Classical Club is back!

Some guick edits, a little bit of dirty work, and my great idea is back to life inside Re!


I'm finished! Whoo

I just finished drawing, coloring, bubbling, and writing...

Ain't it cool? Those in my news club get a special preview (Wow! Two people get a preview! I'm gonna be busy tonight!) By the by, you can enter the club by giving me an e-mail shout-out, though you can only enter Today, Tomorrow, and Monday of the week after next. The days in between those dates I'm visiting with the tiny yet best-loved portion of my family living in South Florida.
Anyway, I'm so happy I'm celebrating by sitting in my den watching ABC's Castle re-runs on my computer all day. Whoo!

(P.S. Haven't taken the comic to the pubisher yet, so if your reading this, don't ask when the comic will be released to the public. 'Cuz that'll tick me off. And I know where you live... okay, I don't really, but still... DON'T DO IT!)


If Looks could Kill...

Sekhmet's job would be much easier.
Again, patents.

I based the full form of Sekhmet on the way ancient Egyptian art depicted her kinda like a Greek Siren (except with a snout and tail replacing the feathers and fins). Plus, she has a part-time job as Hathor, the Egyptian goddess of Beauty and Love, so, you know...

Meanwhile, Happy 50th post! Yeah!

Give a warm (and scared) welcome to SEKHMET, the lioness-goddess of death and destruction!

Been working on a comic for Egyptian mythology. Here's a recently finished page in which that happy, cheery, bloodthirsty, destructive, hateful goddess of death Sekhmet is introduced. So far, Re the Sun-God is happily ruling Egypt as a mortal when every one of his subjects calls him a dirtbag and rebels. Let's watch what happens!


Say Hello To Egyptian Mythology

"Hello to Egyptian Mythology. There. What'd I win?"

I'm ba-a-a-ack!

Finally! My first post after getting back from that hellhole (just kidding, it was actually pretty cool). Sadly they cancelled my drama class and I had to settle with an amateur art class and a do-nothing-all-day film class. Still, though, the view was amazing.
I did do these sketches based on ones by Ben Caldwell for his book based on the Odyssey in the All-Action Classics series.



Of course I added my personal Greek-god-sketching-touches...