MisCon 32 Guest of Honor
Specializing in Illustrations and posters for national and regional clients in nearly every conceivable style and medium.
His award-winning illustrations were featured in Communication Arts, The Society of Illustrators Annual, D'Artiste, Design Graphics Magazine and many Spectrums. The New York Times nominated Lee for a Webby in 1999.
Clients include: Paramount, Sony, Fox, Smithsonian, Discovery, National Zoo, Domaine Ste Michelle, McGraw Hill, BET, The Alliance Theatre, CareerBuilder, Electronic Arts, IDW, and Hasbro. Recently worked as a design lead on 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons and created posters for world premieres by Stephen Sondheim, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and Andre 3000.
Scheduled Panels and Presentations:
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Sat 4:00 - 4:50 PM, Art and Suffering, Dragon Pavilion (1)
Moderator: Rhiannon Held; Panelists: Rhiannon Held, Rory Miller, Lee Moyer, L.F. Patten (Laurey), Brandon Sanderson
Some say art gets better with suffering, some say it definitely doesn't. Rather than try to argue that question, why not consider why art and suffering got linked in the first place. How can someone harness that impulse without the suffering part?
- Break Sat 4:50 - Sat 6:00
Sat 6:00 - 6:50 PM, Creating Interesting Nations, Dragon Pavilion (1)
Moderator: Brandon Sanderson; Panelists: James Glass, Jason A. Holt, Joseph Malik, Lee Moyer, Brandon Sanderson
We talk a lot about worldbuilding but what about the smaller-scale stuff like nations and nationstates? How can you build a new and unique nation for your story? How can you incorporate politics and culture and national identity in interesting ways? And, finally, how do you connect the characters to this nation?
- Break Sat 6:50 - Mon 11:00
Mon 11:00 - 11:50 AM, Maps for Writers, Dragon Pavilion (1)
Panelists: Lee Moyer, Brandon Sanderson
Let's talk maps. What are some things you have to keep in mind when making a map to accompany your book? How do you draw one? Do you have to know a lot about geography? Are there any good books or software that might help you?