As I don't have any working equipment to make any new videos at the moment I've decided to start a new blog so I can at least provide what is hopefully entertaining content in the meantime.
Check it out.
Things have been quiet on my end, but I just wanted to let any fans in the Phoenix, AZ area know that I'm going to be doing free sketches at the Atomic Comics in Paradise Valley from noon today until 4pm for their Red Hulk joins the Avengers sketch event thing.
Should be fun, stop by and say hi!
My online presence has been completely stagnant for far too long, and I apologize for that. Real life has a way of getting in the way (for nearly two years, boo that sucks, yuckky real life)
Anyway, a friend got me a copy of the sketch cover edition of Wolverine.
So this is what I've come up with so far, figured I'd share.
I'm going to ink it, and I'm considering putting it up on eBay.
Well the first screening of Wentworth & Buxbury was today. There were some technical glitches with the audio in all the shows in our block but nothing fatally bad. The crowd was a bit small but overall the response seemed to be positive.
Anyway, for those of you in New York who missed it there's one more screening on Tuesday, September 16th at 10:00pm so if you've got the night available feel free to head out and see it. It's at New World Stages on 240 W 50th St (between 8th and 9th Ave) You can find more about the venue on their website.
I hope to see you there.
Written by Timothy Nash, Hayden James Weston and Lucas Crandles of Dark Heart Productions, the pilot has been made an official seection of the 2008 New York Television Festival Independent Pilot Competition.
The pilot itself is going to be screened today (September 13th) at 4:45pm at the New York Television Festival. It's located at New World Stages on 340 W 50th St (between 8th and 9th Ave) in New York City.
If anybody lives in New York City and needed something to do today, let's make it a full house.
The pilot will also be screened again on Tuesday September 16th at 10:00pm
As you've probably seen I've finally posted a new cartoon. And I certainly didn't expect the response to be as positive as it has been namely because it's not a comic book parody.
I've got more stuff in the works, I can't promise and hard release dates, but hopefully more'll be coming soon.
I'm also toying around with the idea of putting my comic book parodies onto a DVD, but I don't know if that's even legal since they're not my characters, I know there's parody law, but I need to look more into the specifics before I jump headfirst into anything.