Brace yourself, as this post is likely going to ruffle a lot of tailfeathers…
I’ve done the math. My calendar is slated and every day penciled in, but there is literally no way I can possibly expect to complete Clara Ravens Episode 4: Colombina’s Illusion by Christmas, which was my sole intention. Even if I work every single day from now until it is finished, it would be impossible to complete, due in large part to the time required to render out the animated sex sequences (they take a few days to over a week per animation) and the sheer amount of renders that compose one page of the comic, using our DCV image overlay technology.
So this puts me in a bind. The holidays are fast approaching, and time off around the holidays is something I am looking forward to, especially because my girlfriend who has been living with me for over a year is wanting to meet my family. So we will travel back to my neck of the woods in Pennsylvania and see how that goes. It’s a big step.
I’m really not trying to bore you with personal stuff, but the reason I’m mentioning this is because I do want to get something out before the holiday (ideally something I can release mid-December) that will help me offset the cost of plane tickets and holiday expenses. You’ve probably noticed I’ve had a release in December for the last two years. This is simple planning for the holidays, and this year I want to do the same. But CR4 simply isn’t going to make it in time.
Hey guys, hope you’re enjoying your weekend! I just wanted to drop in really quick and let you know that I’ve been featured all week long at Affect3D, and the week-long feature culminated with an interview they posted today. This is an unprecedented third time being interviewed by their crew, and it was fun to elaborate more on things I spoke about in the past and to also answer some new questions.
So if you’re a newer fan and interested in learning how my journey into computer generated erotica started, or want to learn more about my process, feel free to check it out. Or, if you’re an old school fan and want to hear me sound like a broken record, you can check it out too.
Before you go though I’ll just let you know I didn’t submit any new artwork to them, so everything they posted you’ve likely seen before. I am a little irked, however, that I hand selected a sample of good images I feel are representative of my current caliber of work in visual fidelity, yet they went and grabbed some older stuff and posted it in the interview. Stuff that I personally feel isn’t of the quality standard I hold myself to nowadays. But hey, we all start somewhere, right?
Anyway, I gotta get back to watching my Penn State crush Purdue. Talk to you later!
Hey guys! I’m back from San Diego Comic Con with the nerdgams in my pants to prove it. We did our ritual urban camping to get into those juicy exclusives lines (Hasbro, Bandai, Funko, Lego, Mattel, et.al.), and Hall H for the Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, and 20 Years of South Park panels, attended not one but TWO live tapings of Conan O’Brien (and got those limited edition POP! figures that are currently selling for a fortune on eBay), and just had an overall incredible time. So that’s that. Now, on to business.
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In less than an hour, aircraft from here will join others from around the world. And you will be launching the largest aerial battle in this history of mankind.
Mankind — that word should have new meaning for all of us today. We can’t be consumed by our petty differences anymore. We will be united in our common interests.
Perhaps its fate that today is the 4th of July, and you will once again be fighting for our freedom, not from tyranny, oppression, or persecution — but from annihilation. We’re fighting for our right to live, to exist. And should we win the day, the 4th of July will no longer be known as an American holiday, but as the day when the world declared in one voice: We will not go quietly into the night! We will not vanish without a fight! We’re going to live on! We’re going to survive!