In my collaboration "Spiderlimbs and Eerie Things" I challenged all the crontibutors to consider coming together with our creepy stories and illustrations to create a graphic novel. A graphic novel is the perfect collaboration project as it necessitates a writer, penciller, inker, letterer, and colorist.
In the case of this first story I have filled in as penciller and inker, just to get the ball rolling, and obviously, Metaphorest was the writer of the poem "The Sorrow Bird". Now all that is needed (for this story, at least) is a letterer and colorist. Help me out guys! (Or start your own penciller/inker steps by choosing another story in the collab.)
If you want to take on either of these jobs, download the zip file of all the pages!
For if the Sorrow Bird should show
Wanna be in my new movie "Don Jon's Addiction?"
If you are in the Los Angeles area between the dates of 5/25 and 6/21/12 and you are interested in being a background actor in my movie, then submit your info to the following e-mail address:
Please include the following information in your e-mail:
* A current photo of yourself
* Phone number
* Availability schedule between 5/25 and 6/21/12
E-mail us quickly as these slots are gonna fill up real fast! :oD
Marke's "Tired" turned into a song:
I'm tired of
being tired of
being tired of
The verse I wrote:
I'm lost oh
am I lost? or
have I lost
Full Sequence (UNCUT) version of the Tiny Stories Reading at this year's (2012) Sundance Film Festvial.
This is a painting of the lights on a highway. I like the idea of painting things that are usually only seen through a camera lens.
this is a landscape of my city Whangarei in New Zealand.....or how I like to see it. The landscape is the treasure of my city.
I finished it!! Took about 6 or 7 weeks but I did it :o)
I also took pictures along the way and made a small video with them if anyone's interested.
I was overdue for a remix and since I've been loving everything ppeppina has been doing, it felt like the right thing to jump back in the action with. I was going to use the instumental track to make something completely new, but I already really liked what was recorded with the track, so I just played around for a bit. It probably gets a little cluttered in the middle, oh well. Yay! :)