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Anyone that wants prints of anything, send me a note, and we will work out the payment and shipping and whatever other little details.
-Justin.
If I were to open up a print account, what would you guys want to see prints made of? Just a thought. And would anyone possibly be interested if I opened up commission work?
-Justin.
A friend of mine is selling my Poison Ivy inked sketch and a high quality glossy print of it. If by some chance you are interested in buying an original from me here is the link to the auction  cgi.ebay.com/POISON-IVY-ORIGIN…;
-Justin.
Well you all know the rules. Whoever is the 10,000th page view gets to pick anything from the gallery that they would like a print of and i will send it out to ya. Good luck. Let me know in this Journal entry that it was def you.
-Justin.
Justin Coffee Sketchbooks for sale. 10 of them. 15 bucks each. If you want one reply to this journal and send me a note and we will discuss shipping and payment ect. They are really good quality print-outs. Not some cheap photo copies. They cost 11 bucks to print out each. So i figure 15 is fair with shipping included in there. Some people showed interest when i posted the last journal entry so i figured i would do this. Thanks!
-Justin.
Well I must say thank you to everyone that has stopped by and viewed my page in the past month. I have been absent for the past month and missed the 6000th page view and the 5000th one as well. To show how grateful i am to everyone I am offering a free sketchbook of mine, which I made and handed out at SDCC, to the first person that replies to this journal entry. It basically includes a lot of the stuff that is posted on here as well as alot of stuff that is not. It turned out quite nice. Well there ya go, first person to reply to this journal gets a free Justin Coffee sketchbook. Good luck and thanks for all the support.
-Justin.
Well in just hours Crithon, Biztec3000, and myself will be leaving to catch our plane at the Philadelphia airport to make our way to San Diego for comic-con. A little nervous and excited all at the same time. This weekend was pretty intense. I ended up putting together a sketchbook to take with me and had a few copies printed out to hand out and show for critique. Surprisingly i am quite proud of how they turned out. It is kinda wierd to look at a half a years worth of work gathered and bound in a little twenty page booklet. I was proud of myself for a few minutes, ha. There are so many people i want to meet, I just hope i get around to everything. If by some chance you spot me, and recognize me from my avatar and the photo I posted, say Hi, and if you want you can have a print, made tons tonight so it will not be a problem. Well if anyone from here is going, I hope to see a bunch of ya there.
-Justin.
Just booked flight tickets and hotel reservations for the San Diego Comic-con. So Crithon crithon.deviantart.com/ , Biztec3000 biztec3000.deviantart.com/ , and myself will be attending the convention for all 4 days. First time attending so I am super excited. Anyone else attending? Ok well that is it for now. Just thought I would drop in and say that.
-Justin.
Just thought i would drop in and say thanks to everyone for the comments, favorites, and watches. I do so because i realize that I have not had the time to get to reply to everyone, and although i would love to, sometimes it is difficult. These things do not go unnoticed and are greatly appreciated. Another thanks for the 2000 page views. I never thought that would come up so quick but it did. It gives me the motivation to keep producing new stuff for everyone to see. As for whats to come. Probably some more Batman stuff. Been drawing those characters alot lately and been trying to put together a decent sized update with some special surprises. On another side note i do use my scrap section, have not updated it in awhile but i do occasionally throw something in there. Been really trying to figure out a way to put together decent sketch pages to post in there since i have stacks of unfinished drawing, on typing paper, that no one really gets to see. Lately i have been archiving them in folders, ha. As for anything else, go see Kung Fu Hustle, Go listen to these guys www.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuse… , and if you have any requests let me know.
-Justin.
Hmmmm I was thinking, since i am almost at 1000 page views, if by some chance you are my 1000th page view and you know it, I will do a sketch of your choosing and mail it out to you. And if you are not, lie and you will get a free drawing, Ha.  Thanks for looking everyone and keeping me motivated to draw.
-Justin.
Wow, wow, wow, wow, wow, where to begin. Well about a week ago my dad, whom which i do not talk to much, contacted me and asked me if i would be interested in going to an Art show in NYC. I agreed and really had no idea what i was getting into. Well it just so happened that this art show was the NYC Art expo. and it was incredible, such a sensory overload. We made our way to the section with all the animation work. Chuck Jones stuff was to the left of me, Clampett studio to the right, Cartoon network down from there. I had no idea what to look at first it was so overwhelming. I ended up just stumbling around for awhile in disbelief at over all the amazing stuff i was seeing. I ended up getting to talk to Ruth Clampett which was amazing. We were talking about Cole black and the seven dwarves, which is reguarded by many to be one of the best cartoons ever made, and i asked her if it would ever get released possibly on one of the gold collections, which to my dismay, she said would not be likely. Eventually the conversation drifted to John K. and she mentioned how much of a part he was in keeping her fathers name alive. She also mentioned they had some of John's drawing with them from the unaired Spike episodes, Altruists, Naked beach Frenzy, and Stimpy's Pregnant. I was floored. I sat there for about an hour and looked through all these original drawings from these episodes. I asked if they were for sale and she said yes. Now the question was how do i choose from all these amazing drawings, each one was equally as awesome and flowing with personality and expression. I narrowed it down to about 8 and chose from there. I bought three of them. The really awesome part is they are taking them back to LA to have John K. personally sign them and then they are being sent to me, how freaking cool is that!? When i get them i will take pics and post them. For now you can check out screen caps from these episodes at this link  apc.thetma.com/ . The three drawing i bought are from the episode entitled Altruists. I could have easily bought more and still may since they are supposed to call me this week to let me know when they will be signed and shipped. Well i just wanted to share that with everyone since i was so blown away by it and inspired by it. After all that we ended up going to Atlantic city, where i learned how to play black jack and that gambling is evil. Thats it for now though. Justin.
Hey i just wanted to thank everyone that took the time to look through my stuff. Thanks for the watches, favs, and comments, i really appreciate it. You have made me feel very welcome. I have been perusing many of your galleries and i must say there is some very inspirational work out there. This community is just very inspiring. It is awesome to see so many artists feeding off each other's energy and so many people that are as dedicated and passionate about the craft as i see in all your work. Forgive me if i have not been too timely in answering comments that many of you have posted, i am still getting used to this, it was alot to take in at first. Actually i just figured out how to use the journal after clicking the botton for days and having nothing come up. Well i really do not have too much else to say right now just keep up the great work everyone! and Happy belated Valentines day!!!! Justin.