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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby Maka » Mon Feb 17, 2014 17:11 +0000

Congrats again! Karma! Peace, maka
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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby Steve Hubbell » Tue Jul 08, 2014 0:30 +0000

My wins from the CAPS Benefit Auction......

Round 19
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HUWJ MATSUMURA

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JASON ASALA

Round 17
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JON J. MURAKAMI

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ANSON JEW

Round 13
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ANDY GENEN (ND)

Round 8
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KEAN SOO

Round 6
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LAKATOS ISTVAN
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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby Maka » Tue Jul 08, 2014 8:06 +0000

You got Jon's piece! Awesome. I think that is my favorite piece in the whole auction. I love the humor and expressions on Usagi's face. Congratulations, Steve!

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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby Mayhem » Tue Jul 08, 2014 8:32 +0000

Yeah, Jon's piece went a bit higher than I wanted to pay given I'm trying to save for SDCC too... still, went to a good home ;)
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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby Steve Hubbell » Tue Jul 08, 2014 8:46 +0000

Maka wrote:You got Jon's piece! Awesome. I think that is my favorite piece in the whole auction. I love the humor and expressions on Usagi's face. Congratulations, Steve!

Peace, maka

Thanks Maka!
I think it has to be one of my favorite pieces from the whole benefit auction....


Mayhem wrote:Yeah, Jon's piece went a bit higher than I wanted to pay given I'm trying to save for SDCC too... still, went to a good home ;)

Thanks Mayhem!
And I was thinking it went for a lot less than I was expecting.... :D
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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby Steve Hubbell » Mon Jul 21, 2014 10:13 +0000

I edited in the last couple pieces from the final round of the CAPS Auction in the post above..... :D
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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby Steve Hubbell » Wed Aug 13, 2014 10:27 +0000

My final piece of art from the CAPS benefit arrived in the mail yesterday. This was purchased directly from the artist (Jimmy Wallin) with the purchase price being donated directly to the CAPS Paypal fund for Stan and Sharon Sakai.

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As originally published in Bild & Bubbla #177 (Mars 2009)

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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby jabba359 » Wed Aug 13, 2014 13:44 +0000

Here's Google's translation:

I have signed Usagi in nearly 25 years, it will be about 5000 pages which is quite a lot. From time to time I question why I never tire of working with the same series so far ... The answer is simple, I really love my job!

It was through my older brother Ed as I began my passion for comics. He had a large collection of comic books and occasionally, he was so kind to allow me to spend a day or two with them.
-Kyle
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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby Steve Hubbell » Wed Aug 20, 2014 22:07 +0000

And here is the sibling of Maka's newest piece of art, which I received in the mail from the SDCC thanks to the invaluable assistance of Todd....

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And special thanks to Stan for allowing me to purchase this one. :D
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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby Maka » Thu Aug 21, 2014 7:37 +0000

Congratulations, Steve! Very cool! Peace, maka
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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby plasticplayhouse » Thu Oct 16, 2014 11:38 +0000

great caps stuff and that senso up page is a real beauty!
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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby Steve Hubbell » Thu Nov 12, 2015 13:22 +0000

Attempting to get some of my images back up after imageshack dropped everything.....
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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby Steve Hubbell » Thu Jun 16, 2016 23:54 +0000

Got a new piece of art in the mail today.....

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"Usagi, Kitsu and Ibo having tea" by Mark Morse (The Hidden Road)
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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby jabba359 » Fri Jun 17, 2016 0:37 +0000

That's a great piece! I like the stretchy-necked (is there a proper term for them?) artwork on the wall.
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Re: The Gallery of Usagigoya

Postby Steve Hubbell » Fri Jun 17, 2016 1:07 +0000

I just noticed that I never got around to posting this piece picked up at the MSU Comics Forum in 2014

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Must have been distracted by mailing off all those cool Comic Forum posters..... :D
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