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Saturday, August 7, 2010

My Comic Book

This right here is the cover of my comic book. And directly preceding of the writing of this, I slipped Page #19 of Issue #2 into it's protective sleeve in it's own little portfolio. Originally, this was to be a nice little "flash" file that you, my dear readers, could flip through to read the first issue. But, apparently, that doesn't work so well in Blogger. If you would like to read it, please send a self-addressed stamped envelope to . . . kidding! (But, seriously, you can ask me for one in the comment section if you actually would like to read it.)

So why am I writing this? I usually have a point to my blog posts, and this should one should as well. Well, in fact it does. But it's a secret! ◕‿◕

Naw . . . just thinking about maybe getting a spot in Artist's Alley at the HalSciFiCon if and when I finish Issue #2 (which, by the way, I am much more content with regarding the artwork). Have to have a backup career in place when I succeed in killing off the population of Nova Scotia with renewable energy . . . "The Coast" and Anne Murray said so!

Now, if I can just get my animation software to work correctly so that I may show off "Mur-man and The Newf" . . . it's like "Magnum P.I.", but set in Newfoundland instead of Hawaii. Excited?

4 comments:

Marc Melanson said...

Do it Man!!! You`ve got the talent!

The Velvet Cyclone said...

Well, thanks, but talent or not, working 24 hours a day makes it hard to finish my comic!

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