Huzzah! A new Odd Quartet video is live.
Ever wondered how many times I redraw a comic? Of course you haven’t. But now you can watch as I agonize over every single line in HYPERSPEEEED! The entire process has been sped up for your viewing pleasure. Hope you enjoy it. :)
While I was at TMEA last week, I had a chance to meet with the guys from the Free Music Ed podcast. First of all, Stephen and Gannon are amazing hosts! I had a great time talking with them. Everything from webcomics to Star Trek to middle school band made it into the conversation. You can listen to the full interview here. Also, check out the rest of the FreeMusicEd podcasts, they have some great episodes (don’t forget to subscribe).
Tweet a pic of you and the Odd Quartet practice chart for a chance to win free stuff. Tag your pic with @oddquartet and #tmea. Winners will be announced each day at TMEA. The contest starts NOW! (You must be at TMEA to claim your prize.)
Hey everyone, I am going to be exhibiting this week at the TMEA convention in San Antonio (booth 3423)! The convention is from the 13-16th, help spread the word. Come by the booth to check out the sketch cards I’ll be making, the Odd Quartet prints and shirts, and the free hugs/high fives we’ll be giving out. There may also be free candy and Valentine cards on Thursday for the people who stop by the booth.
If you don’t know what kind of gift to get for the musician in your life, might I suggest checking out the Odd Quartet store? Everything is 20% off, now through Dec 11th! Thank you.
The newest Odd Quartet poster is now on sale. Grab your hoverboard and get ready to travel back in time…with music!
Did you know you can get a high quality print of this design on an 11x17 poster? Now that marching season is in full swing, head on over to the Odd Quartet store to pick up a poster for yourself…or for that special someone. I won’t judge. Heck, maybe you could even get your section together to get a poster for your band director. Everyone knows the director’s office could use some cheering up.
This is soo true haha
I always had the hardest time following orchestral conductors. But, it was a good thing because it made me do more score study and listening study to get to know the music better. N.B. - I had to do a lot of conducting in front of a mirror to figure out how exactly to draw that second panel. :)