Monday, May 31, 2021

Check out mister businessman, oh-oh-oh...

 

Cover for WILD Dream Dive Training Simulation - art by Qistina Khalidah

Been a while, but I've been busy. Sorry! And with the day-job (the NEW day-job) involving a lot of computer work, I've been trying to avoid using it when the working day is done. After all, there's only so much staring at the screen you can do without going a little bananas. 


However, I have been spending the weekends finishing off the WILD Dream Dive Training Simulation that was Kickstarted last year. Hopefully it should be heading to print sometime in the next week (fingers crossed), barring any changes or horrible mistakes I've made. If you're keen but missed the Kickstarter, click that link in this paragraph and it'll take you to the WILD website, which will let you place an order.


So what next? Outside of the day-job, I guess it's building up to another #RPGaDAY in August. Just need to decide on the prompts and the style of the graphic for this year! I still can't believe it's been going for so long.


Otherwise, I'm going to take it a bit easier. I'm still keen to write that autobiography, though maybe draw it so I can keep away from the computer in the evenings, but my art is lacking to say the least. It's been a long time since I drew comics. I need to get over myself and just go for it - be expressive and wacky, and stop worrying about making people look like who they're supposed to be.


In the dim and distant future there's always plans for WILD Book 2 - Even Deeper, looking in more depth at the Collective Unconscious. We'll see how Book 1 goes down! I still worry everyone will hate it.


Anyway, that's it. Stay safe everyone. It's still dangerous out there.

1 comment:

Ryan @aqualithmedia said...

I was just coming here to check and see if you and Runeslinger had posted anything regarding RPGaDay yet. Good to reasonably assume it's still happening. Will build it into my posting schedule then :)

Also, your chronological MCU watching reminded me to check back and finish AoS. Solid effort with tying up loose ends (for more than one series, in fact). The creative use of the changing title card reminded me of Fringe's use of the same trope.