I saw that, because of Flash Player being depreciated, the Animations page was completely broken. I have since updated it by getting rid of the old links and embedding a playlist I set up with all my animation work (so far). Be sure to check it out: I included a new animation I made for one of my Buskers songs in said playlist.
It has been a long time since I put up anything new. I have uploaded some more album covers under the Buskers Album Art section of the Portfolio tab. Be sure to check it out when you have the chance.
I have also created a new album made up of experimental noise. It’s called Conversion Therapy, and is available on Bandcamp.
I put up a new page for the Buskers album artwork I’ve done. It’s under the Portfolio tab on the top menu, but if you want a direct link.
The WordPress platform has changed a lot in the last two years, to the point that I struggled a bit with putting that page up today. I’ve been thinking for a while of contacting someone I know who has more experience coding a site to give some pointers, especially in the area of a redesign. Not a complete redesign, but something to spruce it up a little (customized header buttons, for one).
I’m also planning, though I haven’t done so yet, to completely shut off the comments section. You may not see it here on the front end, but this site gets a lot of spam comments that I have to filter through, and I’m sick of going through the sea of obvious spam to try to find the one legit comment.
I have put up some new images under the comic pages section of my portfolio. Be sure to check it out when you get the chance.
I realize that I haven’t posted anything on this site since July of last year, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been busy. I was at Milwaukee Zine Fest again last November, and I have posted a portfolio of my work from the Racine Zoo under Portfolio, plus I am working on some other projects as well. I am the kind of person that doesn’t like to show anything until it is finished or near finished, but I wanted to at least update anyone on what I’m currently working on:
-I am still working on Drannik & Lizzep #7, but it is taking me a lot longer than I thought it would. I have finished the second chapter, and am starting work on the final chapter because I want to get the ending down before I work on the rest of the story. Basically, what Jeff Smith did for Bone.
-I will be releasing an album of music in the next while or so. I just have to get the mixes approved from my audio engineer friend before I make that public. In the meantime, that will appear on my Bandcamp page: buskers.bandcamp.com
-I am also, on the side, compiling a collection of my old Negligence comics from years ago into a new book collection.
There are other things I’m working on as well, but these are my main projects at the moment. Just a quick update this time.
It has been a while since the last post, so I think it’s time for some updates.
I will be selling my comics at The Coffee House at Chestnut and Pine in Burlington WI from 11am to 2pm, so stop on by, buy some books, check out the other artists, the usual spiel.
It has been a while since I posted anything here, so I should update everybody on what’s been going on art-wise for me.
-I have a piece on display at Artworks in Kenosha. It is part of show called Draw Works, and there are plenty of other artists to see there. The show only goes until March 28th, though, so if you want to see it, get over there soon.
-I will be at Chicago Zine Fest on Saturday, May 9th from 11am to 6pm. I’ll be selling my comics there, including the latest issue of Drannik & Lizzep. More info about the show, including where it’s located, can be found here.
-Finally, I may be doing an inbound art residency for comics and zines in Chicago later in May. Details are tentative at the moment, but you can find out more about what that entails here.
Drannik & Lizzep #6 is now available on Indyplanet. Click here to get a copy for yourself.
Also, I will be at the opening reception of the Draw Works show at Artworks in Kenosha on February 14th, as I’ve got two pieces in the show. Feel free to stop by and check out my stuff, and maybe even purchase one of them for yourself.
Last Friday, I went to the Inspired Art auction held by AmericaSCORES Milwaukee, and hosted at the Milwaukee Public Market. I had a piece on the block there (a red striped bear with a mohawk that I have somewhere under the Portfolio link of this site), which sold for about $75. That was far, far less than what my Broccoli Monster piece sold for two years ago, but at least the money is going to charity. Anyway, I have below a few photos from the event.