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Journal Entry: Mon Oct 16, 2017, 1:41 AM
  • Listening to: JetSetRadio.LIVE
  • Reading: Twitter
  • Watching: Hellsing Ultimate Abringed 08
  • Playing: Destiny 2
  • Eating: lightly
  • Drinking: Dr. Pepper
Long absence. Sorry for that. Been wholly consumed at PlayStation as Quality Assurance and Community Support on SHAREfactory.

:iconlululunabuna: and I came to a mutual agreement of helping each other draw more by participating in Inktober. So while we aren't going to be doing it daily as for our own real-world obligations, we'll be alternating sketches. Later, time permitting, I'll properly render them out.

I finally decided to post them here too, but if you what to see them as they go up, you'll find us on Twitter posting under and

dA Birthday Thing

Journal Entry: Sat Aug 8, 2015, 5:12 PM
  • Listening to: Kaijucast
  • Reading: We Stand Guard #2
  • Watching: Jon Stewart's Final Daily Show
  • Playing: Godzilla The Game PS4
  • Eating: lightly
  • Drinking: Dr. Pepper
Flattered I got a few quotes from people I was their first favorite with Hedgehog Dilemma!

I guess we should do the thing too.

  1. How long have you been on DeviantArt?
    - Jan '03 - 12 years. Migrated from the community sonic fanart sites to here.

  2. What does your username mean?
    - The current is obvious. The original was my old AOL screenname, and was back in my WWF days.

  3. Describe yourself in three words.
    - Patient, humble, driven.

  4. Are you left or right handed?
    - Right

  5. What was your first deviation?
    Gift Art for Mellie by JustinGreene An admiration piece for melliek who is still just as awesome.

  6. What is your favourite type of art to create?
    - My gallery itself would suggest fanart, but it depends on the situation. I love digital and hand traditional equally. Character art. Desperately want to get better at landscape settings.

  7. If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be?
    - Acrylic painting, mostly for the background look of 80-90s animation 

  8. What was your first favourite?
    Julie-Su doodlie by kixxy Good old kixxy who I miss terribly.

  9. What type of art do you tend to favourite the most?
    - Fanart. A good number of tutorials as well to help me grow.

  10. Who is your all-time favourite deviant artist?
    - Picking one is not possible....
    lunabunatuna sashamya dawnbest bara-chan j-fujita ANTIFAN-REAL GENZOMAN DanSchoening KaijuSamurai bleedman Tigerfog  SLiDER-chan Tigsie 

  11. If you could meet anyone on DeviantArt in person, who would it be?
    - Already made a great friend in lunabunatuna , so I'd love to meet up with dawnbest and KaijuSamurai 

  12. How has a fellow deviant impacted your life?
    - lunabunatuna became a great friend that I always felt I could confide in when my life gets complicated.

  13. What are your preferred tools to create art?
    - Wacom tablet and Photoshop. When the mood hits me I can go for color pencil.

  14. What is the most inspirational place for you to create art?
    - Nice secluded room with music to chill to.

  15. What is your favourite DeviantArt memory?
    - Can't really think of a specific occurrence that stands out.


Journal Entry: Thu Jul 9, 2015, 12:00 AM
  • Listening to: Szu Tsu: The Art of War
  • Reading: Sonic the Hedgehog #273
  • Watching: Star Trek: TNG
  • Playing: SHAREfactory
  • Eating: Wings 'N' Things
  • Drinking: Dr. Pepper
Got a couple day passes for SDCC, so I'll be dropping into the Archie Panel Sunday. Hit me up if you'll be around!


Journal Entry: Sun Jun 14, 2015, 9:29 PM
  • Listening to: Szu Tsu: The Art of War
  • Reading: Sonic the Hedgehog #273
  • Watching: Star Trek: TNG
  • Playing: SHAREfactory
  • Eating: Wings 'N' Things
  • Drinking: Dr. Pepper
Rounding out a few things then I'll out of touch for most of the week while I'm on the show floor at E3. Feel free to stop by the SHAREfactory booth if you'll be attending the show! Laters!


Mighty No. 9 beta test runs (Twitch)

Journal Entry: Thu Sep 4, 2014, 5:50 PM
  • Listening to: This Week in Google #247: Snackable Content
  • Reading: Sonic the Hedgehog #261
  • Watching: Castle
  • Playing: Phantasy Star Online 2
  • Eating: IHOP
  • Drinking: Coffee

Sonic Revolution

Journal Entry: Sun Jun 15, 2014, 12:19 AM
  • Listening to: This Week in Google #247: Snackable Content
  • Reading: Sonic the Hedgehog #261
  • Watching: Castle
  • Playing: Phantasy Star Online 2
  • Eating: IHOP
  • Drinking: Coffee
Didn't make E3, but I'll be around for this.

My thoughts on Godzilla 2014 #SPOILERS!#

Journal Entry: Sun May 18, 2014, 11:47 PM
  • Listening to: This Week in Google #247: Snackable Content
  • Reading: Sonic Universe #63
  • Watching: COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey
  • Playing: Brave Frontier
  • Eating: A burger
  • Drinking: Dr. Pepper

First and foremost I will say I am pleased and satisfied with what I got out of this film. That’s not to say I don't have my nitpicks:

My biggest problem that I noticed right of the bat was in the opening credits, where Bryan Cranston wasn't the first, but the last credit. Cranston in fact not being the lead and dying as early as he did, felt like I was lied to by the advertisements and trailers. I was seriously waiting for them to say "just kidding" when it happened. The human plot was rock-solid up to the point where they closed Cranston’s bodybag. He is without a doubt the most powerful (human) character in this film, but all his scenes were used in the trailers. In fact, the plot the trailers laid out didn't actually turn out to be what the story actually was. It had that same feeling like Reign of Fire trailers tried to show off it’s plot to be Independence Day with dragons. This feels like it was a marketing department choice, which says to me they weren't confident with either Ken Watanabe or (truthfully) Aaron Taylor-Johnson's holding the lead role. I also feel there’s credit for this point-of-view in the edited scenes that were different in the film than they were in the trailers, particularly the one with the closing door that changed from Godzilla roaring to a fight between Godzilla and the MUTO. Which in point leads to the next issue:

The other problem I had was when they continually cut away from kaiju fights as other fans mentioned before. There were literally 3 fights you never saw the end of... That felt almost criminal. I know Monsters and Cloverfield focused on the human drama of the genre, but that's not the draw of a Godzilla film. You watch a Godzilla film to see the fights and the destruction. I'm not saying the fights you did see weren't awesome, quite the opposite. But if you're in the middle of showing Godzilla and a MUTO locked in mortal kombat, you need to show me how it got away.

One very small thing I wanted to have was a new remix of the original Akira Ifukube theme. Alexandre Desplat did a very fitting job with the soundtrack, but I consider Ifukube's theme for Godzilla to be the same as Superman's theme. Also there's the whole thing with cutting Akira Takarada's scene in the film, that I'll just wait for the deleted scenes to judge.

Something that I was only told after the movie was that Taylor-Johnson and Olsen also are playing the mutant twins Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch in the new Marvel movies….which adds a whole other dynamic to their on-screen relationship that’s not appropriate for a family-friendly discussion to go into.

Now the good/awesome:

  1. I got the one thing I demanded for this film that I didn't get in '98: and it was blue. I almost jumped outta my seat when his tail started to glow! (Though, I just wish I hadn’t ruined the surprise in the store toy isle.)

  2. Using Dr. Serizawa by name was an awesome touch (Personal nit-pick: I still feel Ken Watanabe needed the eye-patch, and the lack of the Oxygen Destroyer plot device kinda made him just another scientist.)

  3. If you caught the "Moth-ra" easter egg, you win 10 points!

  4. The end fight alone was worth the price of admission!

  5. Godzilla design is acceptable to me. He is a little bulky around the neck for my tastes but he still at least looks like Godzilla. I would like a bit more definition in some of the body features. You lose a lot of detail around the face and chest area for all the burnt scales.

  6. The scale of alot of the shots were really imposing. Swimming under the aircraft carrier in particular comes to mind.

  7. I still can’t quite put my finger on what the MUTO remind me of, I want to say Starship Troopers or even something in World of Warcraft, I just know I’ve seen that mouth design somewhere. But the designs were solid, I’m not sure if they fit in with other Godzilla kaiju though. Personally I think they need real names. (I’d still like to know what happened to the 6-legged monster design from SDCC “Oppenheimer” teaser)

All-in-all 8/10. It doesn't replace my love for the Hensei series, but I found it worthy. I think Pacific Rim probably still passes it in terms of a completely enjoyable experience, but I will have to sit in reflection a bit more before I decide how I’d rank this against other Kaiju films as part of the series. I guess at the moment I’d hold it around the middle of the list between top 20 and 15

Problems with deviantART

Journal Entry: Thu May 1, 2014, 4:11 PM
  • Listening to: This Week in Google #247: Snackable Content
  • Reading: Sonic Universe #63
  • Watching: COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey
  • Playing: Brave Frontier
  • Eating: A burger
  • Drinking: Dr. Pepper
Don't worry, this isn't a post about me leaving the site, but it should be.

Over the last few years, especially with newer sites like Tumblr and Facebook, hell even Google+, this site just gets more and more stale. Seriously this site is as old as MySpace and was a social network for artists before Facebook even started. Can you remember any of the other designs of the site? Honestly I've been here for almost 12 years and paid for it almost all of that time. Not because I gain more features over the free version of the site, but paying to remove that ads makes the site usable in my view.  Now that I've tested mobile apps, it just shows that much more.  

Let's go down the list then:
  • No Push Notification
    • This drives me insane. I will go days away from the site because of work or other things. Then you come back to messages or questions people asked 3 days ago that you're just now seeing. Or the one I really hate is missing a Journal update of a Livestream starting from 5 hours ago. How many times have I missed something time-sensitive because I wasn't on the site at the right time. Even something as simple as an email update would be better than the nothing we have now. Which leads me to the next problem. 
  • No Mobile App
    • They updated the mobile website, but even that felt begrudgingly. When I use the desktop version on a mobile phone to make your site work have a problem. It would be nice to quickly browse art and journal updates like a Tumblr feed. And like I said above, that would allow for the Push Notifications to mobile phones that would keep me up-to-date on the site when I can't keep it open in a tab 100% of the time.
  • Mark as Read, rather than Keep as New
    • This is the thing I think people see the most.  Everyone encounters the 10000+ dA Messages, then either spend the next +3 hours going through the stuff you want to look at or just wipe you're hands of it and Clear All.  Why can't I go through these like a Tumblr stream, or automatically Mark as Read by scrolling over like a RSS Reader and check the ones you wanna keep. There's no reason I should feel like managing the site is the same as mowing the lawn.
  • No RSS
    • Never mind the artwork, I see alot of people using their dA Journals as their blogs. Problem is they can't leave this site. You can't input it into an RSS Reader so that you could, again, get notifications out of the site, or read the journals without the CSS Themes that vary journal-to-journal. And not putting an ad in an RSS stream is just another revenue model that being ignored.
  • Friend groups of +deviantWATCH that do nothing
    • I didn't even see this until I did it.  Started sorting people grouping people together in my +deviantWATCH, finished 180 people into 4 what?....You gain no functionally, or sorting options, or publishing visibility....nothing. THIS WAS 10 YEARS AGO!....
  • Premium Accounts feel more like extortion....
    • I can't help but feel that when you make you're site so annoying to use that you need to subscribe to make it have a terrible business model and are setting yourself up to be replaced (see MySpace). Besides removing ads, more images in Message Center, a skinned journal and one name change, I am pressed to find a feature that I use. Even half of the options I listed above would help justify this membership without feeling like I just got shook down.
That was only repressed for the better part of a decade. You know I don't think I've ever hoped for an acquisition as much as I have for deviantART, because these guys clearly have no strategy for where they want to go with the site. I can't say I'm completely surprised either just by the priorities of features added. How many years was is before they implemented name changes? How many before group/club accounts? Things that people asked for? 

No instead we get Llama Badges.....

Need printer suggestions

Journal Entry: Sat Apr 5, 2014, 4:52 PM
  • Listening to: This Week in Google
  • Reading: Sonic #258
  • Watching: Babyon 5
  • Playing: Brave Frontier
  • Eating: curry
  • Drinking: Dr. Pepper
Need some suggestions.  Lagged on replacing my printer for about 8 years, and finding a decent one without scanner/fax currently has proved...difficult.  Primarily for basic text, graphic docs, personal artwork, but will probably use it for photos now and then.

SatAM @ 20

Journal Entry: Tue Sep 17, 2013, 9:56 PM
  • Listening to: streak, speeds by...
  • Reading: IMDB
  • Watching: Chromecast
  • Playing:'s a secret
  • Eating: Chipotle
  • Drinking: Mr. Pibb
20 years ago today, it started.  Two seasons that left such an imprint on me that I can say with certainty it is the sole reason I'm a fan.

Netflix you are my hero.

Hayao Miyazaki annouces his retirement

Journal Entry: Sun Sep 1, 2013, 5:11 PM
  • Listening to: Megaman X Medley - Satou Brainchild
  • Reading: IMDB
  • Watching: Chromecast
  • Playing:'s a secret
  • Eating: hamburger
  • Drinking: Gatorade… heart just sank....

Wacom's Android Tablet and iPad Stylus

Journal Entry: Tue Aug 20, 2013, 11:01 PM
  • Listening to: Megaman X Medley - Satou Brainchild
  • Reading: Godzilla: Rulers of the Earth #2
  • Watching: Chromecast
  • Playing:'s a secret
  • Eating: soup
  • Drinking: Water

Well, this is what I was waiting for...should I be surprised it's $1600?  No, but god does it sting next to $200-$300 normal Android tablets and even $500 iPads.  I was hoping for some in-between solution like what they look to be doing with that iPad Stylus, but I hate those rubber tips and I can't find anything that says it's tilt-sensitive.  

But a Cintiq that is a fully-functional Wacom tablet when connected to a computer, then a Jelly Bean Android tablet when mobile is so damn sexy!  Why do you have to be half what I paid for my car?!

PS:  A 13.3" Android tablet is insanely HUGE!

Sonic Boom 2013 Livestream

Journal Entry: Sat Aug 10, 2013, 4:29 PM
Live now @

SDCC'13 - Reflections

Journal Entry: Tue Jul 23, 2013, 11:42 AM
  • Listening to: Project X Zone soundtrack
  • Reading: Godzilla: Rulers of the Earth #1
  • Watching: Venture Bros. Season 5
  • Playing: Animal Crossing: New Leaf
  • Drinking: Coffee
Jeez 2 days and I'm still drained and melancholy.  Let's see if I can relay in a understandable method all the stuff from over the weekend @SDCC

Preview Night
After procuring a 5-day pass from a co-worker whose original purchaser flaked-out on him, he offered me the pass.  Understand that this was literally 12-hours before the con began!  Take that into account as you continue to read this.  LOL.  

Went down alittle later for concerns about badge checking the name, but they just care if it's a real badge, they can't check every ID too.  Preview Night is always the crammed, crazy day.  No panels so everyone's on the floor, shopping for the deals.  I just wandered and looked for things that caught my eye, identified my points-of-interest for the later days of the con (Archie Booth really became my anchor to where everything else was for being in the center of the hall.)

Day 1
Initially I had a plan of a nice, structured sweep from one side of the convention center to the other....HONEST!  But that's just not how things work out.  Things catch you attention.  Started my way to the west wall, which is where they now hosted the gaming area (thank god it's not on top of media again.)  And the first place I stop is the PlayStation booth, LOL.  I immediately caught seven kinds of hell from my co-workers at Sony working the booth for getting in line to play the PS4 for the first time (Knack).  I like the controller.

From there I wondered the area for abit, running into the Eggman/Wily cosplayers.  We chatted and hanged for quite abit, directing me to an available and extremely overpriced DJ Pon-3 (that yes I bought for Amy).  We picked up a Lex Luthor on the way, and those 3 bantering in character was hilariously awesome.

Wandered til about 1 and headed up for a panel on Digital Inking techniques.  One of the things that really nice about the con is you can treat it like alot of college classes with professionals.  got some good tips on creating Photoshop brushes.

Made my way to my next panel and walked in on the end of Chris Metzen's WoW panel.  That was an unexpected treat and I'd end up spending the next 2 panels in that room.  Next was the Capcom panel, where I got to see the Strider reveal.  The John DiMaggio's Voice Actor panel with
Rob Paulsen(Raph, Yakko, Antoine), Dee Bradley Baker (American Dad - Claus), Andrea Romano (voice director of everything you love), Pendleton Ward, and others.  Hearing Rob Paulsen sing "Countries of the World" live was a treat!

I think I rounded out every day at the SEGA Arcade.  It was outside the con and just I nice chill place to hang without a large crowd.

Day 2
Fewest panels but definitely took the most photos.  I stopped by the Archie booth and got to say hi to :iconianflynnbkc: :iconevanstanley: and got signatures for their first published issues.  Wandered to the autograph booth with Kevin Sorbo, Brent Spiner, Marina Sirtis and Micheal Dorn.  Had nice conversations and are all wonderful people.  

I sat in Picard's chair....

The Street Fighter panel had much of the same information as the Capcom one, but I don't think I'll ever recover from seeing Yoshinori Ono-san dressed as Chun-Li yelling "yatta!".  Priceless.

Day 3
The Godzilla Encounter became my top priority this day.  Tickets ran out the day before and I was not missing this.  I could have attended the Trailer panel in Hall H, but that would have prevented all the other things I wanted to do by waiting in line from 3am-11am.  

I happened to see a demo going for Google Glass while I was waiting for my pass pickup time.  It was only a trailer video for Intelligence, no interface and I knew what to expect from listening to TWiT.  I actually really could have used it for the Con taking pics rather than pulling out my phone, starting the app and taking the picture without stopping for too long.  We'll see.

Got my pass and time, then got my B5 book signed by J. Micheal Stracynski.  Walked through the Gaslamp Quarter to the building an ran into a trio from Tokyo, also kaiju fans and going to the Encounter.  Talking in Japanese about Godzilla movies just made that experience that much better!  Standing in-front of the Oxygen Destroyer was something I never thought I'd do.  I could have spent HOURS in that museum.  The Encounter Experience itself was amazing.  Seeing Godzilla's head out a 30-story building is a childhood fantasy.  I cannot contain any reservations about my hopes for this film now.  G'98 never happened.

An unexpected surpise to randomly run into Kyle for the Kaijucast podcast.  We chatted for abit and traded some information.  I got Kaijucast Stickers! =D

I met :iconlauraalenablue: (Sally cosplay) and crew from Sea3on Animated at the SEGA Arcade.  We all hit it off great, chilled and had dinner.  Dick's Last Resort was an amazing choice to eat  for the con.  LOL

Day 4
The last day was so meloncally.  This was my Sonic day.  Got my scarf and pic from the Strider photo-op and made my way upstairs for the panel.  Met up with the Eggman/Wily duo as well as the Sea3on Animated crew.  The panel was hilarious.  :iconjongraywb: killed it.  Apologies to those that watched the stream because more than likely that was my cackling (I blame dad.)  The one thing though that I'm most proud of was the thing I see the most complaints about online.  The people that asked questions had the TACT not to ask about the legal crap and changes affecting the book, especially with it being recorded.  That actually made me very happy and proud of the people that attended the panel.  Hand shook the creative team (was flattered Jon remembered my name!) 

Afterwards outside I got to meet-up with :iconslider-chan: :iconkureejiilea:, both I've follow their work forever!  Ian turned, walked my direction and shook my hand, which meant the world and flattered me beyond my means to express.  

Later at the Archie booth after picking up our grab bags, I ran into :icondarkspeeds: :iconchemb0t: :iconevanstanley: where we traded portfolios and chatted.  Evan gave me some great advise which I'm very grateful for.  Talked with :iconianflynnbkc: about the book, concerns, and things happening.  No, I'm not sharing because I feel those were relayed in confidence as much as he could.  It's enough to say I understand and that I have immense faith in this creative team.

Met up with :iconsterlingquinn: and a few people from Sonic Stadium at the SEGA Arcade, as well as :iconlauraalenablue: and crew.  Had dinner and finished out the con.  

It might not have been another Sonic Boom...but I'm extremely satisfied with the time I had.  Great meeting everyone. =D

SDCC 2013

Journal Entry: Tue Jul 16, 2013, 1:56 PM
Not going to be able to make it into the actual Con this year, but I'm up for any meetups if anyone is out and about around since I'm in the immediate area.  Definitely seems this is just like E3 and one of those years I really wanted to go.  =P

UPDATE: 7/22/2K13
Holy crap I'm exhausted.  Like I said in the comments I actually got into the con.  Ran into so many awesome people, chatted with a HUGE number of fans and creators alike.  I'll through up my pics from Facebook for those that don't follow me there.

Picking Favorites, a Character Meme

Journal Entry: Fri May 24, 2013, 4:23 PM
  • Listening to: Google Music
  • Reading: Ghostbusters (2013-) #4
  • Watching: Batman: Dark Knight Returns Part 1
  • Playing: Star Trek Online
  • Eating: PBJ
  • Drinking: Tea
*stolen from :iconheatheru:
For each of the first 10 people to comment, I will feature one of their characters, as well as tell you what I like about them! If you comment, DO the same in your journal, putting the tagger on in the first slot. The idea of this is not to get a free feature, it is to spread art around for everyone. 

*Please note that if I don't really know you very well (or at all), so if I don't I'll approach it as a critique of design =D!

1. :iconheatheru: :thumb347530447: Heather has such an insane number of characters I wouldn't know where to begin.  And for safety sake (mostly because I'm so blissfully ignorant of Pokemon and RPing) I do believe I'll go with her main persona.  I always found there's something  striking and vibrant about the orange and teal combination of this character.  She's cute and a simple design that doesn't require the viewer a large amount of time to figure out what's going on with some of the more complex patterns on alot of the characters I've seen out there.  I would also say much of the same about Juniper, alot of striking contrast in a simple design.


Streaming - Lupin III: The Fuma Conspiracy

Journal Entry: Wed May 1, 2013, 8:44 PM
  • Listening to: Google Music
  • Reading: Mega Man #25
  • Watching: Lupin III: The Fuma Conspiracy
  • Playing: Poker Night 2
  • Eating: Ramen
  • Drinking: Dr. Pepper
Streaming an old but rare one in about an hour or so.  A Lupin movie that's not Cagliostro.  I'll see if we can throw something together afterwards.…

i.e. Sonic #244

Journal Entry: Thu Jan 10, 2013, 3:12 AM
  • Listening to: Google Music
  • Reading: Sonic the Hedgehog #244
  • Watching: Star Trek TNG
  • Playing: Sonic Jump
  • Eating: Pizza Rolls
  • Drinking: Sweet Tea
"reposted from Bumbleking Post concerning Sonic 244"

I feel like I've lurked enough around these 2 topics and given myself some time to stew that I finally want to through my thoughts out about this...debacle.  Rather do it here than derail the main #244 discussion any more than already had by the external events around the book.

Just like everyone else I'm not happy about what's transpired.  I'm going to be severely disappointed if Julie-su and the like never cross the book again.  I applaud the creative team for making something out of an insane mandate on the 11th hour, but I can't even begin to read the book as a real story because of what's changing and why.  And I also agree with others that have posted that I'm having a real hard time separating Thrash from being an embodiment of what's transpiring outside the book.  

I'm going to go a more comic route as this really feels like removing all X-men and Mutants from the Marvel Universe except Wolverine and Sabertooth.  Such a big "heart" of the stories and characters I literally grew with in this series are now just straight banned.  To say it's disheartening is a colossal understatement because as a community, after a very long period of mediocrity, we felt like we took our book back.

But I think what's the real problem with all this is people feel helpless that there is really no action any of us can take about it (and I'm confident that the creative team feels the same way).  This isn't something we can directly petition to get changed because it's sadly "in lawyers' hands" ATM.  Much like alot of the stuff I follow in tech news, this is about Copyright, and unfortunately in this country it's about "first to file", not who invented or if something even should be Copyrighted, Patented, or Trademarked.  I don't believe that a certain party waited 6 years to do this out of some spite, I think this entire situation from day 1 has felt to me like one of those TV Law Office commercials about taking some drug and "entitled compensation" and certain party says "hey that sounds like me!".  The sad truth is I think Archie got caught with their pants down where the characters made in the book were viewed as derivative works of an already licensed property didn't need to be protected, and certain party took advantage of that oversight with a copyright office that just files the paperwork.  

However, reflecting on it I have found that there are some possible outcomes that "could" turn out that give me some hope:
-These characters become "licensed" just like the main SEGA characters.
Now I'm not even naive enough to believe the higher-ups at Archie are even likely to consider this an option with a portion of the profits of the book already being paid to SEGA in licensing, not to mention a severely bad taste in owners' and the community's mouths about this overall situation, but I have been wrong before.

- Should a compromise someday be reached, maybe a Director's Cut Endangered Species like issue #50.  If anything there's an idea for you fanfic writers and artists out there.

- Certain Party just wants to do his book and that's the end of it.......yeah I can't even see that one.

- Last resort, the Copyright gets invalidated as derivative works.  Unfortunately that requires SEGA intervention that I don't see until certain party pushes them more to threaten their profit lines, like prevent a game from being released.

Livestreaming (over)

Journal Entry: Thu Aug 16, 2012, 12:21 PM
  • Listening to: Google Music
  • Reading: Sonic the Hedgehog #239
  • Watching: Black Dynamite
  • Playing: Valkyria Chronicles II
  • Eating: chicken
  • Drinking: Sweet Tea
Only doing a short stream tonight while I work on an old Godzilla pic that I think I'll use for some CSS backgrounds.  Feel free to come and hang out.…

[UPDATE] Over now, first run of the custom CSS now on the Journal.  Hopefully get to try some more things tomorrow.  Maybe even get an idea how to actually finish this old Godzilla pic.

More to come.

  • Listening to: Google Music
  • Reading: Sonic the Hedgehog #239
  • Watching: Adventure Time
  • Playing: Canabalt
  • Eating: food?
  • Drinking: Sweet Tea
Switched to Livestream per a few requests, starting highlights and rendering tonight:…

(UPDATE) Rusty, but getting my groove back. Preview:…