Page 3 of Night online
You can read it here!
Now presenting, “Sunchi” [soon-chee].
Get these super cute kissing couples on your shirts, smartphones and bags. For a reasonable price!
Keep an eye out for limit editions and new couples.
US site: http://sunchi.spreadshirt.com/
EU site: http://sunchi.spreadshirt.net/
Signal boost for my friend who’s starting a line of products! Check it out!
The first page of the short comic I’ve been working on for a while is online! It can been found on http://adealcutshort.thecomicseries.com/. In the future, I’ll be posting other short comics and experiments on the same site.
I have decided to put Obsessivity on hold. Every attempt to work on it leads to frustration, and it is not just a writer block. I need to figure out what exactly is the problem before continuing on it. As for the short comic, I am waiting for an answer as to know if I can put it on a separate site than the anthology it was meant for, since the anthology project seems to have died.
That’s why I have decided to dive into Heavy Behaviour right away. I may not have much computer time at all in the next month so it may not update very quickly right away. However, given the time it’s taking me to make a page in its style, it should pick up once everything is back to normal on my end.
I don’t want to tell too much about the comic yet. I’m curious as to what the readers’ conclusions and expectations will be.
For the first time, my art is going to be on public display. I’ve tentatively called these pieces and their custom frames “The Red Series”. It’s funny, the things I thought would be the most difficult went smoothly. I was terrified about building the frames pieces, but the clay stuck and hasn’t broken. However, simply getting the images into the frame was a mess. My finger was cut on glass and I literally bled onto one of the pictures. I spilled a bit of chemicals onto another. But finally it’s all come together and you can barely notice the blood, sweat, and tears.
Wow! The frames turned out so great! I especially love the horned one. And I’m really glad that the clay stuck to them well. Congrats and good luck with your public display! Wish I could go