Yeah for all those tat gave me a follow, I thought it would be a courtesy to at least let you know I'm still alive, and yes still drawing. Being an artist is funny if not very interesting journey, filled with ups an downs. I have sought the desire to become full-time professional, that was meet with great difficulty. Alas I was unable to support myself an family as such, and needed to get a "real job" (Hahaha). So, while the dream has not died, It must become a part time gig, or "Professional Hobby", either way I will be taking money and using my art supplement my income.
I just finished my first comic-con known as the SDComicFest. I receive
I just wanted to give a heads up to all the Manga Studio 5 users out there, that Doug Hills, the author of MS5 For Dummies, has continued his tips on a patreon page.
Dougs goal is to totally keep doing these for free, BUT he is doing this on his own time. So if you can become a patreon, do so. If not, help spread the word by point to his page to someone and maybe they can contribute.
Hey everyone I have been posting rather sporadically as of late, but for almost the past year I have a good reason. I have been under a non-disclosure contract, working hard to bring you Project27. It's a unique blend of comics an film to bring you a story inspired by the greatest generation. They learn to deal with the most extraordinary circumstances from the most humblest of beginnings.
I'll be updating once a week with a full comic page and you can be apart of supporting the making of season two. Yes season one of the film is already in the can. It's the comic that will tell you the whole story from the beginning. So check it out an te