I’m going to try to make this post relatively short and only talk about a few things that I keep putting off. First off, I want to thank everyone from Harrisburg Comic Con for a great show. Glad to have a (good) show in Harrisburg again.
Second is a quick update on a The Art of Josh Knaub: Vol 1. The book is done! I’m going to be getting a proof shortly to make sure everything is how I want it and it should be out very soon. I underestimated how long it was going to take me but I’m glad I took my time with it. I had fun designing pages and hiding things along the way. Now onto fulfilling the Kickstarter commissions.
Another thing that held me back a bit was I had a realization about my work while I was designing the book. While decided what to put in and what to leave out, I become very aware that the vast majority of my work is also other people’s work. What I do, for these cons is draw my version of someone else’s creation. To be quite honest, I don’t want that. I love doing these shows and I love meeting all of you, but I think it’s time to focus on my own work and build a body of work that is 100% mine. So, this past weekend at Harrisburg Comic and Pop Con was going to be my last show for the year, but not forever! I will only be attending Four State Comic Con in Hagerstown, MD and next years Harrisburg Comic and Pop Con. More on all of this later.
The last thing I wanted to mention is I am slowly building a brand new online store. At the top of this page, you’ll see a new “store” link. I’ll eventually have all of my prints available, but right now you can grab a few different things. I’ll be adding stuff every day for the next week or so, so keep checking back! While your checking around at the small list of things on the store, from now until Oct 1, use code “grandopening” to get $3 your purchase!
I have a few more things to announce but those will be coming soon.
I'm Knob, an artist out of Lancaster, PA. I have done just about any type of art I have come across. Anything from just plain drawing to tattooing. I've recently started doing digital work in the last year and I'm really starting to fall in love with it. I've always come back to drawing so, I'm trying to merge the two, which I've so far been successful at.