...or the amazing chronicles of everything that I like and stuff.
Oaksandroses was nice enough to compliment my wolf on my last drawing, so I drew her with it. Thank you for being nice to me :)
Tiny play with visual aid.
Brian K Vaughan, Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente have a new digital comic out, available on the interwebs only. It’s a detective yarn set in a futuristic world where everyone has a secret identity (but no super powers). Its first issue is now available (you pay what you want for it) and it’s fucking great. Get it here.
You can choose to download it for free but that means you’re a bit of an asshole. EDIT: Someone just added “or poor” in the comments (referring to that bit about being an asshole if you don’t pay for the download). That person means well, I’m sure. Here’s the thing: you pay what you want. That means you can pay 50 cents for it. I don’t care how poor you are, if you can’t pay fifty cents for something that very talented creators have worked very hard on, here’s my advice: Wait. Save up. I’m asking you to save fifty cents. It’s not that hard. Then pay these awesome guys those few shiny nickels and read that awesome comic knowing you paid for something that deserves it. Don’t be part of that generation that feels they are owed whatever they can’t afford. Rise above that. Let’s reward creativity, shall we?
This is the cover for my band’s new album which should be ready in a couple of months. I’m extremely proud of it (both the album itself and the exquisite artwork by my dear friend Elise Simard). I can’t wait to share that music with you all, devastating heartbreak has never sounded so good. Or maybe it has, there’s some pretty good sad songwriters out there, but still this isn’t bad. And we have that amazing artwork… And songs about robot wars.
Renée French artwork. She does loneliness better than anyone. She also does uncomfortably freakish better than anyone, but not in this particuliar image…