil circus” to where I live. I’ve got some bigger shows to do this year as we build up to releasing “Painted Ladies of San Quentin” in UGLI Studios Presents #2, but this was a great time and some of my new cool art friends I’ve been lucky enough to meet on the way showed up to make it a party. So here is the pre and post news coverage from the Centre Daily Times regarding the events- as well as a shot from me with Jessica Fenstamaker(Promotional Model and Metal Goddess) at the show….
The Final Cherry on top…. they used my Bubblegum Crisis Artwork on the cover of the “Weekender” Magazine- which if you had to pick an image that really was about summing up of my great inspirations- Kenichi Sonada’s Cyberpunk Masterpiece was it. Enjoy the writeups on the show- and keep an eye out for NITTANY CON #2 in 2014!
I was lucky enough to impress the Editors of our local paper in State College- the CENTRE DAILY TIMES in January at Setsucon when I met photographer Abby Drey (click on her name to go to her blog about our photo session). This meeting led to a Feature Article in the 3/3/2013 Sunday CDT. The reporter- Chris Rosenblum- really did a great job capturing my story in his feature piece “TWO WORLDS”. So please enjoy reading about my personal journey from hothead kid, to a long hiatus to getting back at it 110% as the pen and ink wizard you know and love if you read my site! Im hoping this leads to even more opportunities for my art in the future- some great stuff in here for Elaine Renna, Joseph Freistuhler and Ken Feduniwicz, and some great hype for Painted Ladies of San Quentin and USP #2 !
And as an extra bonus, there is a video of me here on the CDT site.
An amazing article from the Lancaster New Era from 1984 (ok 29 years later now!) where if you look closely- I am working on one of my little fiend folio monster pieces, while not an artwork post- relevant to this upcoming project- where I update and redo the monster/rpg art I made as a child- enjoy!
Check out my quote from the article…”If you want to do something, and it is impossible to do, you can just draw what you think.” I agree with this quote today, and will try to keep it going! – Good Job 9 year old me!
Lords of the Cosmos #4
- 30 Years Later
- Advanced Fighting Fantasy
- Book Cover Project
- Captain Anarchy
- Colored Work
- Dr. Who
- Figure Drawing
- Gathering Anthology
- H.P. Lovecraft
- Jason in the News
- Logos/Promotional Work
- Lords of the Cosmos
- Masters of the Universe
- Mythological Creatures
- Painted Ladies of San Quentin
- Pen & Ink
- Pencil Work
- Role Playing Games
- Satanic Artwork
- Sequential Work
- Tee Shirt & Fashion Art
- The Great Vermin
- Through the Eyes of Grizelda
- TPK Games
- UGLI studios
- Viper Comics
- What's New
- Zero Charisma