May 27th, 2005
#6 is here!
#6 just arrived from the printer
and is now available
from our site.
must say that this issue
looks very good.
Quebecor did a superb job with the
printing. We started using
a new type of paper with issue #5 (Orion
60Lbs) and it really captures
all the subtleties
of the grayscale.
please make sure your local comic
book retailer is aware of ZED. Let
know that ZED can be ordered straight
from Diamond Comics. Here are the
ZED #6: APR052910
ZED Vol. 1 Hardcover: STAR17109
ZED Vol. 1 Softcover: STAR17110
May 22nd, 2005
Wars: Episode 3
everyone is putting their opinions
on the web, I thought I'd tackle the
subject here as well. Click
here to read my "non-review".
May 19th, 2005
a wonderful site that I want to bring
attention to. It's called Drawn! and
it's a fabulous source of inspiration. They
did a very nice piece on my work on
May 10th, and I've been checking
out the site ever since. Click on the
banner below and get inspired!
May 18th, 2005
lecture at the Savannah College of
Art and Design was a complete success. Check
out the full report.
May 17th, 2005
an announcement from Indigo Kelleigh:
got a couple announcements to make
today, including the confirmed appearances
of two very special guests at SCF2005,
so without further ado: (click
here to read)"
May 9th, 2005
be lecturing in Savannah, Georgia this
coming week (Wednesday 11th - Friday
13th). Should be very fun. I always
enjoy the interaction with the students.
They get energized and so do I. I'll
try getting some pictures from the
are the details:
Classical Animation Society and the
SCAD animation department present
9 p.m., Byte Café, 3515 Montgomery
Gagné has been a key character
animator for producer/director Don
Bluth and the primary effects animator
on such films as "The Iron Giant," and
he is also a successful illustrator
and sequential artist. Gagne discusses
his work at SCAD in this presentation.
Open to students, faculty and staff.
Admission is $1 with valid SCAD ID.
A bus taking attendees to Montgomery
Hall leaves Turner House at 8:30 p.m.
and Oglethorpe House at 8:45 p.m. For
more information, e-mail Melissa Feaster
at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
on the icon below to find out about
here for accounts of past lectures.
May 5th, 2005
an email I just received:
for your wonderful art. always wanted
a space scene on my left arm. went
into Star Clipper [st. louis, mo comic
shop] and found the
bird, the spider... fell in love.
so we started today. first rocket.
next sky scrapers [from the great migration].
have you ever drawn UFOs or planets?
my boyfriend loves your art as well.
we are both huge fans.
included a picture of the rocket tattoo
if you'd like to see it. thank you
here for more tattoos.
May 4th, 2005
Tail Rabbit statue is now
months of anticipation, I'm glad to
announce that the Spike Tail Rabbit statue
from Sideshow has finally arrived at
their warehouse and is ready to ship.
This is an awesome piece! Don't miss
here for more details.
May 2nd, 2005
Note to our International Friends
to our increasing volume of sales
and our limited man-power, we regret
to announce that we will no longer
be shipping outside of North America (Orders
from US, Canada and Mexico are
still welcome and appreciated).
please don't despair, you can order
nearly all of our products from
these fine on-line retailers. All
of them ship world-wide!
They carry the entire range of
Plant Comic Art -
They carry some of our books
and Sculptures. This is the place
to go if you want signed books.
Gasp - They carry all our
book (including some that are "out
of print") and comics (ZED).
Toy - Home of the Gagné collectibles.