Just hung with Tim and LBCC,. it was a Slow con, but Tim , as always, did some great sketches. Talked with him about setting up a blog. Going to try and post daily.
This is a blog that will showcase the work of Comic Artist Tim Vigil. A few of us, myself, Joe Vigil, Jeff Vigil, Glen Hammond and occasionally Tim himself, will be uploading images new and old, showcasing con sketches, covers and influences, like Joseph Clement Coll, Franklin Booth, Bernie Wrightson and more.
Post by Omega PortfolioSet One 601000 on Dec 3, 2013 23:13:09 GMT -5
In 1987, there was a comic book store on Utica Avenue & Avenue K. It is now an Allstate insurance office. My son and I were into comics and we decided to stop in on the last day the store was open before they closed for good. I picked up a few comics and I believe Paul Martin was there. I he gave my son and I a Rebel Studios Production of Omega Portfolio Set One signed by both Timothy B Vigil and Paul Martin. The set contains 4 Plate and a premiere edition of Timothy B. Vigil's Omega comic express also signed and dated '87. I have # 60/1000. I saw one on Ebay #778/1000 going for $125.00. Who knew?