I am always happy to answer any questions I can:)
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
Anyways, lots of buzz for this new Watchmen movie... I don't understand it myself, unlike the rest of the comic world I didn't like the comic. I basically just looked at the pictures for the last issue, it just wasn't/isn't what I like to read. I keep hearing how good it's going to be... ah, it hasn't come out yet. It might be bad like Transformers or Sin City (I didn't like the comic either. In fact I MUCH prefer his old DareDevil stuff to anything recent. I have nothing against these guys personally I just didn't like these projects. It happens. I preferred the first issue of CyberForce to Wildcats.) I'm all for comic books being made into movies, in fact I hope they all do well. Who knows they might eventually make a Backlash movie;)
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Mine... well they didn't match. In fact I got a 0%! I must be an evil, evil person;) take the test and see how you match up with the Bible.
On another note, I saw Religulous this weekend. Very funny, I quite enjoyed it. I learned a few things I didn't know. The Jesus story is just a modified version of the Horus story. It was mostly just funny, but if you do get it, watch the deleted scenes!
There is also a section on the Muslim religion, basically in a nutshell if you ask a Muslim about the religion they will say it's a religion of peace, but in reality it's a warrior religion. This does make a bit of sense for all the desert religions, as they are some of the first people who send death threats when others disagree with them or when they feel like their religion is being assulted. Doesn't sound very peacful to me;) Now if you'll admit that you've modified your religion to only include the good/peaceful parts then that's cool, but then you can't go and claim 'God Hates Fags' and other unpeacful crap. Please keep in mind they were written by goat hearders. Would you belive a goathearder over say, a scientist who's studied the Earths past or another smart person? I think not...
Friday, February 20, 2009
Brett will be doing a new four issue mini-series with author L. A. Banks, featuring her Vampire Huntress, Damali. This is a new, original story you can only get in the mini-series. Art by Brett and Andrew Dalhouse. The first issue will ship sometime this summer.
Monday, February 16, 2009
About this beastie, earlier this decade 2 skeletons were found together, a ceratopsian and a tyrannosaur. The ceretopsian seems to be laying on top of the meat eater. Teeth from said meat eater were found inside the skeleton for the ceretopsian. Is this another similar find to the famous fighting dinosaurs of mongolia? I drew a quick sketch of the tyrannosaur. The species has not been said but it wasn't very large, only 20 feet... Nanotyrannus?
My head has been killin gme all weekend so I haven't been able to stay online, read or work. It seems OK righ tnow but I'm off, I don't want to chance it!
Sunday, February 15, 2009
Saturday, February 14, 2009
I thought this first image was funny:)
I saw Animal Armageddon the other day, not bad. I only complained once but then they covered that so it was MUCH better than Morphed. I also saw Dollhouse last night. I wasn't really impressed but I'll give it a few episodes, I'm a big Firefly fan along with Buffy and Angel so I'm hoping this show will pick up!
Oh and for a few of the locals, Happy Balentimes Day!
Thursday, February 12, 2009
I can't remember what this guy is called, but it's a recent find of a giant (23 feet) 'raptor' from South America. Note the tiny arms and long head.
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Monday, February 9, 2009
I watched Morphed last night on NatGeo. It was so bad an in-accurate and misleading I couldn't watch them all. I'll do a post about it later with some art.
Sunday, February 8, 2009
Saturday, February 7, 2009
Friday, February 6, 2009
It's actually a parody site, but it's funny! Here are a few examples:
"Velociraptors: Today terrorize the goat herders of Puerto Rico and are rumored to guard the remains of the Ark on Mt. Ararat. They have become vicious since the Fall as the result of the effects of genetic entropy, making them too dangerous for the sort of interactive public experience we have in mind."
"Equipment & Supplies
Besides supplies that are common to all animal capture expeditions, we have determined that we need the following special equipment:
- Metallic pterosaur effigies based on Biblical designs (for herding into traps.)
- Frankincense smoker (to disorientate the animals for capture.)
- Nets, including large butterfly-style nets for use on smaller rhamphorhynchi.
- Calming hoods (designed based on Deluge-era pterosaur skull remains.)
- Reinforced bird cages.
- Climate controlled egg transport containers.
Technical note: the Project Pterosaur logo should be placed prominently on all equipment where possible so as to promote the project name and associated educational and witnessing programs with the dissemination of expedition images. We will be consulting with logo placement experts from NASCAR for technical assistance."
That made my day!
Art sent me a link to this new giant extinct snake!
I thought it would be cool to pass along, knowledge is power! Thanks Art!
Wednesday, February 4, 2009
It's called Morhped, Check it out!
In honor of the show here are a few Tyrannosaurs:)
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
It's got a nifty painted cover and a new short story by Chuck and Dean Koontz!
There's also a fun little animated thingy on Dean Koontz's site.
Monday, February 2, 2009
This was drawn in 2007 for a proposal that never got approved. I chose a scene from book 6 since no movie had been done yet. Jess and I are big Potter fans and have read all the books repeatedly.