Hi fellow Deviants,
Having completed my final story for Jimbot - a prose story called Don't Read This, scheduled to appear in a future issue of Amazing and Fantastic Tales - I am now up to date on all contractual obligations. This means I can concentrate on my own projects for the foreseeable future without the threat of looming deadlines.
I have several self-penned comics on the go at the moment: Figments - a psychological sci-fi (psy-fi?) about a girl trapped in her own nightmare subconscious, Progeny of the Lost - a steampunk fantasy, and Blood - a family drama disguised as a vampire story. In addition to these projects, I am also beginn
So I've returned to DeviantArt to find a stack of messages and unviewed images from friends. Sorry about that, everyone. I don't come around these parts too often. These days, I tend to show off my art on my website, midwintercreations.weebly.com, and communicate with fellow creators in Facebook.
Here's the news in brief:
GoodCopBadCop has been snaffled by Rough Cut and has been collected as a graphic novel called Casebook #1 with an introduction by the mighty John Wagner, co-creator of Judge Dredd. It has been getting good reviews and we are all very happy with it. Work on book 2 is underway and I think the art is even better, but perhaps
Sorry to hear that, I myself have not heard from my band mates ever since they went stateside. Priorities change I suppose but I do miss playing and I haven't played in a very long time. By the way, I've read 'The Last Precinct', and I enjoyed it! You continue to amaze me with your original and edgy art style and story telling. Cheers to you, Luke!
Same here, Luke! Been out of circulation the past couple of months myself wrapping up Act 1 of Dead Girls. Still have a 20 pager to work on, - probably won't be out till May 2011. Good to hear you're playing again!
Word up L-Train! Like the new work. I've been playing around with some infrared photography recently, which has turned out pretty cool. It's on my page if you want to check it out. Catch you at work, Jim.