So after publishing the Hercules product for DAZ and the Nessus vs Hercules poses, it hit me that I've got this perfectly usable character that with some mild morphing could double as Brock Armstrong, (the superhero comic I started writing/rendering years ago-when Poser was still king.) Hercules has got the musculature, almost the size of Brock (Brock is a bit more a Hulk like character while Hercules is a tad more human size.) and great vein maps that I painstakingly worked for my DAZ G3 Veins HD product. But I've still got a lot of projects I want/need to work for DAZ, and my daughter is a senior this year so I need to pay a bunch of stuff for her, between the prom, homecoming, the senior's trip, etc. this will be a particular expensive year. But anyways back to Brock Armstrong, so I've got all of these new toys that I sell at DAZ but I hardly ever get time to play with. So again it started with trying to adapt Hercules to Brock which turned out pretty good. So now I've got this version of Brock Armstrong that can be used with Iray, the new nice rendering engine; so I did a couple of renders thinking that's it, gotta get back to work and then I thought, I'll try to make a panel a day and see if I can continue with the Brock's Prelude until I hit the beginning of the comic. And that's what I've been doing but the panels take a lot of work, and its getting in the way of my real job, real paying work is getting behind so sadly I'm pushing through the end trying to patch things up nicely so everything connects. I'm dying to keep going with Brock, I keep visualizing the story, in so many ways I'm Brock, these super strong characters I do, is like living a second life thru them, a perfect combination of my two passions superheroes and bodybuilding. Don't get me wrong I love to create for DAZ but living in the flesh of Brock Armstrong is too much fun. And I better stop rambling, its late, I've been working out particularly intensely lately, (no doubt Brock's inspiration- feeling like a beast at the gym), but I'm not getting enough sleep. So there, my first journal post, just felt necessary. So if the comic stops for awhile after the prelude is over is that I've put my productivity chains and back to reality but don't worry, eventually I will get back to it. For better or worst I'm afraid the life of Brock Armstrong will always be calling at me back if at least to escape for a little while from the everyday pressures of the real world. Thanks to everyone that tags along for the journey.