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Best!

Brett

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Spinosaurus

I'm currently finishing up issue #7 of Stormfront, things are finally moving forward. I should be done either today or tomorrow. I also just finished the 5th cover for the next Anita Blake series, but I can't post the images until they appear in Previews so it will be awhile until I can show you. So here's a new Spinosaurus from the dinosaur blog.

Best,

Brett

Friday, December 25, 2009

Monday, December 21, 2009

Fair and Balanced



See I'm fair and balanced... like Fox News. Edward Current and his one man War on Atheists. This one's about why Atheists are stupid, or at least not as smart as Christians.

Enjoy as I did! He almost had me convinced;)!

Brett

Saturday, December 19, 2009

LOL! Funny is Funny!

I happened across this on Yahoo. Before anyone gets all self-righteous this was erected by a church to get people to talk about the Christmas story. Full story here.

Brett

Suffer as I have suffered!



Since I first heard this song I've had it stuck in my head, seriously months ago I was walking around singing the damn thing. And of course since it's time for all the Christmas shows every time I see one of those old stop motion things either at the store or on a commercial it pops right back into my head. So now I pass on the suffering to all of you...Merry Christmas;) BWAHAHAHAH!

We're working on some holiday images, we'll post those soon:)

Best,

Brett

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Horrible Scans of Old Work

Some old commissions I was sent. The scans are horrible at least on the first one. Spidey verses his various foes.

And then Nightwing and Iceman. For some reason people keep wanting me to draw Nightwing. I'm not sure why. I've got a couple of more commissions to send out and then I'm done with them, But I want to know what the hell is up with the shipping? The costs are now outrageous! fedEx 3 day over $25.00? Shipping to Canada over $60.00 for a medium sized box that weighs less than a pound?!?! Oy.

Friday, December 11, 2009

A Bit of Christmas Doom




Death to the world! Cthulhu reigns.

The Great Old Ones Destroy

With wrath and doom, so cruel and foul,

Replete with obscene joy.

He rules the Earth with dreadful might,

And through our ghastly dreams

His twisting turning tentacles

Elicit from us maddened screams.

Cthulhu's time has come.






Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Militant Atheism, not what you think.



Found over at God is for Suckers.

I haven't really blogged about Atheism in a bit, I still can't get used to the external keyboard (yes we do have another new computer but it can't run our version of Pshop7 so until I get a new one we're stuck using this.) The man in the video, Pat Condell, is basically reading my mind. I want to be nice but the more I read and learn, the more religion, any religion, repulses me to my core. How it's still this popular I have no idea. I'm sick of hearing about the human 'Soul', there is none. It's just you're brain working get over it. If you had a soul then people with brain injuries would still be the same person after the injury, there would be no personality changes.

Just a bit of a reminder to show how 'Militant' we Atheists are.


I happened to see Julia Sweeney's Letting Go of God the other day, a little slow but quite good. I think every religious person should see it. She didn't start out like me, my distaste for religious dogma started when I was young, she was religious, very religious for most of her life. She even thought of being a nun. BUT through reason and critical thinking she came to the conclusion all of us Atheists have, there is no god. It's a bit scary at first, but once you really get there you see how this life is more precious, more important than some made up farcical city in the clouds.

On a lighter note, I happened to see Terminator Salvation last night. I quite liked it, my second favorite Terminator movie after the first one ( the first one being my number 2 movie of all time.)

On to comics, DabelBrothers has sold off/leased some of its titles to Dynamite for a bit. The Dresden stuff being one of them. Right now I'm in contract talks (which I can't stand) so things are a bit up in the air. Hopefully things will get worked out, but you never know. So now I'm, once again, not sure if I'll be drawing the Dresden Files:(

Best,

Brett


Saturday, December 5, 2009

We Don't Really Get Snow

Our elevation simply isn't high enough for snow. When it snows, it's usually slushy and doesn't stick. On the 30th we had just enough snow to turn the yard into mud. Yes, the dogs go out in it. They have a dog door and are allowed out whenever they want, and they love precipitation. Any kind will do. Heavy rains will drive them back into the house, after they've gotten soaked.

I think we've had more freezing nights so far this year than all last winter combined. Everything was frosted this morning, the dog water was frozen and I had to break a half inch of ice in the water tank.

Snow is nice to look at, but really, I'm glad it rarely gets any closer. I'm too well acclimated to the heat to like the cold.