I had to explain overcrowding to an artist/creator the other day, and I wanted to share this thought. When you're writing a story - this can be prose or a comic or even non-fiction - you should think of it like making soup. It can be really temping to throw all your favorite ingredients into … Continue reading Story Soup
Everyone has to specialize in something. Specializing, however, can lead to one's work becoming stagnant. Since I started writing Black Gold a year ago, my wheelhouse - and slowly growing portfolio - has been filled with action-adventure pieces. I've dabbled a little in science fiction, and a bit in fantasy, but everything I've written thus … Continue reading Substituting one Ice Cream for Another
I have come a long way in three months. A long way. In May, I was an aspiring comic book writer who had a single concept with no means to have it produced. Now, I've finished my first comic script contract. It started when a member of deviantART contacted me, wanting a story commissioned that … Continue reading Melodie
My writing schedule has become so packed! Black Gold is still trucking along. Pages two and three are being inked and will soon be colored. We're still on track to go to print this December. So Black Gold for Christmas. Issue two - Into the Storm - is in the planning stages. I have an outline in … Continue reading Updates all Around!