Haha. You read that in Professor Farnsworth's voice, didn't you?
Seriously, I'm officially being represented by caricature artist Mac Garcia for events! So if you live in the Houston area and want to book me for an event, let him know and I'll be there! Visit is site here: http://www.macgarcia.com/friends.html
Like most folks here, I've been going on and off here. But with the semester winding down, I'm getting a little more time to myself.
Anyways, I just installed Photoshop CS6 and am now testing out all these new features. I now can have pieces with an airbrush like quality to them, which should be fun.
I also meet someone here that's really interested in writing a script for Bhim and Ambika. It's funny. I also checked my blog posts and the posts that have the most attention (view count) are indeed Bhim and Ambika. The artist also let me know that Ambika left a big impact on him. I just never thought one of my characters could do that so soon,
Heya deviants! I hope you guys had a happy holiday and a great start to 2013.
Now for a little random thought.
Whenever I'm bored, I'll surf around YouTube or doodle for a bit. Well one day, I happened to bump into something I haven't seen in YEARS: a cartoon show from Nickelodeon called "Catscratch". Whenever I saw that thumbnail, I though to myself "I haven't seen this in years! Let's watch it!" So I sat down to the episode called "Bringing Down the Mouse" and I gotta say: this show's a lot better than I remember.
The premise is that three cats inherit a fortune after their multimillionaire owner passes on (similar to "The Aristocats").