Tuesday, December 28, 2010

The Fiction Project Oddessy Starts...

I just got it in the mail a few scant days before the heart of the holiday season. My subject is Nightmare. So I'll be digging up old dream memories of the past... that stuck-out as totally disturbing to me.

This will be the most honest account of the strangeness of my unconsciousness. I'm nervous on how people will react. I mean all of it is intangible (not real) in a sense, right? But these are... and were... fading glimpses deep inside of me at one point. Entities that invaded my dreams, and objects telling me how to do things, etc.

It could all be my brain de-fragmenting like a computer, so I can remember the next day, and keep my mind less cluttered. Maybe it is my true self communicating ideas...

All I can do now is document them as best I can, I've got till May first.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Infinity Wall

Here is the first episode (every Wednesday).  I'll publish it here too to make life less complicated for my fellow blog watchers, but if you want to follow it via Wordpress we have the actual site there: http://infinitywallcomix.com/
Look it up on Facebook, and "like" it if you want.  I hope everyone enjoys it... even if it has swears. Cheers!

Monday, December 6, 2010

Fan art I guess...

I started doing some fan art of my favorite local comic artists in Minnesota, and on the web. Its my tribute of appreciation for them making comics and creating sequential art (because its fucking hard). This one is of Ryan Dow http://ryandow.com/ic/ he has got a great eye for pacing, and I like his general honest view of life. So I drew this for him.

The Fiction Project.

The Fiction Project is an opportunity to tell stories in a different way by fusing text and visual art. The moleskin is dinky (5.5 x 8.5 inches) I dunno if I can draw that small. I chose the subject "nightmare", and I have some good ones. Like the bad dream I had recently... I was petting a tiny kitten, and it had a giant eye in its back. Yep, I got plenty of creepy shit write and draw out.


Anybody else that reads this site, I'd recommend going for it also. Why not?

Friday, December 3, 2010

Infinity Wall Comic!

My fellow friend and co-worker... the insanely talented Cory Speets
See here: http://www.gigposters.com/designer/57842_Cory_Speets.html
We have an unconventional way of producing them... in reverse order.
I draw them first, then Cory writes them. Simple as that. Strangeness will ensue, I assure you. The first will posted here and other websites next Wednesday... every Wednesday until we tire of it.

Hopefully not though.