Saturday, October 27, 2007

How much of human life is lost in waiting. - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Wow. I suck. I just realized that it's been more than two months since I last updated this here blog. Sorry to anyone who might've been waiting.

So, "What have I been up to", you wonder? Well, with Phoenix Comicon coming up, I've been crazy busy making art, getting stuff ready, etc. I've also still been working with Steve Rude, just got the remastered Nexus: Origin graphic novel done, so that's that. Also, I just got back from a business trip to the Cayman Islands (I love my job, sometimes). That was a blast. Got to do some snorkeling and swam with some stingrays, too. (But no Steve Irwin action, so that's good.)

So, what kind of art have I been up to? Well, I've been doing prints for my table at PCC. Things like this:

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And in addition to those and various sketchcards I've been doing, I got my website up!

So, I've been a bit busy. Also, Ash and I are writing a book, but we're having issues finding a place to print it. If anyone knows of a good book printer that's print wire-bound, journal style books, let us know.

Well, that's all the time I have for now. Until Next time!



At 10:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


The prints look great. I wish I had a good suggestion for someone who doesn't wire bound printing. Daniel Davis seems to have a great squarebound printer. It's a huge manual task, but you may consider buying the binding material and doing it yourself. I know that Steve did his how to draw Nexus book through a printer, but it seemed like it would be expensive.

At 10:16 AM, Blogger danedawg99 said...

Who is this? LOL! thanks!

i thought about it, but i don't know about doing 100+ books by hand. think steve had the How to draw book done at FedEx/Kinkos.

At 6:16 PM, Blogger judas316 said...

Your work is really good, is the contrary to my style so clear and full of colors.



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