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Image Description: You see a simple everyday door key, with a heart in its center, underneath it is caption “The Key to My Heart!” it is signed by Paul Kupperberg
Image Description:a key but at the top is a persons head doodled, he has a round nose and hes showing some teeth! It is signed by P. Bagge NJ’16
Image Description:A key, the top is an eyeball, the teeth of the key appear to be a saw and is laying in a pool blood or red liquid of some kind. it is signed by Mort Todd.
Image Description:a simple doodle of a regular door key. it is signed.
Image Description: a skeleton key with a skull with horns on the top, the key is wrapped in a scarf.
Image Description: a skeleton key. above the key it says tooth key. it has spikes or perhaps teeth at the top of the key and at the bottom of the key are 2 large teeth and 1 small tooth. it is signed by Paul Harding.
Image Description: there is a cartoon dog with its mouth open. above its mouth is a key shining as if it were a bright idea. under the dog is a link to a website and under the link it says 2:AM
Image Description: A simple drawing of a key, except the teeth of the key are not cut and ibstead the key is cut a bit shorter.
Image Description: A skeleton key, at the top of the key is Magneto from the “XMEN” comics Helmet and there are action sequence accents surrounding the helmet representing superpowers.
Image Description: A very detailed sketch of a door key. the top center of the key has numerous lines. tge key is drawm in a dark black ink. it is signed by Cliff Chiang 2016
Image Description: a skeleton key in orange with a blond haired girls head atop the key. she is wearing a blue super hero mask and smoking a cigarette.
Image Description: A skeleton key. atop the key is a skull witj cross bones and the key looks like a stick wrapped or perhaps mummified.
Image Description: a skeleton key. it has a cats head with 1 tooth and a shiny round nose with its mouth open. the bone of the key has stripes coming down. underneath the key it says HEATHCLIFF KEY as the cat om the key is actually Heathcliff! It is signed by Peter Gallagher
Image Description: a skeleton key bit the head of the key is Captain America’s head. the key is drawn in pencil and nicely shaded and blended together via rubbing or smearing of the pencil.
Image Description:a bright orange skeleton key. the head of the key is the sun with a bright yellow center. the bone of the key is also yellow and the teeth of the key are orange.
Image Description: a skeleton key with a heart shaped handle to the key. at the bottom of the key opposite normal teeth there is an extra tooth that bends outwards.
I have decided to take a 30 day writing Challenge! Expect lots of awesome new content! I have lots of stuff planned! Apologies for my lack of posts recently, I am also currently focusing on my first comic! Expect a tease very soon!
I would like to also give a huge thanks to Inbeon and Inbeon Con, as they have been super supportive in my projects! Inbeon Con is a Comic and art Convention that is run by artists, an amazing and supportive event with a great team that runs it! I highly suggest if your in the NY Metro or Long Island region you attend! It was the fist Comic Book Convention I tabled at and that was soe time ago! it also sparked my creative side and allowed me to newtwork with artists i wouldn’t have met otherwise! for more info check out their site at www.inbeoncon.com and if you do decide to buy tickets to the event, heres a discount code for you for additional savings! The codeword is: Keys
Discount Code: Keys
Hope to see you at the event!
Have I mentioned I will be at Abilities Expo(Metro) for the Cosplay Contest hosted by CosAbilities? Both Nancy and myself will be guest judges for the event! More info can be found here:
Have you seen this Video that both Namaro Designs/Nancy and myself were a part of? This was alot of fun and such an awe inspiring event! I was truly honored to be a part of this event and I hope you will take the time to give the video of the event a gander!
Seeing as how this Saturday is “‘Cripping’ The Comic Con” at Syracuse University, Information about this event can be found at www.crippingthecon.com I felt it would be great for me to show the first key ever sketched in the “Key Book” this was done a little over a year ago at last years “‘Cripping’ The Comic Con” By an amazing artist by the name of Giles. The key can be found below:
This week I am also showcasing a key sketched by the amazing sculptor Paul Harding and my attempt to bring it to life.
I am also going to showcase a key drawn by the incredible Joe Hill. He was one of the inspirations for this project. As his and Gabriel Rodriguez’ comic series “Locke and Key” by IDW Publishing is by far one of the best, well written and diverse comics in history and really helped me push myself through some hard times. Expect to see more posts about “Locke and Key” in the future!
Finally I am showcasing a cosplay done by Nancy Amaro and myself based on the Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’ comic series “Locke and Key”
In this Cosplay we are the Character “The Weepy” and “Fear Itself” named after the emotions of depression and fear respectively. We both use these costumes to bring awareness to Mental Health and bring NeuroDiversity with us to Comic Conventions.
As a side note I must Mention that the initial Idea for the “Key Book” was inspired based on an idea that Nancy showed me back when she was living in Texas and we were only online pen pals and had not met in person yet. Expect a post and perhaps a podcast exploring how we met, the inspiration and history behind the “Key Book” and much more.
The photo credit for this incredible shot goes to Jason Laboy of Jason Laboy Photography.