Howdy folks, I know it’s been a while but I’ve been busy! If anybody is reading this and is interested in purchasing some art, there are a couple ways… We’re currently working on the woundedbutdangerous website so you can download pdfs directly from the site, but until then I’ll always have something up on eBay – just search Jim Terry Art!
Also, I’ve set up an Etsy page, where I’ll be selling various types of work including sketches, finished illustrations and full comic pages! Whoa! Here is the direct link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/JimTerryArt?ele=shop_open
And of course, if you have a specific question or want to commission something special, you can always drop me a line at email@example.com
I’ll try and keep this more reliable from here on out, and thanks!
It’s true, in this strange year 2011 Jim Terry is predicted by unnameable forces to be visible on Saturday, February 12 between the hours of 2-4pm. This rare and mystical sighting is apparently to take place at The Comic Vault (Ashland and Montrose, NW corner, Chicago) during their fabled “WinterCon” – during which several creators of comic book fancy and the peripheral factions thereof can also be sighted. Almost as rare as a solar eclipse but not nearly as harmful to your corneas, Jim will be signing copies of his numerous comic creations and most likely trying to be funny between bouts of savage anxiety. If you can, swing by and see something not nearly as dazzling as the birth of a universe.
Yes, it’s true. I will be at the Comic Vault (NE corner of Ashland and Montrose, Chicago Illinois) on Black Friday. There will be TWO, (2), count ‘em, new issues available! Finally we get to see what happens to Edgebright & Leofwyn in “The Gift Part 2″, a giant-sized conclusion to the action packed first issue.
Also available will be…. LIE DOWN LOW: BRICKS & MORTAR issue one. Yes, I have decided to tackle the scuzzy, scum-ridden and thoroughly infested world of LDL once more. This series (most likely about seven issues) will be short stories of hard luck heroes on the periphery of the heavy action, the (as Barbra Streisand so famously called them) “little people” who get caught in the meat grinder of life. Come with me on this journey… it will be worth it; so far it is (in my opinion) the best work I’ve done to date and the second issue is already completed, just awaiting feedback on #1!
Hope to see you there, and sorry I’m such an inconsistent blogger.