Today's the day! My first ever self-published work with my good buddy Orrin Grey.
The perfect gift for any discerning individual who likes spooky things this time of year.
In this 32-page chapbook, you'll find 13 ominous domiciles, each with a suitably haunted history, including tales of witchcraft, hidden fortunes, accusations of vampirism, demonic portraits, a haunted chair, and several experiments of a "most unusual nature." Pictures by M. S. Corley, words by Orrin Grey.
I'm happy to announce my first ever self-published zine.
My friend Orrin Grey and I have been working on this for the past year and we're pretty happy with how its turned out and can't wait to share it with everyone.
It's a 32 page book full of haunted houses that I drew and Orrin wrote a suitably haunted history for, including tales of witchcraft, hidden fortunes, accusations of vampirism, demonic portraits, a haunted chair, and several experiments of a "most unusual nature."
In a limited print run of 100 books, signed and and hand numbered.
Last year, the best comic I read was Fantasy Basketball by Sam Bosma.
Back when I first read it I wanted to draw ‘He of the Giant Steps’
because he’s an awesome bad guy, well I never drew anything cause
reasons but for Sam’s birthday he said all he wanted was FB fan
art (and a magical cintiq) so I figured now is a good a time as any to
sketch something out.
If anyone out there hasn’t read Fantasy Basketball, go get it here. Nothing bores me more than basketball, but this comic was amazing.
Anyways, Happy Birthday Sam!
My daughter's favorite movie is Ponyo (with Totoro in second place) so we had a Ponyo themed party this year for her and for my main gift I decided to redraw a scene from the movie (altered a bit) with her hanging out with Ponyo and Sosuke. She might not fully appreciate it till she's older, but she sure was happy seeing it and knew it was her with them.
For anyone who has kids and hasn't seen Ponyo I highly recommend it. It's an interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's story The Little Mermaid (not like Disney's Little Mermaid). And whats great is that there's no villains or scary bits in it like a lot of Disney movies have that parents usually fast forward through, its just a fun little love and adventure story.