Had to cancel going to S.P.A.C.E. Family and I are too sick. I am hoping I can get some other shows in this year, but it is not looking good so far. Well I’ll try to concentrate on the comic and making it better and better looking in the time. Hope I didn’t mess up any Ohio plans for anyone.
I get the HOT SEAT over on Webcomics.com by Brad “the laugh track” Guigar. A little bruised up, but I need a good beating every once in a while to improve what I’m doing. Not sure if I am running in circles and everything is dead on, but I love having dialogs on art and the process. Even if those dialogs are about me. Some things I agree with, other things I do not. Other things are painful and make me want to hide in a corner and lick my wounds.
But pain is love, right? And through this pain you can create better work? I do like the theme that I should concentrate on making things better and worry less about updates until I get the art, writing and site to where I want it. Ironic that ton of fear comes from the same places and people I look up to, whom have now completely 180’d their views on everything. Hard to keep up when everything changes so fast. So what’s better, going in blind and creating your art without looking at others or looking at others and learning from them?
Oh and, RUBBA TEETS, RUBBA TEETS, RUBBA TEETS, RUBBA TEETS, RUBBA TEETS, RUBBA TEETS!
UPDATE: Didn’t know only members can see the review. But the simple break down is, art is great, writing is garbage, and jokes are not executed well. Don’t worry about updates. Worry more about quality over quantity.
THE CTHULHU HOLMES KICKER
I don’t know if I mentioned this often, but I worked on the first 91 pages of a great web comic CTHULHU HOLMES. Cthulhu Holmes is about the wild adventures of a detective of extreme character, mystery and intellect. Holmes, and his fishy companion; Watson, set forth on solving mysteries of world changing proportions. The books is written by the venerable Joe Pangrazio and drawn by myself. And now we have a kickstarter to collect the comics and make it a physical reality. I would love it if you drop by there and throw some money to get some great books.