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Well, my current project is lacking in things that I can officially upload or update. So since it has been so long since I've uploaded anything I've decided to upload some photos that were taken on vacation.

I've also taken up playing around with photoshop actions recently and have been having a lot of fun with that. There are a lot of great resources on dA for that. I wish I could give credit to those that I have used, but I have no idea where I got any of these from nor who to credit.

So if you see something that looks like it was made using your action, please let me know and I can properly credit you if it were the case.

Anyways, enjoy the photos!!!
  • Watching: Ukulele Boy on Youtube
So I log in today and I see that the previous logo is gone and in its place is what seems to be a naked guy in the shadows...

I am at a loss for words. I'm assuming it is a hack because it's not April yet, so I'm guessing this isn't Team Jacob versus Team Naked Guy.

Anybody have any ideas?
  • Watching: Ukulele Boy on Youtube
Now that Christmas is over, I think it is time for a new journal entry. So... hope everybody has a great year.

I'm hoping this year will be a great year for everything I am working on, and I hope the same for everybody else.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!!!
  • Watching: Ukulele Boy on Youtube
Hope everybody has a wonderful Christmas weekend filled with joy and filled with toys.

Merry Christmas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

and for those atheists out there.. Merry XMAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Watching: Ukulele Boy on Youtube
So I came across this video on Youtube about a double rainbow (in case you have not seen it):

www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQSNhk…

Then there was a subsequent video remix of it made here:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=MX0D4o…





**Spoiler***
The guy in the first video is crazy for crying over a double rainbow, but the song that resulted from it is EPIC WIN!!!!
  • Listening to: Double Rainbow Song
I just found out from my friend that Tomart did an article featuring MMI and my new toy line S.K. Omega. It is part of the GIJOE Con 2010 coverage. We got 2 pages!!!

There was one picture taken featuring some of the guys that helped develop the toy line. I sadly am missing from that picture, as I was on the side eating a sandwich lol.

If you're interested in seeing the mock-up packaging and the costing model for a sneak preview of one of the flagship playsets, please check out that article. It is in Tomart's Issue #188 with the Sideshow Clone Trooper featured on the cover.

I've heard that the issue is difficult to find because there was apparently a printing error and the cover printed as issue 188, but inside it listed as issue 189.

Hope you guys check it out!!!
So I just got back from The 2010 GIJOE Convention in Providence, Rhode Island that is held by Master Collector (aka the GIJOE Collector's Club) & Hasbro. We had a booth for a sneak peek debut of the toy line I have been developing. The toys are being designed by original GIJOE designers Ron Rudat (character design) who is responsible for the Cobra logo and most characters from 1982-1987 as well as some vehicles and accessories. Guy Cassaday is responsible for vehicle design and he made some iconic vehicles such as the Mobile Command Center, Serpentor's Air Chariot, Rolling Thunder, Persuader, Conquest among other. Here is a video put up by the website ENI:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BtXN2…

I'm so glad it is officially debuted. I got a great group of artists and we made a splash.

Please check these guys out:

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:iconrl2vas:

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I've been here for a while without a single journal entry, so i guess it's about time I do something. For those 12 watchers thank you so much for hanging around for no apparent reason.

I have been working on a personal project of mine for this past year assembling some great talent together. I have revealed some characters along the way and more will be coming shortly. There will be a big reveal at the end of the month with lots more art and information.... Stay Tuned!!