had an awesome interview/photo-session with photographer jamie siever last week. we met up in chestnut hill for coffee and wandered around the streets, snapping photos and talking. you can see the piece here.
not green cheese has been coming along smoothly. the wacom cintiq is far less alien to me now. in fact, we’ve developed a decent working relationship and i can see it evolving into bigger, brighter things in the future. currently thumb-nailing the next leg of the story.
i find myself staring at animation software online more and more recently. after a while, i sit back and ask myself if i’m serious about opening that can of worms. also started making an attempt at building an app for not green cheese. the cintiq, apparently, is a digital gateway drug.
the latest incarnation of the thirteen comic is well underway. i’m happy to say that this is some of the best writing i’ve ever seen out of my good friend and collaborator, jason ridings. the story is filling out very nicely in places it lacked before. in our excitement to get things out to comic book folks in the past, we overlooked little things like decent character development and clear continuity. we’ve managed to bring the reader in on the secrets this time around, making the journey all the more enjoyable. the first issue’s pencils are almost complete. jason is currently writing issue four.
still thinking about finding another art show venue for the fall some time.