Archive for October, 2007

New prints soon

This week we’re going to have prints of the last Mac Hall comic. We’ve had quite a few people ask for these.

A couple days ago we sat down, numbered them 1 to 500, and signed them all.

They’re on their way to Mr. Rowland by UPS, and should be up in the store pretty soon.

Yeah, had to start over.

My original Dragoon mithra was lost to the years of inactivity. (That and I have no idea what my old login info was, making the ‘Return Home’ feature useless.) So I had to start over. Saw the game for $20 when I was shopping for a couple GBA games. So yeah, the new version of the ‘ol girl is once again stabbing things on the Phoenix server with the Shirt Ninjas… Every now and again that is. Not alot of time to be spend on gaming these days.

Enough about grindan games. As Matt said over there, we’ll be selling prints of the final Mac Hall comic by the end of the week. While we only made 500, that was still a lot of signing… Guess it was to make up for passing on conventions this year.

I think the expletive is appropriate.

Holy shit.

d(‘_’ )

Bind on Equip

Indeed! Prints!

Many Bothans died in the making of these and Matt and I signed every last one of the 500 buggers. It’s the first and only direct high res print from the Mac Hall comics. I really liked how the series ended.

Not a Bumblebee

When a 16 pound cat wants attention, it’s hard to ignore it.

While did say I was done ranting about my cats, I said nothing of comics. I can assure you though we’re almost done with the Schrodinger chronicles.

On to other things.
I’ve been wanting to rant about a handful of digital artists I had come across recently. All of them amazing at their craft and most of them French. Not sure how I came across each of them but they’re bookmarked all the same.

The first one I want to talk about is Xavier (Deviant Page), artist of Dofus. While I found Dofus to be confusing and rather boring, the art direction for the game is astounding. This artist’s composition and body proportions are very pleasing to the eye. Not to mention incredibly cute. I particularly like how he draws his ankles and wrists. Sort of flow from limb to foot/hand. Also, his sense of lighting is top notch.

So yeah, really nice art. I’ll be sharing more artists in future rants.

Enough with the Cat already

I’ll hold off on the cat comics for a bit.