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Creator of "Dinotopia"! This daily weblog by James Gurney is for illustrators, comic artists, plein-air painters, sketchers, animators, art students, and writers.
1. Spectrum Live this weekend

If you live anywhere near the middle of the USA, please come on out to Kansas City, Missouri this weekend, May 18-20 for Spectrum Fantastic Art Live, a huge festival of fantasy and science fiction artwork.

I will share booth #1003 with Jean-Baptiste Monge, and we will be doing drawing and watercolor demos each day. On Saturday at 4:00, I will be giving a brand new digital slide show on Worldbuilding.  

I will have several original paintings exhibited for sale, along with drawings, signed art prints, portfolios, and prints, and other goodies.

This is a great chance to talk informally with all of the artists, get them to sign your books or sketchbooks, or just look at lots of imaginative artwork. The entry fee is very low, only $20 for a day. Hope to see you there if you can make it. 

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