Wednesday, August 25, 2010

G 46. SOLD Great American illustrator Corey Godbey

Cory Godbey is an illustrator, animator, and writer for Portland Studios.

He has illustrated picture books and book covers for Oxford University Press, Random House, and Marvel to name a few, and has worked on several animated shorts and commercials with clients including Prudential
Insurance, Microsoft Zune, and the upcoming documentary film The Last Flight of Petr Ginz.

In 2008, Cory’s work was accepted in the Society of Illustrators 50th Annual of American Illustration. In early 2009, Cory created the popular Maurice Sendak tribute site “Terrible Yellow Eyes” where professional artists from
all over the world contributed works inspired by Where the Wild Things Are.

His short graphic novel stories have been featured in the Eisner nominated FLIGHT anothologies.

Cory seeks to tell stories with his work. He also likes to draw monsters.

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Be the first to send inquiry ONLY. After you hear from me- go run and donate!-Kelly

185. and 186. making her MARK


Julia Mark

I am a Canadian artist who loves working with different kinds of inks. Art teacher by day, artist by night, I love to draw. I love the idea behind this blog, and am happy to submit my drawings for the cause!

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181-184. SOLD Family Giving


Michelle Munger

I really wanted to do something to help, especially after seeing countless pictures of these poor animals dying because of the oil and the people who are loosing their livelihood. I live in Texas, and even though the oil hasn't reached our shores just yet, we are still connected to those it has. I had each of my three children draw a picture of the oil problem through their eyes. I drew one from a picture that tugs at my heartstrings every time I see it.
These are digital pictures drawn using an art program called ArtRage on a wacom tablet. You will be getting a print on postcard quality paper.
Kelly Light, thanks for starting such a marvelous website.

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177.sold Light of Hope - IF


Christie Drahnak.
" I enjoy creating art and music, and I love animals and nature. Art and music are hobbies for me.
I created this watercolor and titled it "Light of Hope." You truly inspired me. I want you to know people like you are the light that shines through and darkness. You lift hope up to a place where we all can see it."

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