First Post

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About dk

Doug Kovacs is an Artist and Illustrator who lives in Chicago
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6 Responses to First Post

  1. facade says:

    This looks crappy Doug you should never have started a blog. I hope you get better at it but I don’t honestly think you will given your laziness, stupidity and inability to spell.

  2. DominoJr says:

    Wow, harsh! I thought it was an interesting piece. Since I’ve commissioned Doug to do some work for my band, it was nice to learn a little more about his background. For those who don’t know who he is and are looking for an artist, something like this is a good way to help them make a decision. I look forward to seeing more.

  3. dk says:

    Facade is me! An artist is their own worst critic I guess. Looks like your comment is for the Level Up interview, for those following along at home — but– Thanks sincerely for the support though Steve.

  4. Dan Cooley says:

    Doug- Blog looks great and I was really excited when I saw some real content. I read the Level Up interview and learned things even I didn’t know or realize – like how awesome it would be to play D&D when your DMing! Your new site looks great so far also. I especially love the new art. See you at GC2010.

  5. dk says:

    I’ll try to keep some interesting stuff on the blog. It is kind of ridiculous how much old art I have that I find curious myself; almost as if it was someone else that did it. Yes, some of it sucks, but you never know what other people might find worthy of seeing.

  6. pha says:

    I think that we are also quite used to having Doug around and a lot of the time we take his art for granted. So it’s nice for those others who are looking in to catch a glimpse of what is going on. You might be familiar with Doug through his paintings at GenCon or his work for D&D. But there is so much more than just the big stuff. It wouldn’t be unusual for Doug to pull a drawing of a dog with a bird head out of his pocket at any given time.

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