I haven't been on DA in so long that I forgot my password. I've been extremely busy. A lot has happened.
First off, Olivia and I got married two months ago. Yeah, I know, FINALLY, right? We've only been together nearly a decade. We haven't gone on a honeymoon yet, we've been so busy with work. We left the wedding and immediately drove to San Diego for the con!
After the short break from work at the convention we got home and got back to work. As many of you know, Olivia has been animating for a entertainment/ production company in North Hollywood. She works in-office five days a week. She is now the Vice President of Animation at Big H Entertainment!!!
I've been busting my @$$ drawing "Lucky" the graphic novel by Jerry Willoughby which we successfully raised funding for through Kickstarter earlier this year. After "Lucky" is finished I'll take on some more freelance gigs, probably even hook up with a new writer, but I'd love to get one of my many projects going *ahem* Fastback *AHEM!*. I was thoroughly impressed with the whole Kickstarter experience that I believe I'll go that route with it. I've also talked to Mike Farah (Bernie's BOT) and we are "kicking" around the idea of a KS fund to resurrect Bernie's BOT. Some of the art turned out so awesome, but its been years since I did it that it needs an update, so you'll probably see a brand new start to it all to freshen it up. There's another project that I am extremely excited about and am trying to get going with a couple of friends I have collaborated with in the past... a steampunk story like no other.
To the best of my knowledge, Mondo Atomid: Plan 9 is still for sale through digital distributors like Amazon and Wowio.
I just posted a bunch of work, some stuff from my last project, "The Reception" an anthology written by Mario Candelaria in which I illustrated a segment and lettered many many more. Six I think? Seven? I don't remember. I posted my pages as well as some Marco Turini pages I lettered for the book. Marco's work is so sick. Google it. It awesome.
I also posted three pages from "Lucky" that I really like. That'll probably be all until its published. Maybe a page here and there. I don't know. I should stay active here.
Next month I'll be in NJ/ NY for two weeks. I'll be around at NYCC, so I'll see some of you there.
Lastly, I wanted to say something about the passing of comics legend Joe Kubert... but I think Joe deserves his own post.