Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Here is my title reveal for the first segment into my dark Horror/suspense blog series I plan on sharing with you starting in October. Sadly, I was forced to start watermarking my original illustrations, which I feel takes away from the piece. Unfortunately, it must be done as I would like to create and sell prints, and perhaps other merchandise to promote the project in the very near future. If any delays might come up ill be sure to let everyone know, but for now, this is my plan. The story will continue my short story Bassy's Basilica, exploring deeper into that fictional world. This adventure I created just for fun, but if it should build a following (by your help, this is possible) I will make this a seasonal entry, getting more in depth with their politics, their climate, and their worldly struggles. If you enjoy what I am creating here please help me tell the world. Share entries, and invite your friends. Thank you! I hope you like it.
Monday, April 1, 2019
I am working on a lengthy follow up to my short story #bassysbasilica
Friday, March 22, 2019
NEW MONSTER GIRL!
Illustrated by me.
Here is my latest character from out of my Bassy's Basilica universe I am currently writing. Her story will become clear in future installments of the coming Horror/Suspense fictional series I will be releasing very soon. For now, just feast your eyes on her awesomeness. Stickers of the character will be available soon.
Friday, March 15, 2019
Well, Green Book was an enjoyable movie. But Best Movie of the year is a lot of a bit much. There were too many scenes with really bad acting in it that bothered the hell out of me. And the movie moves through them a bit fast too. Also the movie was produced and co written by the son of a very successful “bull-shit artist” (his words, not mine) making it hard to trust. Also again, that same writer stresses that Don Shirley wanted him to wait until he was passed away before sharing this story, which seems suspicious to me. Plus that guy put himself in the movie, so it’s all shades kind of shady. Still, the movie is fun to watch. It reminds me of a few things. I stayed at very bad hotels for one. It reminds you how rough that time was. And it makes me realize how goddamn lonely I am in my career. So does it remind us that there is a big gap between poor, and the idealism of class. But it also shows us how we still have a lot of work to do as a nation, as there are still parts and people that are like that. I’ve been all over the country as a carnival patron, I’ve seen many different walks of life. The fact that some of this movie seems familiar to me still in 2019 is concerning. I get the time period, and the racism was thick in it, yet sadly, some of that is still around. A lot of it is so ubiquitous in some areas that folks don’t even bat an eye when such a slur or statement is uttered. I’ve been guilty of ignoring it in my early years as I was too dumb to know better. Took traveling to get it clear in my head. And still I’m learning. I recommend this film as a must see, but still a rental. Not a buy, but a rental is good enough. Don’t shit on this one completely. Maybe just a poof and a squirt, but not a full shit. This message brought to you tonight by Redbox and Crown Royal, the Rye kind... it’s on sale for Saint Patricks Day... it’s a damn deal. I should stop this review now... right! Sorry! Till next time!
Saturday, March 9, 2019
Thursday, March 7, 2019
Friday, March 1, 2019
from the Fiction War contest of Winter 2019
In a horrible trance I saw a caricature of our world. Ensnared by a web of madness obsessed impassioned possession trapped I ...
Here is my first Tarot card original art for 2018. The High Priestess. #tarot
#bassysbasilica FIRST LOOK! NEW MONSTER GIRL! Illustrated by me. Here is my latest character from out of my Bassy's Basilica unive...