I had just finished a 104-page draft of my latest action story which started with the basic idea of bounty hunter chicks who blow a lot of shit up. Typically, what starts out as something that simple and I start reading, researching and mapping out a plot, it usually evolves into something more complex.
I probably should've put this up a long time ago, but I've been having issues with my web skillz lately and due to my other job and it's unpredictable nature, I've been slacking. Anyway, one of my greatest recent pleasures was working on Stephen Blackehart's A STRANGER TO THE DARKLANDS. I'd done the art on the cover and interior inspired by the literary styling of one Stephen Blackehart. Get it on Amazon and if you have Kindle Unlimited it's free. Get it now damn you! Amazon.com
This is the finished product I did for the girlfriend person. She said she wanted me to draw her something for xXxmas. She said anything, so I did this Island Macabre piece. This wasn't as easy as it should've been. Firstly, I wasn't working on my computer, but her scanner and Mac Mini which took days.
First of all this is one epic-ass blog. Probably the most epicest that I’ve undertaken. Not only is this epic, but it contains so much that I can’t even fit into this here single entry. This isn’t a historical account of Long Beach, but more of my relationship to it as a kid into adulthood before I left to pursue other things. However, there are some historical facts that include the opening titles of Lethal Weapon.
My 129-page science fiction epic made the Quarter-finals in the 13th Annual Fade In Awards this year. Not much more to say here that I didn't say in my blog.