An homage to one of my favorite movies of all time, Blues Brothers.
Well, keep me in your RSS feed boys, we are back but guaranteed irregular. My new years resolution is to complete ONE creative thing a week. Said creative “thing” shall either be a comic (Nonsense or Fuzznuts, the squirrels get priority) or a chapter/short fiction piece. I’ll be throwing up a writing blog sooner or later. Anyway, I’m happy to see a few familiar faces! You guys rock!
I will be attempting to round up the wonderful things people have drawn for me and place them on the Fuzz Extras page. I should have done it a long time ago, but I’m a terrible person. Apologies.
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I couldn’t help it. We were out Christmas shopping, saw this, and had to take a picture. Do you think they don’t know, or just don’t care? It is Kentucky, after all.
As you have probably noticed already, I have only been updating about once a week. Pretty terrible, I know. That is all thanks to me pursuing my college education. I don’t exactly know what I’m going to use it for, but I’ll get back to you on that. Anyway, since College Algebra is eating up all of my free computer time, I figured I’d better let all of you know that I will be planning to knock out at least ONE comic a week, and anything else is a bonus. At least until I get some non-math classes next semester.
Oh, I could post my sweet ass art projects I’ve been doing in art 101. Anyone interested in seeing my 3rd grade level painting skills?
However, it was a lot of fun. We had half a table, which was more than enough for us since we only brought my laptop, flyers, cards and some minis. I made some quick sharpie sketches once we ran out of minis (which was super quick). I met some cool people like David Branstetter, who churns out the witty and well-done Straw Man Comics, and Joshua Hicks of Palms Productions. I didn’t get to talk to everyone, which was a shame. I really should have taken more pictures too, but I didn’t want to get up and miss out on hooking any potential readers. So here are a few pics I took, and if you saw us on FCBD, post a comment below and say hi!
I’m super excited about this. It is only available on-demand from Lulu as of right now, but it still counts. I got two copies in the mail today to show off to family and friends. They looked really good, although I could see a few slight imperfections I didn’t notice on my pc. It was awesome finally seeing something I’ve worked so hard on in print.
This is my oldest son Ian holding the finished product! You can get it here at Lulu’s website for now, until I can get a personal stock to sell. There are a few pages of bonus material, adding up to around 44 pages including all the Fuzznuts! There is also a download available for like 3 bucks.