billboards have been sprung across the U.S. !! though, in only 3 or so cities, so you probably won't see em. BUT, here is a nifty picture for us to enjoy. hurray.
officially only one week left to work final revisions and what not, and, the show should be premiering tomorrow online followed by television this weekend. good run guys. here's hopin the masses like to taste the pain as much as we do.
I know I haven't posted for a while., BUT I'VE BEEN WORKING, so FUCK OFF!
now on with the post :)
Well it's almost done! Xavier's only got a week or two left until we've wrapped the beast up. AND the first two spots have surfaced on [adult swim] and youtube. If I didn't mention it before, Xavier is the next venture from the Wonder Showzen creators, PFFR, and my little studio (well not MY studio, I just work there), Cinematico, is the visual laborer. It should be airing on November 1st.
We just wrapped on our first two episodes for the series we're doing for Adult Swim, and we were graced with quite the nifty cake (can't legally show it to you until the show airs in November...just, use your imagination for GOD'S SAKE!)
Anywho, my friend Steve had stopped by and was bullied into taking a picture of the whole crew, atleast all of us who were there, a few people are missing :(
Only a couple more months til we wrap this puppy up for good, GO US! FUCK YEAH!
I saw 311 with Matisyahu and the Dirty Heads on Aug 26. Really a great show, full of energy. And Chad Sexton's drum solo was pretty sweet, ESPECIALLY when he coordinated the rest of the band in to a drumline! AGH! I've been wanting to see 311 for years; I don't care if you don't like 'em, fuck you!
And Matisyahu was a great bonus, in which I'd of been happy seeing him alone, really great live! Blew my mind!
I just got my logo permanently inked into my forearm. Not only does the L stand for my name and the last four years of my life, but it can also be for the simple fact that it's on my left arm :) Up next is my right arm, no guys, I don't think I'm doing the R for right...though that is funny, and my calf tattoo, which is going to be in the works for a while still..
(Done at Cold Steel on Haight St. in San Francisco)
I've been without TV for 1 1/2 years or so, resorting to purchasing (which usually means downloading for free) the few shows that I think are worth taking up my unprecious time. I've known that Battlestar was a good one, and I had seen a few episodes back when it started but I never allowed myself to get sucked into it, I already had too many seasons of shit to catch up on while I was finishing school.
But now, I've finally indulged and have been sucked in completely. Resorting in buying the first two seasons and downloading the third (because it's not available yet). There are few shows that are worth my honesty and money, and this is definitely one of them.
I've missed him every time he's come through, and I SWORE I'd make it the next time. I finally got to see the great Fuck himself, Lewis Black, at the Davies Symphony Hall. Good stuff, my hat goes off to you Mr. Black.
My friend Steve asked Vear and myself to put together a song for him ala Flight of the Conchords (folk-comedy-duo) to use as a soundtrack for a project in one of his classes. Vear and I started strumming mindlessly on our stringy-tars and throwing ideas at eachother and came up with an early premise, tentatively titled Sir Steve of the Valley, and the Beast of Gaelic Descent. The folky narrative sparked an image in my mind so I threw this together last night, using the famous Trail's End and a pinch of Don Quixote as inspiration..
Aside from a sketch here and there, this is the last thing I've drawn in the past, oooh, two months or so? I've been so busy with work that I just haven't gotten around to drawing. Terrible excuse I know, I'm especially ashamed.
Anyways, I did this line art for Rescue Rangers a while back, because they're fucking awesome, and I figured I'd throw it up here. Perhaps I'll get around to coloring it soon, help me get back into the swing of things and gear up for the SQUADERS projects right?! RIGHT?!
Squaders is the tentative title for a web comic based on my friends and i, and multiple people that we've met in and out of college during the last few years. The stories circulate mostly around our base group of friends, or the 'bomb squad'; hence the title.. anyways, we've been INTENDING to start this, like so many other things, for a couple years now to no avail; due to other priorities and procrastination of course.
About a week ago though, a handful of us were drawn into a mutli-hour long battle of airsoft guns, cleaning products, indoor rain storms, falsified electrical prowess, and memories of John McClain among other things. In a word, it was glorious. And even more so, what lead to this pinnacle of squad moments, was the the mere fact that my roommate Steve and I didn't want the end of the 7th Potter book ruined for us before we finished it.. those bastards. You know who you are.
After the evening's escapades withered down and we recounted our endeavours with each other we decided it's time to finally start this thing. So I've thrown a couple doodles together, based off our crazy night, in preparation for our opening strip, which will be this indoor war. Hopefully I'll be able to juggle some free time outside of work this week to begin the strip itself. We shall see.
I noticed that my friend, Chris Vear had a blog spot, and in a nutshell, I couldn't allow him to have something that I did not. Plain and simple. Enough said.
Alright fine. Aside from my need to continue the non-existent e-battle with the Vury, I figured that like so many others, I'd use this place as an escape from my professional site (which is under REconstruction still, of course) in order to spill the random thoughts that might not be so appropriate for my normal website. along with some various doodles, which will probably pop up on all my other pages anyways..
But realistically, I'll have started this, like so many other things, and lose immediate interest, resulting in a couple updates per year. Who knows.