Bryan | Thu Jul 15 13:54:49 | 
|Off to Mechacon http://www.mechacon.com/ in New Orleans this weekend. If you are going to be there stop bye artist alley and pick up a shirt or two. Oh and Iíll see you guys n galls at the formal. |
|New comic begins woot!.
Bryan | Mon Jun 7 0:41:30 | 
|I must admit. I placed the comic and this blog while one of my two editors is asleep on the coach. I am sure they will help me fix any misspellings or grammatical mistakes tomorrow. Enjoy!|
Bryan | Thu May 6 12:23:30 | 
|Jessica finished her first comic. WOOOT. Many more to come.... As soon as I write them.... This summer.
|This is it.
Bryan | Sun Mar 21 21:03:40 | 
|Greetings my friends, Simonís big adventure comes to an end and 3 years of work is done. I am busy editing the graphic novel and look forward to having it on sale through the website. These books have been a lot of fun to create and a wonderful learning experience. I feel that I have started to come into my own as a colorist in more ways than one. My greatest sin was that I have never been able to paint at a professional level. One of my creeds is to never say I canít do anything so, an inability to paint pained me greatly. Oddly enough my friend Mitch suggested that I have a natural understanding of color and I should just throw paint at a canvas and see what happens. Funny thing is that it worked. I think all the crazy time I put into my graphic art endeavors have left me with a since of form shape and color that many contemporary ďFine ArtistĒ donít care to evolve. I would go into this deeper, but I have no intention of making enemies tonight. I have discovered one thing looking back though, when I color my work I fail to ink the intense detail that defined me in my early days. That being said I will be making a change in the next two books. Iím going black and white baby! The first story that you will be reading is a Samurai story with a twist. It takes place roughly 300 year before Simonís outing. After that I will have a three book adventure plotted by my good friend Bon Ha. I donít want to give too much away at this time, but once a week I will be uploading character profiles to the random comic page. Much fun in deed. Lastly, I want to thank my readers for sticking with me, Steven McCall for his hard work, and my wife for her patience. I feel we have grown together and I promise the best is yet to come.
|Pop Culture Art Summit
Bryan | Mon Mar 8 22:35:14 | 
|The Pop Culture Art Summit at 3 Alarm Comics was a blast. Scott knows how to throw a get together. Besides the wonderful artist that I already knew like Mitch Byrd
and Steven Butler, click here
I had the pleasure of getting to know some really great local talent that was new to me.
First was the hilarious Andy Childress of Bubbaworld comic fame. click here
This dude is funny. Imagine a Ritalin kid that you actually enjoy listening to. He updates every day but Sunday so go click on his website and be amazed.
Next is the wonderfully talented T.D. Roebuck, with her amazingly entertaining family.
I also got to meet Alec.
Alec does a very funny single panel web comic by the name of Broke Comics. Looking over his portfolio was awesome and Iím here too tell you the mans line work is top notch.
James Powell was in attendance.
James and I had only meet once before but he is a kindred spirit and one of those people you instantly like. His paintings are very imaginative and truly modern day Surrealism. Go visit his photo page right away.
The Hundred Year War was represented by Jesse Labbe. I must say the book is a very fun read.
Neo Earth has only one page leftÖ. Then comesÖÖ.