After a lot of trial and error with analog and digital painting, I've finished my first comic short story called, The Eggs. Warning, it is for mature readers only! It will be part of an anthology series I am creating, The Adventures of Ishvan: and Other Strange Tales, based in a mythological ancient India. Now… Continue reading Comic Book Short Story – The Eggs
I've been neglecting my blog, but I'll try to do better, as in a few weeks I will be sharing this short story, The Eggs. It's based in a mythological India and I've hand painted it in gouache with adjustments and text to be done digitally. I haven't made a serial piece of art since… Continue reading Progress on Comic Short Story
Although this may be a controversial essay to post to my public blog, it is an important point I think people forget today. The word racist and racism is thrown around to mean anything, but they both have a very specific meaning and origin which should not be confused. Unfortunately, these words have lost their… Continue reading True Meaning of Racism and the Term Racist
It took much too long for me to get around to finishing this, but I finally did!
Every October I like to create some spooky black and white illustrations, inspired by artists like Edward Gorey and Aubrey Beardsley. However, this year I haven't really done much, but I'm hoping to turn that around starting with this one.
I've put it off for years, but I'm finally developing my own comic book series. It will follow this character, a benevolent Asura, based on Indian myths and folklore, and his adventures around India and the rest of Asia. Definitely for mature readers, as I intend to not censor much to truly show the brutality and… Continue reading Main Character For My Own Comic Series
I have been an educator and scholar for many years now, so to those with children or those who take care of them, take the time to teach them the things schools do not or cannot anymore; teachers are limited by time and policies. Things like: 1. Dinosaurs - Don't know about you, but I… Continue reading What You Should Teach Kids That They Don’t Teach Them in Schools