Wednesday, October 24, 2012


So I have a Deviantart page, I haven't put up any new pics there in a while since I don't really have anything to put up there, because I didn't do anything to have anything to put up there.  I am rambling here.  I do notice that some of the pics I DO have there has gotten some love from other visitors, mainly the ones about the zombie shooter THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD of which I am a huge fanatic of, and some fan pics of games like TEKKEN.  And most recently this one has gotten some pretty good amount of attention, and it has nothing to do with either titles just listed:

Somehow it's become a new image of 'girl power.'  Man I haven't heard that term in a long time, where did that start, in the first place?  But looking at it again after a while I have to admit there are some parts I am quite pleased it turned out well.  I ought to get into this stuff sometime again soon.


Thursday, October 4, 2012

Setting in motion

So from my last post, my goal back in grade school was becoming a writer and artist.  I guess I've always liked being a storyteller at heart.  Lately I've been telling Mom bedtime stories to help her fall asleep.  I know sounds silly, that's what parents usually do to their little children, not the other way around.  But as noted earlier Mom is going through tough treatment for lymphoma, and sleep is one of the things she direly needs, as sleep doesn't come so easily for her these days due to the side effects of the chemo and other drugs she takes.  So I tell all sorts of stories, mostly fairy tales, mythologies, stuff I read back in kindergarten, etc. and it's done some magic so far.  It's also done some magic for me as it rekindled my passion for storytelling.
Actually I was in the process of creating my own first ever comic book, which happened back in '01.  I was pretty far off, then some things happened that I got derailed and put the comic on hold in '07, and haven't gone back to it for three years.  So now I'm getting back on it, and I have since revamped the whole book as the art looked plain crappy.  It's been over ten years and as an artist I can see when a drawing look crap; it's such a huge difference in the ten year gap.  I'll let you know more about the book some other time, along with several other story ideas I've been piling up in my closet, and I hope to get some of them in the light soon.
I've just been so inspired by a particular individual named Nick Vujicic, a man who was born with no limbs but lives every day of his life like he's got a full body.  I wish I could be more like him, so happy and optimistic, which I haven't been, even though I'm far better off.  I give him big credit for helping me realize my new path in life.

P.S. the above sketch was scanned with a brand new portable scanner wand.  I cannot believe how much more easier it is and why I wasted so much time and effort using this big hunky old scanner...