Thursday, March 5, 2009
Propaganda Turkey and The Last Charge of the Carboard Brigade
He liked it!
So, I bit the bullet and went for it...I did PROPAGANDA TURKEY. :p
Just got out of Jon's class today and the critique went very well. There were some really neat pieces on the wall today, and we had a pleasant day of critiquing among friends.
Among today's pieces was Lia Marcoux's cover here, and Fabiola Garza's here, go check em out!
Also, my friend Jen Hom just finished a piece she's been laboring over for WEEKS and it's finally up online. Throw some love this way.
Other news: I'm CRAZY busy with work. The MIT Internship is going very well (though I'm really swamped with work...we're going to have fun with this one, I'm sure! It'll be a long weekend of game art and comics.
I've gotten my two-pager for Dark Horse approved...so I'll be developing that (expect to eventually see it online with Dark Horse in the coming months). I'm really excited about that one!
Tonight, I am going to see my little sister in a production she's performing in at Wheaton College...I'm excited!
Otherwise I am keeping sane as much as possible despite being frequently assailed by madness at every turn.
I am insistent that this semester will not break me...but it will be a squeeze, for sure!
If I graduate peacefully it will be but for the grace of God. :) (But he's good at that sort of thing)
Other news: This week was my third and final THUNDERDOME here at RISD (an event I helped conceive of a few years ago where students with angst and delusions of grandeur craft cardboard and duct-tape armor and then meet on Nickerson Green to beat the crap out of eachother with foam pool noodles.) It was AWESOME. It has solidified the notion in my mind: I will miss RISD very dearly when I leave this place...
For anyone reading who was there, thanks for making it a blast!
Next week for Cover-to-cover: Moby Dick!
:D :D :D
God bless and thanks for reading!