Just for fun, for the next 100 days I will do one 3-6 second storyboard/animation a day here on the blog and on Vine (username is bryanbeus)! Should be fun.
Portrait drawing at the Provo Farmer’s Market is fun. If you’re local, you should come by! I’m only charging a couple bucks as I’m still new at this; within the next week or two I’ll start slowly raising the price.
No more need for flowers… A short animatic (For people viewing from my blog’s main page: you can only see the video from within the actual post, due to the way the way the blogging webcode works. Thanks for your patience.)
Shortcut Update Pretty fun to see a graphic novella come together for my first time. I’m excited to let people read it—you can buy it from me already at fairs and conventions—and I will at some point in time make it available to read via PDF for free. However, the latter option is going to […]
Here it is, The Shortcut in the Sky – the finished cover. I’ve renamed it, you might notice. Sound better? I think so. And—thanks to my wonderful cousin and volunteer editor—we’ve corrected a bunch of grammatical errors.
Last night around 11PM I got a hankering to paint, so here’s the Short Cut – Semi-Final Cover. I put up a few video blips of the painting while in process. It’ll be up online for a few more weeks, and then livestream.com automatically deletes it. Hope to release the story online soon. I’ll probably […]
The Weekend Review Thank you to everyone who helped make Salt Lake Comic Con 2014 a success! What a great event. Tons of costumes, tons of celebrities (including Patrick Stewart, Nathan Fillion, and Karen Gillam!), and tons of amazing art and stories. And thank you to everyone who supported me, personally! We nearly sold out of […]
Bryan’s Comic Con Panel Schedule I’m speaking on two panels at Salt Lake Comic Con this year.Sat 6:00 PM – Storytelling through ArtSat 8:00 PM – Should I Write? Or Illustrate? Or Both? Artist’s Alley Location Also, I’m at Artist Alley booth o1. (The layout of the floor is a little confusing. I’m between the […]
Here are a couple of panels from where she makes the decision to climb. (As a reminder, this is just a side project that I’m doing in my free time. It’s not associated with my publisher) We’re closing in on the end. I should have all the revisions made soon, and then I think I’m […]
Sketchbooking dragons and other random things