Saturday, June 10, 2017

Fred the Mustard Packet is Spinning a Sign!



Well, not yet.

He will twirl a sign though. It's in the title for a reason.

I'm enjoying the easy-to-use Webtoons platform. And, I am finding that Fred is a good way to get my stories out of me. I have a ton of crazy stories in notepads and in areas of my brain. I find that Fred plus Webtoons will be a great way to get those stories out. With the current schedule I should have a Fred the Mustard Packet graphic novel done every year, and maybe some years I'll have two completed. I enjoy treating it like a newspaper comic strip and a graphic novel. It pushes me to make each page funny enough to stand on its own and to make each page work as a part of a bigger story. Fun stuff.

Thank you to those of you who subscribe, like and share the Fred pages. And, a giant HUGE thank you to all of my Patreon supporters. Every click of support truly does help Fred and all of the other Cannon projects move forward and upward.

Below are links to check out...

http://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge/fred-the-mustard-packet/fred-the-mustard-packet-spins-a-sign-cover/viewer?title_no=64685&episode_no=33

and

https://www.patreon.com/tommycannon

Thank you,

Tommy

Sunday, May 28, 2017

There is No Such Thing as a One-Person Show.



These past five days have been hard work, yet sensational.

I've wrapped up my fifth year as an Art teacher for the AZ public schools and I'm looking forward to my sixth. Laurie and Shane Shellenbarger did a lot of help for our school. That fine couple does an improv show at The Torch Theatre called Tofu Filet. If you ever see them listed on the Torch's schedule, get a ticket right away! Don't even wait a second, get it when you see it! They helped students of the arts, a retired veteran teacher, gifted students, and special need preschool students all in one big afternoon! Thank you, Shellenbargers!

The next day, Phoenix Comicon hit...

So, I need to thank Mike Dynes for running an excellent booth (Mike's Rack), and allowing me to work for it again. He also let me sell some of my own product, which was sweet. Thanks to Russ Kazmierczak and Denny Riccelli for promoting my work in Amazing Arizona Comics and Comics Never Stop respectively. Thanks to Philip Haldiman, Kyle Bennett and Rachel Tullio for making the comic My Big Break happen, it's a wonderful project that I'm proud to be a part of. Thanks to the people of ImprovMania: Brad Walling, JC Carlson, and Trent Fritz. I had awesome panels and friendly fans to make everything fun. Thanks to the people of the Torch Theatre: Shane Carey and Nina Miller. They both contributed to me having great panels, fun times, and wonderful discussions. Thanks to the Great Arizona Puppet Theater's Dain Gore for helping immensely with one of my panels as well. And, a huge thanks to Phoenix Comicon's AJ Hernandez for making those panels happen and dealing with a lunatic like me like a total champ on the phone. Thanks to my wonderful wife Michelle, who constantly picks me up when I am down and gets me back into the race in such a sweet, supportive way. Also, I had an endless array of friends, old and new, who offered me their support as fans and boosters of the morale. I know that I'm missing at least seven dozen people to thank.

I would also like to thank Mack Duncan, Jacque Arend, Jose Gonzalez, and Liz Hutchman who are about to make my "One-Person" Show happen at the Torch Theatre.

This community constantly gives to me, I will never be able to pay it back.

Below are links you can click to support the world's best people.

http://shanecarey.net/

http://www.improvmania.net/

http://www.thetorchtheatre.com/

http://daingore.com/

https://azpuppets.org/

http://azactorsacademy.com/index.html

https://secondbeatimprov.com/

https://www.facebook.com/comicsneverstop/

http://amazingarizonacomics.blogspot.com/

https://www.cgccomics.com/boards/profile/17051-mikes-rack/

Again, I'm probably missing a hundred links that deserve to be up there.

Thanks again,

Tommy

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Subscribe to Fred the Mustard Packet on Webtoons

http://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge/fred-the-mustard-packet/harriet-and-fred-shop-for-greeting-cards/viewer?title_no=64685&episode_no=13

Webtoons is a great platform for comics. Check out Fred and all of the other stuff there. They even have an official Star Wars comic. Marc Silvestri even did a story on Webtoons!

I hope to launch Capt. Strawberry and the Ice Cream Pirates there soon!

There... I said it!


Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Fred the Mustard Packet is up on Webtoons!

http://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge/fred-the-mustard-packet/list?title_no=64685

We are taking a dive into the big pond now! We have Fred's comics staring up on Webtoons! Like it, share it, subscribe to it! Hey, you can also check out The Cross Guardian while you're there too!

Thanks!

All the best,

Tommy

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Rhino Toad Shirts!

https://squareup.com/store/tommy-cannon

The above link will lead you to glory.

Glory = The LAST 2 RHINO TOAD SHIRTS!

They are both size L.

Designed by me and silk screened by Hamster Labs.

Thank you,

Tommy

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Desert Doods & Patreon

https://www.patreon.com/tommycannon

The above link is our Patreon profile where people can be subscribers to our studio and be the first to see almost everything. It's a great platform it allows people to get product from their favorite artists almost as fast as it's created, and it provides financial support to creators. Hey, it has to be great. It's where Desert Doods was born!

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Haldi Enterprises Logo


When Philip Haldiman began the comic book My Big Break, we needed a logo for his newly formed enterprise. Phil's a creative guy. He's a comic book writer, a poet, a journalist, and a podcaster. So, having a logo that's just pegged onto the business of comic books wouldn't do Phil justice. His creativity sparked me to create a hand drawn piece to it, and his professionalism led me to create a piece of the logo that would be more like some one would see in a newspaper or magazine. So, it's a duo logo serving both creativity and professionalism. Thanks Phil, for trusting me with this task!