Journal time! I think I'm missing a cheesy reference by a word, but anyway, time for an update. I just finished a little short comic, which I hate, but it's okay because I learned a lot. Truth is, the story really had no business being anything less than 30 pages, but due to the time I had (20 days), I just had to pick a concept and roll with it, and sadly, I never had a chance to polish out the tale, or even really write it before illustrating. So, it's a rushed, fragmented mess, but hey, I did 15 pages in 18 days, and I'm proud of that. Plus, it was a great learning experience. As for why I had such a short time limit, well, this was all fo
So, it has apparently been since, well, July since I added a journal entry, so I figure it's time for an update. Quite a bit has happened, though little of it art related, unfortunately.
For starters, I wrecked my motorcycle. Yep, lowsided on a sharp turn, entirely my fault, but unpleasant regardless. It wasn't severe, and I rode home after picking the bike up, but such things are never fun. Here's my "always wear your damned gear" bit, as I walked away from that with little more than some mild aches for a couple days. Not a mark on me as I was wearing all my gear, leather jacket, Kevlar lined jeans, boots, gloves, full faced helmet, every b
So, between artsy updates, I figured I'd throw out a new journal. I know, I'm slow with "teh arts" but I'll get on track soon, hopefully. Believe it or not, I have plans, the gears are certainly turning, it's just uncertain as to how long it'll take to realize said plans. I really, really want to do a comic. I have for a long time, and my attempts usually fail, so I'm going into this one with more experimentation, and plotting beforehand, as such, it's a slow, slow start. However, I have some semblance of faith that should this pan out, I have a decent chance of success this time around. I've taken an old story and matured it quite a bit, and