This is all the best things lovingly smashed into a single music video. Really. This is amazing, folks. Major space kudos to all involved.
Happy Wednesday, everyone. :)
For those that are new to my work I just wanted to let you delightful folks know I currently have two webcomics updating on a weekly basis.
The first is Cthulhu Slippers, a Lovecraftian office comedy set in a post Great Old One Arises world where the elder gods attempt to run a mega-corporation. The comic is written by Andrew Jack and illustrated by myself. There is a Patreon campaign to support this comic and we now have a mech store! Woo! Swag!
The second is Over-Encumbered, a everyday comedy that follows the lives of fantasy characters living in the real-ish world of Portland, Oregon. This comic is written and illustrated by myself. There is also a Patreon campaign to support this comic as well as my other personal projects. Patrons get fun stuff like a high resolution wallpaper of this fellow below as well as behind the scenes stuff and early access to projects.
Sometimes I forget I have a blog. Oops.
So what's new? Well, the ever wonderful Doubleclicks asked me to do some coloring book art for their latest Kickstarter, President Snakes. I'm honored and super excited to have been asked. Also, I'm humbled to be in the company of great artists such as John Kovalic, Rebecca Hicks, Molly Lewis, Peter Chiykowski, Dane Ault, Jennie Breeden, and Abby Howard who are also doing art things for this project.
This is going to be so great! If you'd like to support this project, the Kickstarter can be found here. As of today, there is a week to go before the campaign ends.
A thing that's going to happen next month is that I'll be helping Joseph Scrimshaw make comedic and thought provoking animated GIFs and text overlayed photos for social media fun times. This is also going to be great! If you enjoy awesome comedy and would like support this project, I would like to direct your attention to Joseph Scrimshaw's Patreon campaign.
I also have a few things I've just recently completed that I'm not sure I can announce yet, but they are also awesome (and I'm not just saying that because of personal bias)! I will let you know about them as soon as I am able.
Hey all you podcast loving people!
Now is the time to nominate your favorite speculative fiction themed podcasts (including video) for a Parsec Award. This can include pretty much any podcast active from at least May 1, 2014 – April 30, 2015 that has something to do with the realm of speculative fiction (full eligibility criteria can be found here). The full list of categories can be found here.
Happy Nominating and please spread the word! This year is the tenth anniversary of the awards and the Parsec Awards Steering Committee wants to make it extra special.