From Flat Bonnie Facebook page:
(🚀Flat Millennium Falcon not included - Jawa got it already)
You can email DKE Toys for waitlist! 🤓
This is the text from the Flat Bonnie Post:
"Mini Jackalopes say HELLO from SDCC!
Did you find all 3 + 1 mystery color?
We dropped off some more Mini Jackalopes at Giant Robot (Booth 1729).
*Don't run, but super fast power-walk to their booth if you are at SDCC this weekend! 🐰💗
I don't know Gemma Correll personally -- but love her art -- and the way she posts all the places to find her at SDCC...
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I'm sitting in our car loading these little Bee USB'S with stories and artwork for you. I was given a bunch of these little USB's by Wannabe Press so I thought I would share that amazing gift with you. I'm leaving these all over San Diego for you to find. If you are at the convention, check out Wannabe Press' booth ----> SP-K3"
UPDATE 7-18-19, Sho just announced on social media that she will NOT be at SDCC this year.
Benton Jew -- Artist's Alley DD-23 (2 pics below are from his FB page)
Love to see a profile pic like this, with sample image and con location!
UPDATE 7.24.19 -- Benton wins the multi-media Artists Alley star award this year... with lots of update photos during the show, plus this podcast link.https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/mike-manley/pencil-to-pencil/e/
I listened to the podcast while doing a mandatory workout. Podcasts add an educational element to necessary exercise. In my case, it's due to a chronic medical condition. For artists, you have to be mindful of long hours of drawing (and sitting) taking a toll on your health. Be proactive now, so you can be productive for years!. The audio is a little rough for the first half. Guest Tim Burgard has to leave about half-way through the episode, so starting around the 40 min mark the rest of the episode is all Benton Jew. At the 56 min mark he starts addressing the need for up-and-coming artists to be "intellectually curious" about the art field they want to pursue. This means knowing the names and contributions of artists in that field. Studying older films. He drops some powerful truths about the need to be literate in film language if you hope to be speaking with directors and other top tier behind-the-lens talent. Listen to him on this episode. Study the films he references. They are essentials!
and a video interview on You Tube! Benton mentions learning to draw by studying past artist icons like Andrew Loomis and Stan Drake. Don't know their work? Learn from visiting the SNB website or store. https://stuartngbooks.com/loomis-successful-drawing-en-2.html