October 20th, 2009
I just linked to an interview I did for a podcast! Now here’s ANOTHER ONE!
It’s called Comics Manifest, and it is about giving inspiration to and sharing war stories with creative people:
Comics Manifest is a podcast that interviews amazing and influential creators in comics. Guests share their creative journey, express what excites them today, share their worst creative moment and most memorable successes. The show aims to inspire, giving you the insight and inspiration to take your comics projects to the next level.
Did I tell some of the same stories as the last podcast? Only if they asked the same questions!!
It’s the LAST DAY to reserve your copy of the 2017 Wondermark Calendar! The campaign closes at 6:30pm Pacific time, Tuesday, December 6.
Since I last mentioned it, I posted a 30-second version of how I will be making the special deluxe edition desk stands:
Here’s how to make our super fancy Deluxe Year X calendar stand in 30 seconds pic.twitter.com/qVQjMm1Z0Q
— David Malki ! (@malki) December 3, 2016
And, I just posted a Kickstarter update with a little bit more about the famous athletes that will be populating this year’s calendar.
I’m very grateful for all the support so far in this new way of doing the calendar (on Kickstarter) and I look forward to sending them out later this month!
SPEAKING OF SENDING OUT: I’ve just gotten confirmation from the printers that our two newest greeting card designs are ready, and all orders including “Song” and “Snowman” will now ship out ASAP. Sorry for that brief delay! (I think they had to actually make the snowman to see if it was workable in real life.)
“This podcast series explores the evolution of a career in engineering, the overlap of art & engineering, and also promotes engineering outreach and STEM / STEAM in schools.”
Recently, I was pleased to chat with Chad Harden for his podcast “The Art of Engineering.” We had a lovely talk about my background, how I got into this weird job that I have, whether I am actually an engineer (no) and many other things!
The 2017 Wondermark Calendar is on Kickstarter this year, and the campaign closes next week, Tuesday, December 6! (I have to cut it off kinda early so I can get all the shipping and everything sorted in time.)
I’d really like to hit 250 backers (which is as many calendars as I’ve produced the last few years), and we’re about on pace for that, with a few days left to go! If you are interested in getting a copy of this year’s calendar, you have until Tuesday to back on Kickstarter.