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Some of my friends have some really nice kickstarters going on and they asked me to tell you about them!

Robby Bevard, a colorist who has worked on everything from Steam Wars to Iron Man, has always wanted to say
see the first 50 issues of Gold Digger in color. He's offered to do it at cut rate, but he still needs to pay the bills while he's taking a half dozen months off to do it.
The GD color project kickstarter is over here:

www.kickstarter.com/projects/1…

Meanwhile Tony G. (Sorry Tony. I've never been able to spell your last name) Has a project he's been working on with Wes Hardiman for a long time! Feels like a more gritty Skies of Arcadia.
Their kickstarter is over here:

www.kickstarter.com/projects/g…

Thanks for checking them out!
Comiconn Bound by FredGDPerry
Comiconn Bound
Getting ready for Comiconn: August 14-16th
Plus I get to visit some relatives.
It's a new con and the commission list is usually vacant for those.
Maybe I can catch up on the online ones then.

Unless a freak chigoe plague strikes that is.
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GDAOS MarvelTryOut 02 Cobweb by FredGDPerry
GDAOS MarvelTryOut 02 Cobweb
Disclaimer: Since try-outs IS in the marvel universe, they can't really be owned by anyone but marvel. But If some of these do wind up there, I hope they let me do an issue.^^
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GDAOS MarvelTryOut 01 Steeltoe by FredGDPerry
GDAOS MarvelTryOut 01 Steeltoe
I found this hiding on my backup harddrive.
Sorry I didn't post this sooner... (Like last year)
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Some of my friends have some really nice kickstarters going on and they asked me to tell you about them!

Robby Bevard, a colorist who has worked on everything from Steam Wars to Iron Man, has always wanted to say
see the first 50 issues of Gold Digger in color. He's offered to do it at cut rate, but he still needs to pay the bills while he's taking a half dozen months off to do it.
The GD color project kickstarter is over here:

www.kickstarter.com/projects/1…

Meanwhile Tony G. (Sorry Tony. I've never been able to spell your last name) Has a project he's been working on with Wes Hardiman for a long time! Feels like a more gritty Skies of Arcadia.
Their kickstarter is over here:

www.kickstarter.com/projects/g…

Thanks for checking them out!

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FredGDPerry
Fred Perry
United States
Current Residence: San Antonio
Favourite style of art: manga, anime
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Azrael-Luchador Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey! Your artwork is awesome ;):horns:
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NightBronies Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2016  Hobbyist Filmographer
Hey you are read private message?
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thestooge2222 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2016
there seems to be something wrong with the antarctic-press website.
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kanyiko Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
A very Merry Christmas to you!! :hug:
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BeastifulLeon91 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2015
Do you remember Ninja at Work gNAW from Canada who made done in your Gold Digger Swimsuit annual ?
In which Canadian city Ninja at Work gNAW  comes?
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Q99 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2015
When my new-comic-pull-list hits a dry spell, your Gold Bricks are *such* a lifesaver :)
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mariic1 Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2015
Where can I find the Gina Diggers comics?
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:iconq99:
Q99 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2015
A lot of Gold Digger comics are Here for free, and new ones can be purchased here
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Gojira012 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2015
Does Gina have a boyfriend
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ToefieldIllustration Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Hi Mr. Perry,

You don't know me but I spoke to you during Chicago Comic a few years ago back in 2010. I first saw your work back in 1995 when I picked up a copy of your Comic Gold Digger from Apocolypse Now Comics in Washington D.C. I would save for weeks to be able to travel there.

I've always wanted to be a comic artist. Ever since I saw Robotech for the first time I was inspired in a way that I couldn't understand fully that illustration was my real calling. After that,  Growing up as a black man I've always felt as though I was in the dark in terms of what was possible. Comics really felt as though it was an industry that I couldn't be part of. I still wouldn't give up though regardless of that idea.

When I arrived at the comic store for the first time I was immediately drawn to your books as well as the BattleChasers books by Joe Mad. I had to bought buy both because they were so good. I poured over the illustration constantly trying to understand how and why you made the marks that you made.

My biggest shock was when I actually looked at the editors forward( I never look that part of the book ever ). I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw a picture of you with a robotic arm illustrated onto the photo. I don't know exactly how this sounds but, seeing that you could become part of the industry, and that you could be part of the industry in your own way. (by self-publishing) has been a sort of "north star" for me.

It's given me the strength to not consider failure as an option. Even though I've had to take years off because I became a soldier in the Army, or that I have a family, you've been an inspiration to me. In the next month I'm having a book published that I'm the primary artist for. I want to send you a pdf copy when I'm allowed to release it. I just wanted you to know ahead of time as well as how I can send it to you. Ultimately I've wanted to know the effect you've had on me.

Charles Toefield
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