A week ago I “ended the night with a little trolling…” in this post. It was a quick screen capture to SteepShot including a work in progress character design of one of the first baddies of my comic in development, “I Thought It Would Be Zombies…”
Recently I’ve been working on getting my various websites back online and up to speed. As I was working on putting Appetite for Distraction back online I got a bit of a chuckle.
On my websites I do use some limited advertising spaces.
So, as you may have guessed from the title, this is my first test of the SteemPress plugin for WordPress. Earlier today, SteemPress announced it was now the proud recipient of a nice hefty delegation with which to encourage its users!
Welcome back! If you’ve been following along the past month or so, you’ll have seen me picking up an actual pencil to practice with again (vs. the digital stylus I’ve grown accustomed to over the past several years) and rediscovering my love of this traditional approach.
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I’ve been slowly developing a comic book by the name of “I Thought It Would Be Zombies…” It’s a post apocalyptic fantasy adventure that I hope will be a fun and entertaining romp that spans across a variety of genres.
I’ve wanted to make comic books since I was eight years old. Eight. Years. Old. Thankfully I’ve come a long way since then. After almost three decades I’ve matured. I now have the mind of a 12 year old. And I still want to make comic books.