First of all, thank you to everyone who stopped by the booth during the show. It was really fun to see familiar faces from last year and new faces from this year. I also need to thank Scot, Sally, Mash, And Jeremy for helping make TMEA happen for Odd Quartet. They are some of the best friends a webcomiker could have!
I wish I had more time to roam the exhibit hall floor, but the booth kept me more than occupied the entire show. There were some really cool booths that I got to see as I passed by them every morning. The VicFirth booth was across the aisle, and the RBC booth takes up about the size of a football field’s worth of sheet music and scores.
I loved hearing from Odd Quartet readers during the show and talking with some of you has given me some great ideas for OQ in 2014. Some of those ideas are for new products I can add to the store, and some ideas are for how the website as a whole can be improved for new readers just discovering Odd Quartet.
I can’t thank you enough for reading and sharing Odd Quartet with your friends and fellow music lovers. Thank you for supporting Odd Quartet and I hope to see you all again at TMEA next year!
Hey everyone, due to the incredibly icy weather here in Texas, there was a small delay in some of the orders being shipped out from the Odd Quartet store. Today, I am glad to say that we are caught up on the orders that were placed over the icy weekend and everything is running smoothly again. Yay! (If you haven’t received a confirmation email from the store yet, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can check on your order).
In case you haven’t visited the Odd Quartet store yet to get your favorite musician an awesome gift this year, BEWARE! Certain designs and sizes are selling out fast, so hit the link to check it out before they’re all gone!
Hey Everyone! Here’s the brand new art vlog for this week. I had the “camera” rolling while I worked on the “Worlds Collide” strip. While I was drawing this I remembered why I always draw people in t-shirts…because formal wear has so many more lines to draw. But, complaining aside, it was good practice and I have some new ideas the next time I have to draw formal wear.
Hey everyone, I have started an art vlog! I have been recording one of the comics each week while I work on it in photoshop, then speed it up so you can see the entire process, from sketch to strip, in about four minutes time. It’s been a lot of fun recording these for you. If you want to see more videos, check out the Odd Quartet channel on YouTube – don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE! Here is the latest video. I hope you like it!