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CLICK HERE FOR KICKSTARTER: kck.st/1EVMKCK
Draw 'Em with the Pointy End</a> is a collaborative art book project in celebration of Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire!
Help us get the book funded through Kickstarter</a> and get your hands on not just the book (which is going to be absolutely GORGEOUS btw) But stickers, pendant necklaces, custom commissions, a wallpaper, a poster, a tote bag, a t-shirt and more depending on which tier you choose!
Just in time for the hype of HBO's Game of Thrones: Season 5, the project, which was lovingly organized and directed by fictograph, features work from over 100 artists from across the world. The variety of art styles, perspectives and characters they've brought together have helped to make this an incredibly unique project. Don't believe me? Here's a peek at just a handful of the pieces you'll find in the book!
:thumb520884740: And finally a preview of the finished piece from
And if that didn't convince you here are a few other artists with pieces in the book!
and of course who's worked her butt off to put this thing of beauty together! So please pay her some love!! <3
You can follow the project though these sites as well!
We'd absolutely love it if you could support this project, we've grown a little worried that we aren't quite where we expected to be at this point and that we're trending towards an unsuccessful campaign. So much love and work have gone into this project, we'd be devastated if is wasn't a success! Please, please consider funding it if you can (you can score a digital copy of the book for just $5!) and if you can't perhaps you can help us spread the word! Thank you so much!!
I am an illustrator currently employed at a design firm creating props and wall murals usually geared towards children (often but not always). I have an interest in children's illustration, comic art, game art and animation.|
I attended school at the Alberta College of Art and Design where I majored in Character Design and Illustration as well as a year at VFS where I specialized in Classical (hand drawn) animation.