I've been added to a fantastic charity project I sent artwork to, and you can read about the project, its upcoming donation drive, and its great cause in fighting human trafficking by visiting the website link below! The fundraiser will run December 2-14 and will benefit the organization Love146. My contribution features my favorite character I created, Sapphire Red.
I stayed up most of the evening to continue working on the new website. Created a few new sections, including the "Featured Recent Works" section I placed on the home page. Whenever it is updated (which will be regularly, about every month or two months), the older slideshow(s) will be archived on another page (likely called Archives).
I am almost ready to launch the new version of my website! The switch to Weebly will allow me the ability to easily update and alter the contents of my website, and give me new tools and options that were previously unavailable (such as the store and other items). I am very excited!
Scott D.M. Simmons is an illustrator from Cincinnati whose credits include official art for “Star Wars” licensees and events, Image’s “Hack/Slash” horror comic, the “Tellos” Tribute to Mike Wieringo, Moonstone’s “Voltron” art book, and Arcana’s “The Dead Cell” horror graphic novel. He is the series artist for the all-ages superhero comic “Our Super Mom”, inker on the all-ages adventure comic “The Confectionaries”, and contributor for the heroic horror comic “Halloween Man.” His art can also be seen in “Jenny Everywhere” stories and the Make-A-Wish project “Time Wreckers”. He is the creator of the dramatic superhero comic “Knights of P.O.W.E.R.” http://www.scottdmsimmonsart.com