Yo, I’ve been pretty bad at keeping up on my own site which is counter productive. I’m feeling better about myself as an artist and, I’m getting to work with cool writers and other folks that share my passion for creativity. I feel like I’ve been awakened! With these K.C. Tranzmissions I think I have a new outlook on the possible future of comix and media. In fact, K.C. wanted to drop some thoughts about me so I let her upload an mp3 on how she felt about this new creative endeavour. You can check it out:
I’m working with my writing partner David Crispino, to finish this Amazon comic. The first issue is done in the sense that the inking and artwork has been completed. We still need to get the dialogue and composition together before its set in stone.
I’m actually working with a friend I met through Ulises Fariñas of Amazing Forest and Judge Dredd Fame. Check out his comics you won’t be sorry. His name is Derick Skuds Mckinley Jones and he has an awesome body work that is truely delicious to tap into, so you must do that and remember that name. I have two projects I want to work with him with. First is the Black Mix comic that will be awesome and hitting the streets for you all to dig into. The Second is a weird , throwback , good vs evil story, that starts in Vietnam in the 60’s and ends in the mid 70’s. It has John Lennon in it and he’s kicking demon’s asses. The main character is a cursed indian demon killer named Geis. Here’s some sketches.
I’m finishing up Afrofuturist 2 and 1/2 which really should be 3, but I wanna squeeze in more stories. Long story short, Afrofuturist 3 is coming. Also I’m doing a lot of Afofuturist Stickers, and atleast a free comic to have ready.
Black Dayz 8 is on the grill as well as this book I wanted wrap up called Brawler. It might be a printed edition or I might just throw it online, I haven’t decided. I put out two free comix called Inkblot over the years ad it had a blaxploitation/street fighter story in it called Curb Stomp. So I wanted to just finish that off, I thought it was groovy, and I felt inspired.
I’ve been sketching up a storm lately. I was drawing archery characters, and also I brought back my homie Kid Sunday, from my early 20’s comix scrounging days.
Time flies when your making art. Practice makes Perfect. Will post more often. Yessir…