Well, my first ever interview in this ever-growing digital world of podcasts! The awesome padres Brad Milyo and Frank Rincon that I met via Comic Geek Speak forum started a podcast of their own called Half Hour Wasted.
Unfortunately, due to some insidious plan on Frank’s part, I didn’t get to be the first ever comic book creator to be interview on HHW, as was promised to me by Frank. To make matters worse, the recording of Brad and me punkin’ Frank during the show was lost to an unfortunate (too convenient for Frank if you ask me!) technical glitch. The only salvaging part was that the first interview was with Erica Hesse artist and co-creator of "The Key" and a super-kewl kat from Jersey. Good times would be had for the next hour or so as they kindly extended 2 episodes for me to join them.
Go to http://www.halfhourwasted.com and check out the cool podcast… My interview can be found on Episode 14 & Episode 15.
Inked commission for edit_this on CGS forum. I enjoyed the clash of these two titans… reminiscent of DC’s Kingdom Come, which is still my favorite comic book of all time for me.
2 penciled commissions for c.k.clark of CGS… Of course, I enjoyed drawing one of my favorite versions of Superman once again.
Alright… here it goes. I am officially open to accepting commissions! Already 2 have signed up… and since a comment from Bryan Deemer at Comic Geek Speak started the latest string of commissions, I am offering the first 10 commissions a free sketch also.
It took me a while, but I’ve gathered the information together. For more information, check out the Art Commission Info & Request Form.
So, those crazy greeks on Comic Geek Speak throw out not just a 70’s Marvel Fanpic Challenge, but Jamie D ups the ante with a suggestion for Human Fly.
Human Fly? Human FLY? I don’t need to stinkin’ Human Fly!
So needless to say, I went ahead and painted one up. 🙂
So, the episodes of Comic Geek Speak of “creating a new character” inspired me to do some sketches. As far as the forum is concerned, I’m contributing after a whole generation of forum had past, etc. So far, good feedback is given and the part that pleases me the most is that many are agreeing that I am “staying in theme” with the character descriptions.
I’ve been having fun doing the sketches, but I’m afraid the fun sketches will have to slow down so I can devote more time to the Issue Zero of the project.