Hulk Review / Return To Savannah

Hulk Review
Hey folks D here given you the latest...I just saw Hulk tonight and I give it a thumbs up! I really enjoyed it. I felt myself clenching during The Hulk's tense bursts of strength and totally got pissed when people tried to screw with him. This movie had absolutely everything that the previous Hulk entry didn't. I should mention that I didn't enjoy the previous installment. This one rocked, The Hulk was rough and tough but just vulnerable enough for you to stay in the story. My only real qualms were with The Abomination who seemed just a little rushed in terms of fleshing his character out. Bottom Line: -A

On the flip side I'm also getting ready and packed to go back to Savannah to kick some butt on my final class (Senior Project). I'm looking forward to getting back to some good old work. Classes start on Monday and you can be sure I'll give you the latest as I finish up and get ready to send some artwork out at the end of the quarter. Stay tuned!

New York, New York

This week has been an absolute blur! I started out heading down to NYC to visit Zee on Wednesday. While there we had a great time going on Circle Line and checking out the city, we rounded things up by going to The Met. We got to see some really great art including an exhibition on superhero costumes and their influence on the fashion industry. There was some really neat stuff to see in the exhibition including Cristian Bale's latest Batman costume, as well as Downey Jr.'s Iron man costume (Mark II). It was definitely something neat to see. After that we spent time looking throughout the museum at all kinds of art from all over the world. It was an awesome time indeed.
So now for part two: I traveled back to Ithaca leaving my lovely lady in NYC and got up the following morning to work at a concert with Blues Traveler. It was a great show, the crowd was really into it and the rain held off all day.
And to round it all out part III! I traveled back to NYC once again for the second time only a day after being there to pick up a fellow worker, see some family, and have a quick dinner with Zee one more time before she headed back to Atlanta today. It was a crazy week to say the least! I was all over the state but it was a fun time. I think one of the best things you can do as an artist is travel. You need to see a lot of different places and things. The more unique experiences you have the more your work will come to life. So get out there! And that's no excuse if you don't have a car, you might have a bike, or if not, two legs that can carry you anywhere. And for the record you don't have to go very far to find adventure, some of the most inspiring adventures I've had were right in my own backyard, so stop reading this and go outside!

In Training

Hello all just a quick update today. I figured I would let people know what I've been up to so far on my break... Firstly I've been drawing and lot and working on all kinds of stuff really, I've been particularly concentrating on foreshoretening and anatomy. One of the other things I'm going to work on is thumbnailing a few issues over the break to get some good storytelling practice in as well.
Other than that I've been taking time out to chill here and there, I went to see Kung Fu Panda the other night and really enjoyed it. The story was fairly simple and straight forward but being a big fan of martial arts action I really dug it. I suggest you check it out if you're into that sort of thing at all.
I hope everybody is enjoying the beginning of their summer's. Just so you know I should be posting some new images up in the next couple of days, then I'll be out for a little while while I'm down in NYC. That's it for now folks stayed tuned and look out for those new images!


You graduated! Now get a job!!!

Hey folks I'm coming to you from good old Ithaca NY. I'm only up here for a couple of weeks and then its back to the grind for my final class ever. That said I did graduate...well technically anyways. I won't get my diploma until I finish my last class but I did walk across the stage. The ceremony itself was a little lackluster but no worries, now I'm on to bigger things, like getting a freakin job! Over the summer I'll be working my butt off in Senior Portfolio. I'll be working hard to prepare an awesome package to send out to editors that I've met at my time at SCAD with the intention of picking up a job. Overall my goal is to have a job working in comics within the next six months or less. Of course that all depends on a lot of hard work and just a little good luck. In the meantime I'm chillin here at home and practicing my drawing chops getting ready to kick some butt. I'll post again when there's more to report!