Monday, November 19, 2012

Experience the Saga of Celebrity Fanboy - Joe Corroney




Friday, November 30th at 11:00 PM EST

Joe Corroney has been a licensed Lucasfilm artist since 1997 providing art for books, games, trading cards, comic books, posters and magazines in the Star Wars universe. After reviewing Joe’s artwork bibliography you will think of him as the James Brown – “hardest working man” – of the art world of super heroes, sci-fi, horror, fantasy and adventure.  In addition to his huge professional and unpublished portfolio Joe somehow finds the time to teach.

Joe has been the instructor of the Comic Book Illustration Course at the Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, Ohio and taught the Ohio State University's Summer Comic Book Workshop. He is also a celebrity member of theFORCEbook.com. I originally met Joe on theFORCEbook.com via his posts and was lucky enough to meet him at Star Wars Celebration VI where I purchased his Star Wars Celebration VI Limited Edition Print which celebrates the 30th anniversary of Return of the Jedi. I also fell in love with other concepts he had on display that I had to purchase! I can’t wait to talk to him about those pieces in particular as well as his vast body of work.


We will also, of course, discuss his Star Wars fanboy status, as well as his interest in many other fanboy pursuits. Not the least of which are Indiana Jones, Star Trek and more.

To celebrate the momentous occasion of Joe Corroney’s interview on the podcast, November 30th at 11pm EST, we will have a special contest - Joe Corroney Custom Sketchcard Contest.

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the winner is theFORCEbook.com member...
TrenchRunRebels

POST on theFORCEbook.com before the podcast ends and you can still enter to win!
All you have to do is:

(1)    Follow Joe Corroney on theFORCEbook.com (Which means you must be a member.) before the end of the show on November 30th, and

(2)    Post the name of the Star Wars character that you would like to appear on your black and white sketch card to this theFORCEbook.com post.

It’s that simple. Once completed you are automatically entered into the random drawing. The winner will be posted on the website at the end of the pre-recorded show.


Congratulations, Jason!

Our Guest: Joe Corroney 

 Other places you can find Joe Corroney on the web:

 Website
 Facebook
 Twitter
 theFORCEbook.com



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RECAP

Joe mentioned colorist Brian Miller who he has been working with now for years. Be sure to check out his work. When asked who his favorite artists were or who inspired him most, Joe had a list of incredible artists: Drew StruzanRalph McQuarrieJan Duursema (among whose creations include character Aayla Secura w/writer John Ostrander), Dave DormanChris TrevisBrian Rood - to name a few. 

Joe also mentioned that he would enjoy coming back to visit theFORCEbook Fangirls to join a Clone Words panel to discuss - what else - The Clone Wars. Stay tuned for his epic return.

Thanks again, Super Fanboy, Joe Corroney!


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Source: Corroney, Joe. “Bio/Credits.” www.joecorroney.com2012. November 1, 2012 <http://www.joecorroney.com/biocredits.shtml>.

Friday, November 16, 2012

Lin-zy Busch has the Power of the Force, FanGirl!




Friday, November 16th at 11:00 PM EST

Meet Lin-Zy...She illustrates...she fabricates...she even rocks puppetry. She's an all around creative visionary!







The Power of the FORCE Girls were born when Lin-Zy wondered,“what would happen if George Lucas (Star Wars, Indiana Jones) and Craig McCracken (Powerpuff Girls, Dexter’s Laboratory) fell in love and had a baby, creatively-speaking.”
Lin-Zy is a professional artist who has illustrated and designed for Star Wars, Hollywood is Dead and Dodge Charger (We all know that's a personal favorite of mine!). Lin-Zy was also asked to participate in the “As You Wish” charity art helmet project at Star Wars Celebration VI, this August 23-16 in Orlando, Florida and designed her helmet into a Lego Star Wars Clone Trooper. Lin-Zy has described herself as, "the biggest fan-girl there is." We can't wait to chat with her about life, art and Star Wars!
Our Guest: Lin-Zy Busch
Other places where you can connect with Lin-zy on the web:
Power of the Force Girls
http://www.lin-zy.com/
Facebook
Twitter
YouTube




RECAP
 
What fun it was interviewing celebrity fangirl Lin-Zy Busch. Lin-Zy advised us that the next episode of the Power of the Force Girls will most likely appear around June 2013. During our conversation that was not aired, Lin-Zy revealed that she and Matt Busch are planning an extended trip to several countries in the Far East and therefore will not be attending any conventions until after their return early next year. 
Lin-Zy also mentioned that she is working on several new projects yet to be released and still quite hush-hush. We can't wait to see these works once released. Lin-Zy was able to share that she is working on some new puppet characters as well.
 
Other big news is that Lin-Zy will be producing the film written and directed by, her awesome husband, Matt Busch - Aladdin 3477, the 1500 year anniversary of Star Wars (This was a major anniversary episode, lol). Check out the web page at http://www.aladdin3477.com/. You can also check out the youtube video announcing the film. Happy belated Birthday Matt!
 


Looks like many interesting things on the horizon for Lin-Zy & Matt Busch!



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