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Intro


Gerard does a little bit of everything.

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Intro


Gerard does a little bit of everything.

 

This year, between Con appearances, Gerard will be found somewhere in Canada. He's just not sure where, exactly.

While on the road (and trail, and river, and lake) he'll be continuing to do comic-related and other freelance work as well as extensive writing, photography, and videography. He can't stop himself from doing it, but he wishes his backpack weighed a lot less.

You can follow his adventure on this site, or use the usual social media things. You know the drill. You can contribute to his adventure and get all sorts of original artwork in exchange if you visit his Patreon page.

 
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Cons and Prints


Cons and Prints

Cons and Prints


Cons and Prints

 

Gerard makes some comic-related prints, alone and in collaboration, which are sold and loved worldwide. You can track down copies in his Etsy store or find him at conventions and have a delightful conversation. Or even a very serious conversation.

(His "Dr. Harleen Quinzel" print creates a lot of very complicated conversations.)

Because he's traveling for most of the year, he doesn't currently have many scheduled convention appearances for 2017. He'll be at:

Because he's traveling around this year, you may see him in a park (or beach, or trailhead) somewhere in Canada selling prints along with original artwork. Come say hi!

 
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Comics and Sequential Art


Comics and Sequential Art

Comics and Sequential Art


Comics and Sequential Art

 

Gerard also does a bunch of different comics-related things. He builds his own projects from the ground up (The Book of Grey, Staccato) or with writing collaboration (Maximum Randomosity, REEB: Can I Draw on Your Face?), but you'll also see his name in credits as an editor (Armadillo Justice, Armadillo Justice: Tall Tails), a letterer (The Tower), a writer (Disconnect), or a colourist (Mr. Stupendous). He sometimes also does inks, but he mostly treats that as colouring in black.

 
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Photography


Photography

Photography


Photography

 

When he's not hovering over a page, there's a decent chance you'll find Gerard hiding behind a lens. Some of his shots are pretty decent.

 
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Traditional Media


Traditional Media

Traditional Media


Traditional Media

 

Gerard mostly works digitally, just because it makes collaboration a bit simpler, and collaboration is mostly necessary in the comic world.  However, he does, also like working with charcoals and pencils and watercolours and things, and hosts themed figure drawing classes from time to time.

 
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Cross-Canada


Cross-Canada

Cross-Canada


Cross-Canada

From mid-April until mid-September of 2017, Gerard will be traveling around Canada. He'll be doing some comic work along the way, but also some traditional media work like charcoals and watercolours, as well as some photography. He'll be trying to finance the trip, as he goes along, with money that he makes from the many things that he does, so you might see him selling stuff in your town.

If you're interested in getting some original artwork, whether that's pencil sketches or watercolour paintings, you should really check out his Patreon page and consider getting a surprise piece of artwork per month! If you're interested in any of the rest of his work, you can get it from the Etsy store, or possibly in person when he's in your neck of the woods. Haven't quite confirmed that just yet, but if you head over to Facebook you can probably find out when he decides.

Either way, happy travels!