•October 25, 2008 • Leave a Comment
Its taken me a long time to complete but its finally done! 10/25/2008, Ive completed my first webcomic! I feel great about it but Im ready to do even more so I can learn more about the craft. It took a lot of time but it was worth it. Lots of research and I still have plenty to learn. It’s over at www.webcomicsnation.com/kamikaze34. Im about to watch the Ohio state penn state game so I wont be working on any more tonight.
•May 19, 2013 • Leave a Comment
I’ve been looking forward to this year’s expos and conventions here in Ohio. I’ve had this on my mind since January and I finally made it official yesterday. I am going to BOTH this year since they are on separate weekends. First will be the Cincy Comic Expo, my third one in it’s four year existence. I’ve always had a good time there so this one wont be any different. The Ohio Comic Con happens the next weekend. I’ve already booked my room, tickets for the three days and even got my ticket to meet Stan Lee reserved. These are scheduled in September, so you know I had to get these in advance to beat the rush. If anyone else is attending either one or both, give me a shout.
•May 18, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Well, well, well. After a lot of thought about my website that I messed up, I decided to let that webhost expire in August. I liked what I had done so far on it, but I had a couple of reasons why Im letting it go. First, I couldn’t fix it back to how it was before. I tried plenty of things but in the end, it was too much work for me right now. I loved Host1plus, though and I’d recommend it to anyone. the price I got for a whole year is very tough to top, and Comicpress was nice. I kept my site simple because I didnt know enough to change a lot of things, and when I tried it blew up on me. Second, I want to build up more of a fan base on my webcomic, then turn it back up a notch to expand. I’m still learning about webcomic work and as much as I wanted to keep that site, it was costing me money in the long run.
On the bright side, I did manage to get a site up and running that I feel suits me. Go to http://www.piscesconcepts.org and see how streamlined it is. Its a noticeable difference, but Im happy with the results. I also switched my webcomics to comicfury, which is located here: http://shieldofjustice.webcomic.ws/. I’m working more on the script for chapter 2, which a few pages already thought out and about to be typed out.
•May 16, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Why is it that once a good animated show comes on, is developed well, and that has high ratings, it gets CANCELLED? The list of shows that are good based by a wide variety of people are few and far between. Some of my favorites are a short list: Justice League and Justice League Unlimited, Spider man the new animated series, Young Justice, Xmen Evolution, Batman the animated series and even the new Thundercats has grown on me (I dont know if it’s still making new episodes). Is it because it’s very expensive to make them in America? Do the creators believe that its better to quit it while its good? I dont know but the shelf life on new episodes are very short. I just wonder how can the Simpsons, which is a great show has been on for over a decade, but others which are fantastic, such as Batman tas are gone? Just some food for thought.
•May 15, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Well, feeling very agitated this week for several reasons. Overall, though I cant complain about what me and my wife accomplished so far this year. This is where my art and writing skills play a role in helping me get through tough times (as well as prayer). I’ve been very busy and didn’t work on any Pisces Concepts related work so just bear with me while I get back on track
•May 11, 2013 • Leave a Comment
I thought I was smart and started messing with my file manager part on Host1plus and somehow mixed up my access to my webcomic. It may take a while to fix but that’s what happens when I start to get too fancy with what was already working.
•May 10, 2013 • Leave a Comment
I just bought Anime Studio pro 9 for a really good price in order to start taking a larger step in my artistic development. I’ve had Anime Studio pro 6 and I liked learning it for a brief time and I’m excited about learning this one due to its amazing features straight out the box. I was wondering if anyone else has been using Pro 9 for any animation uses. It’s going to take me a while to work with, but from the reviews I’ve researched over the last week or so, this and Toon Boom studio is tops. Wish me luck.