began producing A* traditionally, as ink wash paintings, starting with
episode 13, page 136. To purchase
an original piece of A*
art, or just to see a photo of what it looks like, look for the "original art"
button at the lower left corner of each comic image, or for the link next to many of the items in
the episode galleries. New artwork produced
for the A* daily comics always goes up for auction
on eBay, where you have a chance to grab my newest stuff at a bargain price.
A* original artwork is made by hand the old-fashioned way:
with high-quality brushes and pigments on sturdy art paper. I've
tested many art supplies to find the ones that make the best-looking original artwork; if
you like A* artwork online, you'll find it looks even better in the near-infinite resolution of real
Each piece of A* artwork for sale is ready for framing.
Each one is also one of a kind, so if you find one you like, you may want to act fast to make
sure you're the one who gets it. If you find one marked "on hold," that probably means it's
currently on display in an art show somewhere in the Seattle area.
You can find A* artwork on display at the following real-world locations:
• Phinney Center Gallery, in the Phinney Neighborhood Association building, top floor, 6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle (map), August 31st through September 30th; opening reception Friday September 9th, 7-9 pm (more info)