During the past week, I’ve been steadily tagging and working on the Johnny Saturn cast page. Phil Hofer (aka Frumph) has done wonders with Comic Easel, and I’m so pumped about it. The cast page will not only be a link to each characters’ total number of appearances, it will also be a link to their first and latest appearance, a short description, and a picture. ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Greetings, Esteemed Readers—I don’t know how many of you there are, but I hold you in the highest esteem, thus qualifying you as esteemed readers.
As you can see, the website is almost done, so I took this week to collect all Benita’s and my plotlines, try to put them in order, and outline our next epic. And, epic it is. I said it best here, in a recent FaceBook post: ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
The “Johnny Saturn” website has been out of service for a while. I’ve been working to change that and get back to creating comics. We are getting closer all the time.
Some things will be different. I’ll be going back to updating twice a week, on Monday and Thursday, not just Mondays, but I have no intention anymore of putting up unfinished work just to make update days. I will endeavor, instead, to have every episode print ready by the time I put it up. That’s a big job, especially for a one-man art team, but I believe I can do it. ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Hi, Readers, Friends, and Curious Bystanders!
I posted this on another blog of mine, but I liked it, and realized that this would be a good first entry for my new, permanent blog!
For my grand return I’m taking part in the blog hop. It’s sort of like a chain letter for the power of good. I was asked to participate by the former link in the chain, my wife Benita at her blog. Her answers are well worth reading as well. To participate, one must answer the following four questions:
Question One: “What am I working on?”
This is pretty straightforward. I’m continuing to format the third “Johnny Saturn” graphic novel for publication, as well as writing future Johnny Saturn stories, painting a picture, tackling the drawing of hundred different faces in a hundred days, a Johnny Saturn game resource and series bible, a prose anthology, and more. My slate is full. Most of my attention goes toward my self-published Johnny Saturn work, because I believe that is what I’ll be remembered for. I also have a collection of digital textures I’m collecting for publication, and I also take time out to mentor artists in training.