Figured I should start posting more regular updates through my journal. Anyways, doing fine, besides some computer troubles, been consistently busy with various comic commissions and other jobs. Recently, a comic I'd worked on for several months recently got funded on Kickstarter at over 300% its original goal! I'll be letting everyone know who's interested how they can order copies sometime soon.
Another quick feature- Anspire put together a nice video about tutorials on drawing the human head, and has graciously featured my tutorial in her video, complete with some very valid critiques. Check it out here! This video also has me thinking more and more about creating a patreon devoted to teaching others how to draw the figure and other tutorials, as I also learn more along the way. Is this something any of you would pay for?
I'm grateful for all the commission work, and I'm always open for more, but its severely been eating into my personal time, hence why most of my submissions here have been quick art trades, which help me let off some steam.
I did however want to make an announcement for a project I hope to commence very soon. My brother Deimos-Remus has been doing an incredible job redesigning and illustrating the entire original Legend of Zelda for the NES. I highly suggest check them out! Anyway, his project has inspired me to take on a similar big project...
Look out soon for a complete redesign of METROID for the NES. All the preliminary concept work is finished, I have a cohesive look in mind for all the pieces and I plan to start submitting finalized pieces very soon. I want to make sure all of the enemies feel unique, and unlike the original games admittedly generic sense of enemy design, I want to make sure every creature feels wholly alien and otherworldly, while retaining a certain cohesion according to their native area in the game.
As always, I'm always open for commissions, please note me or email me for details!
I'm going to probably close art trades for a bit, let me catch up on some personal stuff.
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