It's been another long stretch since the last post. Why? Why, indeed. Still here in Vienna, still drawing funnybooks, still rocking the transmedial band, still hopelessly addicted to pumping audio/video/woodpulp trash into gray matter. So, why the new post? Because there are a couple updates in this weird wiggle world that keeps leaking out around me. First off: the Oh-so-oh-fish'll site for me me me, created by a couple of geniuses http://dysomnia.com/ (and the geniuses' website: http://dergestalt.at/ , should you want for this sorta tomfoolery).
Next in the text: the new show for 'Ink-Wave Frequency' will be every
Hey yes hello,
Two big blasts of lead & ink buckshot fired into the screen today. The first of which is "Damn the Cosmos" (here's the hit-by-hit blog, should you be interested- http://damnthecosmos.wordpress.com/ ). It's written by Jason Mullikin, who I have gleefully worked with before (& still for that matter) on "Legion" ( http://www.apx-press.com/main/ ). It is currently being colored by the subtle & sublime talents of Marcio Freire. We have taken this undertaking to the limit for the Zuda competition. I'll keep the information flowing as it comes to the surface, and readies itself for the voting process. At the risk of sounding m
About three months have slipped under the bridge since the last post, and I realize this now only because I have recently done the chronological-cracker-scramble to acquire three more months in this wonderful city of strangeness: Vienna. Presently I meander through the process of gaining an Artist's Visa, something I cannot even fathom back in the 'homeland'. It's nice that some countries still toss a cursory glance, and maybe a few bread crumbs, to the stained fingered social deviants and sooth-saying escape artists out there.
In other news: the funnybooks are coming along smoothly again. A Zuda project is soon to hit the site
EXCELLENT work on Chillers Book Two, sir. You have a new fan in me. The delicate distortions of the characters against the photo-real backgrounds were mesmerizing. I honestly could not tell if you were using gentle watercolours or digital effects for the gray tones. Very clever.
Thank you very much! I really appreciated your write up on the book, and me especially. You also have a new fin in me, sir. As for the gray tones, it was all ink wash. The only computer usage this time were the bits of polka-dot halftones here & there, everything else was by hand (which almost killed me when drawing that car over & over- for me, cars are just pure-for-sure brain pain to draw by hand). Thanks again, and I'm thrilled you dug the work, man.