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Got the word yesterday that my scheduled radio show for tomorrow will be the last show of the season. Reason is very simple. It’s the end of the semester. With that, we’re going to end with a bang by having Boston comic book artist and illustrator Maria Photinakis. She’s traveling all the way from Massachusetts just to be on this show. So tune in and let’s make this last episode something special.

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The show will be streaming live on whcsradio.org from 1-2pm EST, the program officially starting at 1:05pm. The radio show might come back for the Spring semester. In the meantime, you can stream the program live from the website, or on Spotify.

Doing this radio show has been both fun, and a learning experience. I want to thank everyone who took the time to listen, to agreed to be interviewed, and for everyone helping out.

All the episodes will be archived on another website. Details forthcoming.

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Thanksgiving 2019 came and went. Now we’re back on track with my weekly radio show. Only a few weeks till the fall semester ends. This week I will have Boston based comic book artist and illustrator Maria Photinakis live in the studio. So tune in this Friday, December 6th, from 1-2 pm EST on WHCSradio.org.

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The show streams live from WHCSradio.org, and also from Spotify.

An archive of my radio show is currently being set up on a site like SoundCloud. Stay tuned for further details.

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Last night I was cleaning up a bit. Stumbled upon some forgotten inventory. Apparently I had printed up Krampus cards. After printing, they were stored and forgotten. So if you’re looking for unique holiday greeting cards, get some Krampus cards. They’re $4.00 each for large, $3.00 for small ($4-3 bucks plus $1.00 for S&H). All cards come with cute red envelopes, sealed in plastic. I take Vemno: Witchipoo.

I’m also taking orders for my classic handmade glitter Krampus ornaments. You can chose from either traditional red or black. The ornaments are $11 ($10 + $1.00 for S&H) If someone places an order now, for $50 ($40 + $10 for S&H), you can have your own custom Krampus door sign. Due to this recent discovery of back inventory, I’m able to do a small Black Friday sale. In order to get the sale price, you must order on that Friday.

BLACK FRIDAY SPECIALS 

Krampus ornaments: Red only – $5.00

Krampus door sign (indoor only) – $40.00

Krampus holiday cards – $2.00 all sizes.

Again, in order to get the Black Friday sale price, your order must specify Nov. 29th. No exceptions! You can place your orders on Vemno: Witchipoo.

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Also, check out my latest comic The Temptation of Squeaky. It’s $4.00 ($3.00 + $1.00 for S&H), order through Vemno: Witchipoo.

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There’s ornaments with other designs, but those are limited edition. These are not included in the Black Friday sale. If you want a custom order, let me know.

 

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Another busy week. Just taking a quick break to tell everyone about my radio show. It’s on every Friday on WHCSradio.org from 1-2pm EST (NYC time). It’s where I interview pros from the comic book industry. You can also listen to the radio show on WHCSradio’s channel on Spotify.

Last week I had on Marc Torres, radio station and podcast host of It Came From The Radio. Good times. This week, Friday Nov. 22, 2019, will be a repeat of some interviews previously broadcast. Reason for the repeat is that there was some snafus during the original episode. Hopefully the repeat should fix everything.

Bear it mind, the interviews with Diane Noomin and Jamie Hernandez weren’t the greatest. These were on the spot interviews, and I didn’t have time to properly prepare any researched questions. So that’s on me. However, Diane and Jamie were extremely kind enough to consent to these interviews. Especially since they are both legends in the underground/alternative comic book scene.

The last interview with E.J. Barnes, Cambridge based historical cartoonist, fared better. All three of these interviews were conducted during the weekend of MICE 2019. The timing was perfect, since it was MICE’s 10th anniversary. Next door to MICE was the first annual Podtales convention. Both of these cons took place at Lesley University.

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So due to tomorrow, streaming live. Other cartoonists and other pros to be be announced! There will be no episodes during Thanksgiving weekend, but on Dec. 6th, Boston cartoonist Maria Photinakis will be be in the studio live.

A big thanks to everyone involved.

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Not the greatest sketch, but here’s an Inktober 2019 piece. The Inktober prompt was pattern. Yet people seemed to like the sketch on my Instagram. Maybe because the style looks a bit like my early Babalon Babes zine days. Threw in a few alchemy symbols.

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Intober 2019 prompt no. 10: Pattern. Sketch by Michele Witchipoo. Oct. 2019.

 

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We’re reaching the end of October. Which means we’re reaching the end of Inktober 2019. While I did a few Inktober prompts, most likely it won’t be posted in order of how the prompts were listed.

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With the Inktober prompt of ‘Ghost’, I did a sketch of the band Ghost.

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Just joking. Like the stage costumes, but not a fan of the music.

Instead, I went more of the classic illustration route.

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Sketch of Inktober 2019 prompt ‘Ghost’. Drawn by Michele Witchipoo. October 2019.

Before:

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Pen and ink drawing. Inktober prompt ‘Ghost’. Sketch by Michele Witchipoo. Oct. 2019. 

After coloring:

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Inktober prompt 2019. Ghost. Drawn and colored by Michele Witchipoo. October 2019.

 

Will post more Inktober 2019 sketches within the next few days.

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This week’s Psycho Bunny sketch of the week is based on the horror classic Frankenstein, originally created by English author Mary Shelley, and later became iconic thanks to Boris Karloff’s performance in 1931. Although it should be noted that the very first Frankenstein film was released in 1910.

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Frankenpsychobunny! Based on the comic written and drawn by Michele Witchipoo, on WitchesBrewPress. Oct. 2019.

It’s been extremely busy on my end. Hopefully I will find the time to post more work on my blog, including my Inktober 2019 sketches.

Happy Halloween!

Social Media Links:

Psycho Bunny and for Michele Witchipoo – WitchesBrewPress.

 Twitter: One account for me, and one for Psycho Bunny.

Tumblr: World Ov Witchipoo

Instagram: there’s WitchipooArt

Want to buy some of my designs? There’s RedBubble: Witchipoo

Finally, don’t forget to purchase my latest comic:

I’m also experimenting with a radio show, streamed live on WHCSradio.org. New show every Friday, from 1-2pm ET. Broadcast until further notice. I have recorded interviews from MICE 2019. Stay tuned.

 

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