I'm Not Dead
I'm sorry for not being here so much the past 2 years. I should use this account more. As far as updates go, I've bounced around the states a fair amount, and I'm about to move again in the summer. I've finally buckled down and started making photography more than a hobby. I'm offering freelance work on the side, and it's a slow start, but it's happening. I'm a very different person than I was when I last wrote a journal here. I've made many new friends, left others behind. Discovered things about myself. And right now, I'm trying to find myself again and fix him up. I'm a heavy work in progress. If anyone's still around, hello. How have
Selling hundreds of comics!
I've been a bit of a comic hoarder for a couple years now, and I've got so many that they're probably just going to sit and be useless. So! I am looking to sell most of my collection to anyone who's interested! The only exceptions that I will be holding on to are issues with Rocket Raccoon appearances. Everything else is (probably) fair game. My collection mostly features Marvel comics, but I also have issues from DC, Dark Horse, Dynamite, Image, IDW, Valiant, BOOM!, Vertigo, Top Cow, Radical, Archie, Aspen, Black Mask, Antarctic, WildStorm, Avatar, Topps, Abstract, Oni, United Plankton, Bongo, and VIZ. The entire collection can be viewed h
A Series of Unfortunate Events (music review)
With the release of the Netflix adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s seminal 13-novel series, I wished to return to the 2004 film that brought the Baudelaire misfortunes to the silver screen. Instead of discussing the film itself, where it shines and where it doesn’t, I want to focus on one of the best artistic components: the music. As of writing this, I haven’t yet seen the new series, to refrain from comparing it with the subject at hand. Thomas Newman is no backwoods composer, and I feel that his work here should be recognized. Yes, the film let fans down in several ways, but this soundtrack did not. It carries the spirit of
New Account (update)
Update: I will be removing most to all of my furry work (and work of my characters) posted here, but my character references are up on the new account, and I will be uploading my own art there as well! Happy New Year, everyone! This account, for the longest time, was simply for photography, and occasionally logo/graphical work. Then, I began uploading furry work I both received and made myself, and that took all the focus. I feel that it isn't fair for all those who followed for my photography. So, I've decided to split all my furry work into a new account, Clapperson (https://www.deviantart.com/clapperson), and keep working on my photography and logo design here. Let me know i