New Books Are Here: How To Draw & Rachel Rising TPB #2

I have two new books out now. Both are available in print or digital versions at your favorite comic shop or comiXology. Or order direct from me at my store page. They are on other bookseller sites as well, so there’ll be no trouble getting one or both in your hands before the holidays.

The new Rachel Rising trade paperback collects issues 7-12 of the series. I haven’t made any story comments on this blog, so I hate to start dishing the dirt now for the sake of salesmanship. Let’s just leave it at, If you like anything I’ve ever done before, buy this book.

After spending the last 20 years drawing for a living, it dawned on me that I should write down the tips and tricks and templates and honest observations I’d collected over the years and pass them along. So I wrote five chapters focusing on my strengths (Women, Expressions, Beautiful, Funny, Comics) and released them as comics over 2012-2013. Now those chapters are collected into one book and available for sale as Terry Moore’s How To Draw. Everything I know about making comics is now yours.

 

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My 2013 Convention Appearances

After a year off, I’ll be back out on the convention circuit next year. With five dates in the U.S. and one in Italy, here’s my 2013 convention schedule so far:

Emerald City Comicon, Seattle, WA   March 1-3

WonderCon, Anaheim, CA   March 29-31

Phoenix Comicon, Phoenix, AZ   May 23-26

Comic-Con International, San Diego, CA   July 17-21

Baltimore ComicCon, Baltimore, MD   September 7-8

Lucca Comics & Games Festival, Lucca, Italy   November

 

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My Colorist’s Kickstarter

I say “my colorist” not in a possessive way, but to clarify this is Brian Miller we’re talking about. The Brian Miller who colored almost every cover of Strangers In Paradise and Echo and who knows how many pinups and story pages for my mainstream jobs. So, yeah, you know his beautiful work.

Now Brian and the talented folks at his Hi-Fi Design shop are ready to make and release an anthology style graphic novel—UNTOLD TALES— showcasing their talents. Let’s make this happen. Check out the kickstarter page here. You’ll be glad you did.

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