Day 3 is upon us! Ed has just released the third day of our Alternate Universe stories and this one's from a favorite project of mine. Earlier this year I had the opportunity to create a comicbook with the help of veteran comic writer John Lewis and Empowered creator Ed Jowett. Lacuna was a great …
Here we are, the second day in my Month of Flash Fiction for Shades of Vengeance. This is another story set in the Era: The Consortium universe and is for the expansion game titled "A New Dawn". I'm thrilled to share it with you. The Consortium is one of my favorite places to visit when I write. It's …
For the month of September, I will be working with Shades of Vengeance's brilliant game designer, Ed Jowett, to create flash fiction for some of his upcoming games and projects. Ed will provide me with an image from one of his titles and I'll work up a story that might accompany it. Because I don't …
New Universal Anxiety art!
Chris has been smashing away to get this next scene done for Albert’s ongoing story. I love the new direction these pieces are taking. The complex machines and detailed backgrounds get me geeked out for hours at a time finding new and interesting bits to look at.
Work continues on the script for this next piece as well as the search for another voice to add to our cast.
Thanks for checking in and if you haven’t gotten a chance to experience our first three scenes take a few minutes and get caught up!
At long last, Mary has a face. At the rate I was going I was pretty sure I was never going to finish this. I feel like I completed more on this in the last few days than in the last month.
Couple of things with this drawing. I feel like my process is coming along, things are more familiar and the results are congruent. Of course everything feels like it needs improvement under a critical eye. I have been experimenting more with my tablet and I think I have some ideas on how to properly color this one, I plan on completing a little demo this week.
Mary In The Details
Dirty Dirty Mary
A bit of propaganda for the world of Universal Anxiety.
Robots are built to work. Their joy in seeing a job well finished is surpassed only by the knowledge that a finished job leads to a new one.
…Or so humans would like to believe.
The fabulous Chris Allworden has created a great piece of employment propaganda which will slot inside his newest work for UA. In the upcoming scene four, Albert has made his way to the head of the line at Bot-Tek where his complications are sure to continue.
To catch up on the series head to Soundcloud where we’ve posted our first three scenes. It’s a work in progress and we’re having an amazing time creating this audiodrama about a unique robot in a world where being unique causes problems wherever he goes.
Working on art lately is like a battle I feel I am losing. Time no longer slips away from me in short increments but in huge vacuous voids. I feel a bit like Rip Van Winkle, waking to find the world has moved on and my beard has taken over my face.
I guess in fact the routines we build ripple through our lives with ongoing effect. Our energy is not limitless and this is where our love for a thing bleeds through. If it is strong enough I suppose it will mold around those forgiving constants in our life. Like work, sleep, and my undying obsession with procrastination.
Today I bring to you some propaganda for UA.
The latest scene in my very first audiodrama production is out and ready for a listen! It's been a rough several weeks trying to get this latest Universal Anxiety audio written, recorded, and edited to the point where I'm happy with it. I've still got some extra things I'd like to add, intro and outro …
A new look at the world of Universal Anxiety. Chris is working to bring more detail into the art and I think it’s really the way we want to go from now on. What do you think?
Time to get those juices flowing again. This second snap shot of Sandwich grinder comes about half way through the concept. I suppose there is truth in the old saying “The devil is in the details” because you can whittle you life away on them if you want.
At this point in the drawing I was feeling pretty confident , I knew what direction I wanted to take this drawing. I remember spending quite a few highly meticulous hours at the library around this point. All of which yielded this thing…
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Mr. Sandwich. I EVEN DREW PICKLES FOR GOD’s SAKE….Who I still have to re create for the final draft, bun on top this time Christopher.
My original thinking was this machine line was going to slice these sandwiches in half. But as I was leaning more toward singling out a specific Sub…
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