Not wealthy enough to be eccentric, I'm just weird. I enjoy learning new skills and trying new things, which usually results in me having several dozen things I'm "trying" to do at any given time. The end result is that I progress very slowly since months or years might go by before I wander my way back to any given project. I usually try to link these projects together to try to achieve a sense of cohesion. I am always looking for inspiration so feel free to offer a suggestion, I just can't promise that I won't get distracted along the way.
Current Residence: Edmonton, AB, Canada, Earth Favourite genre of music: The stuff with sound Favourite style of art: The visible kind Operating System: Windows 7 MP3 player of choice: Olympus DM420 voice recorder Skin of choice: The one with the lotion on it. Personal Quote: "Bob, I'm well-dressed and invincible. I don't have to explain myself to you."
Favourite Visual Artist
The one with passion
Brandon Sanderson holds a signficiant amount of my respect, followed by Jim Butcher
So, I'm doing it. Finally I've worked up the courage to at least peek out of the bottom of the blindfold as I slap the keyboard.
Starting on 10/4/2013, that's this upcoming Friday, in three days, I will be posting a weekly webserial on this mess I call a site. For reasons unknown I have titled it Gargoyle, and it will follow the adventures of a group of people living in a world with superhuman powers and inhuman monsters. Because that's what all the cool kids are writing about. See it here. http://gargoyleserial.wordpress.com/
Every Friday thereafter, I plan to release another chapter, for a total of 7 chapters per arc, and 7 arcs of t
In my pants...
So, big news. The biggest, most worthiest of an update-iest news.
I've got my art and name on an actual sold in stores product! How cool is that, eh? http://selectshootingsupplies.com/collections/ar-parts-mags/products/rapid-wraps-mag-wraps-canada-series-canadian-arms-dark
The guys from Select Shooting Supplies liked my maple leaf made of guns so much they actually wanted to put it on the magazine wraps they're bringing into Canada! Hurrah! My life has meaning!
So, wow. It's been years since I did a journal update, and during that time I kind of drifted away from art and my interests went in other directions. It seem
I've finally completed enough preliminary work to actually get down to starting my comic, after months of not being able to settle on details. It's 6am, and I've been awake since yesterday morning working on scripts and plot.
Collecting together notes from different notebooks is time consuming, but strangely invigorating. It feels good to actually do something, rather than sit around feeling unprepared and generally incompetent.
I am a hesitant monster, so my plan is as follows:
1) Finish consolidating notes and details into one brand new notebook.
2)Review my script, then gibber insanely for a few days before reviewing it again.