Hey, deviantart! I have a one year old Modbook Pro that is in GREAT condition and barely used. I've written my reasons in this blog post...
...but the short story is, I just don't work on the road much.
If you are interested, or know someone that might be, please direct them to my blog so they can get in touch with me.
Wonder Woman pages, and some thoughts on coloring.
To make up for my lack of updating I've uploaded a bunch of my favorite pages that I've colored for Wonder Woman. But instead of just listing who wrote and drew the pages, I decided that I would give a bit of insight into my thought process for each page. It might be something about why I chose the lighting, or the palette, or point out a bit of story telling that was done through color. Basically, I talk about things that I think a good colorist should be thinking about when coloring a comic book. Our job is to enhance the art AND the story, so if you're just enhancing the art with great rendering but neglecting storytelling with random pale
Wow, I'm really good at ignoring my DA page for months at a time.
It doesn't seem I'm able to focus on more than two things at once. Busy with just work, I can keep up with online interactions. But when I get busy with work AND everyday stuff, that pretty much uses me up. However, one of the cool things that's taken up a lot of my free time this summer was saving this really sick puppy. The vet said that if we had not brought him in he probably would've died. My wife and I took him in to find him a home, but it turned out that his home was with us. So we now own a beagle named Dexter (named that because we found him while building a deck, ge