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  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: Fireworks
  • Reading: Jeff Smith - BONE
  • Watching: Fireworks
  • Playing: with Fireworks
  • Eating: Barbequed Chicken
  • Drinking: Lots of water
A Happy New Year to all my watchers, fans (especially the crazy ones), and friends.

Have a great 2009!

(Goes off to hibernate)

  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: The Fray - Look After You
  • Reading: Blankets - Craig Thompson
  • Watching: The sky
  • Playing: with my Jingle Bells
  • Eating: Christmas pies
  • Drinking: Lots of water
I wanna wish you boys and girls, (psychotic fan girls), from professionals, amatures, and inspired young and (old) artists and deviants, watchers etc, a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

My apologies for the late replies, a response from your notes, comments, and messages; words of encouragements, praises, critiques and thoughts. Sometimes, its not easy to reply to all of em and I'm truly grateful for all of them. Thank you for putting up with that and for understanding.

Many of you thanked me for inspired you with my works and I hope they will continue to do so for you young artists out there. If you are serious and passionate about becoming a good artist and to stand out to prove yourself and to the rest of the world, then seize the moment and don't do it by stealing and editing other people's artworks and claim it's yours. We (all the artists) worked so hard to achieve that so why don't you? Everyone's gotta start somewhere.

  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: Remembering Sunday - ATL
  • Reading: BONE - Out from Boneville
  • Watching: House: Season Three
  • Playing: with my mind
  • Eating: Doughnuts
  • Drinking: Lots of water
Been neglecting my blog for sometime now. So I had it updated with some doodles and sketches that is rarely seen in my DA gallery. I prefer it to be kept separated that way.

Just click the link under my profile to check it out. ;)

What's new? I'm cleaning up my comics at work and at home. Doing some doodlings and story drafts to keep me thinking. Trying my best to reply all comments and responses from you guys and girls in DA so I don't look like a ignorant jerk. haha

Till then, enjoy the coming end of November.

  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: One More Soul To The Call - Silent Hill:Homecoming
  • Reading: BONE - Out from Boneville
  • Watching: House: Season Three
  • Playing: with my mind
  • Eating: Doughnuts
  • Drinking: Lots of water
Its already November. Wow...
Anyway, commissions are still up. So if you want some of your favourite artworks done by me, just leave a note.

If you want some art commissions or cool t-shirts designs then go find my good buddy Jason - :iconescar:

Been watching cutscenes from the latest Silent Hill: Homecoming game that is currently out in the PS3 and X-Box 360. It does look gruesome at some points and the storyline is quite refreshing though they are heavily influenced by the Christopher Gans visuals from the film. I did some homework and I though I'd give the game a chance.

Though its not from Team Silent but the people from Double Helix did an impressive job for the game. The funny thing is... why is there a chilli-shaped health meter in the screen.

Akira Yamaoka as always, did a bloody hell of a good job on the soundtrack and the vocals by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (from Silent Hill 3, 4 and Origins) is the most recognizable voice of the Silent Hill universe.

Other news, Alexander Spectre - my neglected webcomic has an update at last. Yay...
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The latest strip is based from the song written and performed by Thrice. It is found in their album the Alchemy Index - Vol. III and IV.

Recently I've been having doodling sessions, or doodling wars with :iconneo-wolf06:

Chatting with :iconashleigh-london: who is my regular client for commissions on her OC of the Divinus Series she has written. A bubbly fan girl of her own and a good friend.

Laughing my ass off at :iconeddsworld: with his funny flash animations.

Wondering how is :iconcolt-kun: doing in Disneyland

Till then, I'll dream of Pyramid Heads and Robbies tonight.
  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: Tsukiko Amano - Zero no Chouritsu
  • Reading: FLIGHT vol. 5
  • Watching: Surf's Up
  • Playing: UNO
  • Eating: Bread with jam
  • Drinking: Lots of water

Its the month of October and Halloween is just around the corner.Its time for spooky artworks to add to your collection! If you have any commission requests for your faved horror/and villainous characters; be it Sweeney Todd, or the psychotic Joker or even Pyramid Head, zombehs and even Sadako! - just leave a note. ;)

For some concerns about the commissions:
I accept any kind of requests except for the ones stated below in my personal preferences.

- All Prices are in US dollar.
- Below are just rough estimated prices, prices might differs depending on details, time and difficulty.

Digital Brush Inking with monotone colours and simple background - $20:
- single character, full body/half body (your choice)

sample: :thumb88156407:,:thumb88149767:

- additional characters +$10 each

Digital Painting - $30 to $50 (depending on the details, time and difficulty)

- Additional character +$20 to $30

- add-on background + $20 to $30

sample: :thumb73265078:,:thumb76339382:,:thumb84238196:

- Prefer Paypal.
- Payment must be made upfront.
- I will update you with the progress of the work once I received the full payment.

Notes - UPDATED:
- Yes, I do fan arts as well and redraw any artwork with your OC inside.
- I don't draw yaoi, yuri, hentai, mechas, furry, design a character or pixel art.
- I reserved the right to decline any commission.
- I reserved the right to post the commission work in the web. Credits will be given.

To commission me, send me a note or email me at

for emails please labled it as DA Commission or else I'll think its spam mails.

Thank you - v -
  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: Tsukiko Amano - Zero no Chouritsu
  • Reading: FLIGHT vol. 5
  • Watching: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
  • Playing: UNO
  • Eating: Bread with jam
  • Drinking: Lots of water
I'm itched to get my hands on the new fatal frame game for the Wii console. Being a fan of the game series, I was excited (and mad) at the same time (mad) because its on Wii and not on ps2. Oh well.

Suddenly I'm into my love for camera obscuras (I have one for my birthday two years back in college - awesomeness to the max), tsukiko amano, and buying strange masks that closely resembles the japanese Noh theater types. Downloaded soundtracks from the first to the third installment, (getting the second one from Edward, and eagerly waiting for the fourth installment's soundtracks)

Well, that all for my fan-boyish ranting on fatal frame.

Currently working on a client-based commissioned graphic novel (very Mike Mignola-ish tone), and my Dreamwalker Chronicles anthology collection of short stories for 2009. Though I will be releasing the remake version of the first in the official site for this winter, 2008.

If all goes well this year, I hope to get my graphic novels rolled out on shelf soon. Coloring's a biatch but without it, its boring in black and white.

  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: The Spill Canvas - Lullaby
  • Reading: Hellboy - Darkness Calls
  • Watching: Venture Bros
  • Playing: something weird
  • Eating: Your heart out
  • Drinking: Lots of water
Checking on the messages from fellow Deviants and watchers, surfing through countless galleries and some by accidents, I find plagiarized works of mine being altered and severely claimed by these 'artists' as their work and that made me very disappointed.

If people's artworks are made to inspire to draw and to learn from an artists' way of mastering a skill or technique, then why is it also motivates some to steal others work. It makes me feel ashamed to even put up that artwork - 'Anyone Can Draw'…
divByo's comment back then says:"indeed anyone can draw, but not everyone can be good at it!" If that is so, practice! What are you lying thieves are doing out there is just glorifying yourselves with the works of other people's just to get praises.

If you all have the bloody cheeks to take these copyrighted works of art and tweaked a little in your damn painter, or adobe photoshop tools, why can't put a damn lot of effort to come out your own artwork to proof yourself that you can draw.

Nobody is good at the first time, I see many of the watchers here, all have started where I was back then; distorted human figures, faces off model and coloring is sucky and no sense of lighting and what not but what made them personally respected is their motivation to perfection. They still suck and so do I but that is what made you guys and girls to join DeviantART right? To share ideas, to learn, to be masters yourselves and pass on the knowledge to others. But all I see here are CON-ARTISTS AND ARTISTS WANNABES. Grow up and draw your own work and get bombed by harsh or constructive critics and replies just like the rest of us!

What drives me to be good at what I do is what these deviants and watchers said to me, again I have to emphasise is inspiration, motivation and constant practice to master a skill that is to be built for a life-time.

I will probably hear responses like if your work is stolen, it means ya  ya famous like Da Vinci's Mona Lisa. I say screw you. Ha ha

  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: Connect the Dots - The Spill Canvas
  • Reading: Hellboy - Darkness Calls
  • Watching: Venture Bros
  • Playing: something weird
  • Eating: Your heart out
  • Drinking: Lots of water
Hey guys and girls,
       FYI, Alexander Spectre's current short story - 'The Working Dead' has been updated after a two months hiatus. More darker adventures of the mysterious immortal detective and his sidekick hamster familiar Wilson, will be coming up soon on the official webcomic site.

Click this link below to read the comic for you new readers who love mystery and horror tales.

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  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: Connect the Dots - The Spill Canvas
  • Reading: My Mind
  • Watching: Venture Bros
  • Playing: something weird
  • Eating: Your heart out
  • Drinking: Gatorade
Coming up with ideas for this animation project I'm working on is a tiring job. Its not a bad thing but I sure get mentally and physically weak after a whole day's work of staring at the computer screen and trying to draw out a concept or typing out a dialogs that works or not and trying to make a story that is already dark, to be funny.

Anyway, I'm just expressing my tiredness over here and I really need a good workout... a vacation, mmmm I like to just spend a week off sleeping. Hibernating. Yup.

I'm ashamed to find some 'artists' have to steal others work and claimed it theirs. I don't see how this can be called inspiration to them when it just inspires them to violate the copyright code.
I'm not pissed, but I'm disappointed over these unwanted actions.
  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: Molossus - Batman Begins
  • Reading: The Art Of Hellboy II
  • Watching: Gotham Knight
  • Playing: with a Joker card
  • Eating: Your heart out
  • Drinking: Gatorade
What can I say? My summer with the movies were a blast!
Just finished watching The Dark Knight and I fucking love
Heath Ledger's performance as the psychotic Joker. Be very disturbed by his eerie and mesmerizing portrayal of one of Batman's most celebrated criminals in Gotham City could ever offer. Try not to spoil all the fun for you guys and girls out there but I can promise you all that you'll be walking out from your cinemas with the mind of a Joker... or maybe Two-Face or the Batman.

SO what else i can say is that it feels like a horror-psychological thriller with a squeeze of all the dark film noir stories out there. My friends and I agreed that its one of the best Batman or superhero movies ever and hope they just end it there.

But you know, Hollywood will spin another round of films due to their "trilogy" idealist. Sadly to say, there will be more but the question is will Christopher Nolan is up to the challenge to bring
back the Dark Knight to Gotham once more?

In memory of Heath Ledger.
  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: AKFG - Mugen Glider
  • Reading: The monk who sold his ferrari
  • Watching: Robot Chicken - season 3
  • Playing: with my toes
  • Eating: everyones lunch
  • Drinking: green tea
Just dunno what to update in my journal about. Work as usual and only have a small pocket of time just nice for my own stuff but usually I get tired quickly after a whole day's work in cracking my brain think of what color to use in the backgrounds for this animation series I'm currently working on.

Anyways, its been a good progress and I slowly appreciate the importance of having a team of backgrounders and colorists to save my ass from overwork. >3>"

Till then, gonna brace myself for Hellboy II and The Dark Knight.

  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: AKFG - Rewrite
  • Reading: The monk who sold his ferrari
  • Watching: Batman Begins
  • Playing: with my toes
  • Eating: everyones lunch
  • Drinking: green tea
1. Are you ready for 50 questions?
Ugh... not really. Feels like I'm doin some test.

2. Which state/country do you live in?
A banana shaped peninsular island/continent known as Malaysia where some foreigners and tourists still thinks we're living in tree tops and have jungle orgies . Currently living in Selangor where Kuala Lumpur is the main city there.

3. What is your favourite thing you got for Christmas?
If you're talking bout last year, its a big electric keyboard from my parents.

4. What was the last thing you did in 2007?
Thinking of quitting my job which I didn't.

5. How tall are you?
The average height of a normal guy.

6. Are you new on dA? How long have you been a member?
Since 2004? I think.

7. Are you male or female?

8. Which program do you use to chat?
Windows Live MSN.... or whatever you called it.

9. What was the first thing you did this morning?
Answer this questionnaire?

10. Do you own a website or forum?
I have a blogsite and some webcomic sites.

11. Is the computer you're using your own computer?
Yep, pretty much mine. Thanks to my dad.

12. What is your favourite type of food?
I like noodles. Wanton Noodles are my personal fav.

13. How many brothers and sisters do you have?
I'm the eldest, I have two younger brothers and one little sister.

14. Do you have an account on myspace?
Not interested.

15. What is your favorite video game or anime character?

16. What is your favorite color?
Used to be blue but now I don't know. Maybe white, since I kept wearing white these days.

17. Everyone loves candy, right?
Sure, but not always.

18. Have you ever gotten a gift art from a friend or someone?
Yup, but mostly from DA watchers and the regulars. (hi guys and girls! )*waves both hands.

19. Do you have the Wii?
I'm planning one....

21. If you could have one wish, what would it be?
I'd wish I'll die in my sleep when I'm a grandpa after raise a family and left behind a legacy of my years of published comic books and artworks. :P

22. How long do you sleep?
I wish I was a bear. I really want to hibernate.

23. What is your favorite part of day?
Towards the end of the day, which is called the blue hour. That's my favorite part.

24. What kind of creature/person is your character?
I was unofficially registered by my friend Jules, as a bat
for some reason. But unfortunately, I'm a tubby. Not the happy counterparts but a black emo and hates the other colorful homos. LOL

25. What is the first letter of your name?

26. Do you cuss/swear/curse?
Oh yeah, only when someone pisses me off.

27. Are you happy, excited, angry, or sad at the moment?
In a state of blurness.

28. What is your favorite video game?
Lately, none. But to think of it, its Fatal Frame. Nuff said.

29. Do you think Nintendo is an amazing company?
With the Wii and stuff? Of course!

30. What is your favorite video game company?
Square Enix, Konami and Sony.

31. Do you like doing quizzes?

32. Do you have a lot of good friends?
Just the ones I grow up along in college and now in my current job place.

33. What color eyes do you have?
Brown with a tinge of black.

34. What is your favorite Pokémon?
Pikachu... what?

35. Have you ever seen a house on fire?
You see one, you've seen it all.

36. What is your favorite book?
Mythic Beings

37. Have you ever read a 100 paged book?
Please, I've read more than that.

38. Are you a Christian?
Certified by the big dude up there.

39. Who do you like better: Mario or Sonic the hedgehog?

40. Do you like to do smilies?

41. Do you like to be funny?
I tried. But comedy isn't part of me.

42. What time is it right now in your time zone?
10.30 a.m.

43. Do you like to draw with a pencil or computer mouse/tablet?
as long I can create artworks, I use em both.

44. What kind of desktop do you use?
For the time being, its some water with bubbles on it.

45. Have you ever beaten a video game?
With my Camera Obscura, yeah!

46. Do you have an action replay for some system/game?

47. What is your favourite holiday?
Um, christmas?

48. What is your favourite letter?
I prefer envelopes....Fine... its A.

49. What is your favourite number?
13 coz its funny to see people get freaked out on this number.

50. Now tag 3 of your friends!

anyone who feels like doing it. But, ah what the heck....
  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: AKFG - Rewrite
  • Reading: The monk who sold his ferrari
  • Watching: Avatar: the last airbender season 3
  • Playing: with my toes
  • Eating: everyones lunch
  • Drinking: green tea
Can't wait for Hellboy II: The Golden Army to hit the big screen in my homeland.
Del Toro, I'm counting on you to cheer me up with your movie.

Next on the list is 'The Dark Knight' but of course, I better watch 'Batman Begins' before the sequel comes out. I want to see the late Heath Ledger's performance as 'Joker' so badly.

Am I suppose to be excited for The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor? Uh, no...
coz I love the first two ones and I had very low expectations on the third and what's with the all powerful Jet Li could control the five elements. Its getting too cliche with the elements this and elements that... sigh. Just because we're chinese doesn't mean we're all 'Fung Shui' on that element concept.

Well that has been overused in 'Avatar: the Last Airbender' and its time to put a stop to it there until something else creative could re-invent the elements theme besides using the term 'bending'. Ha ha

What about horror? Well...obviously 'The Happening' is on my list for a potentially good doomsday summer movie but other than that, things are going slow with horror.

Well, that's all for now for this summer plans to the movies. Most of the time, I just get some downloaded movies that I've missed from my friends and watch them at home and in the office.

Sigh, Daryl signing out.
  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: Katamari Stars - Katamari Damacy OST
  • Reading: A Book of Prayer
  • Watching: Tekkonkinkreet
  • Playing: with a koala bear
  • Eating: everyones lunch
  • Drinking: green tea
So April is coming to an end soon. Thanks guys and girls for wishing me a Happy Birthday last Tuesday.
What's in store for next month... hmm dunno.

I just pitched my idea for an animation series and probably working on that. Modelsheets of my characters are halfway through production and concept. I still need a super cool bad-assed villain to make my main characters so weak against him.  Other than that, it feels like I'm back in college doing my own final year assignment.

Maybe... start a commision thingy? Dunno. With the work I have now and coming soon, I'm not so sure about that... well I do have a PayPal account for the occasion if that ever arise somehow.

Doin freelance is out of the question for now either.

More web-comics? Publishing? Ugh... so many things I wanna do while the passion is burning strong but
so little time or just dunno which path should I take to begin with.

Slowly one at a time... as for now... and with God's help, I hope something might come up nicely by the end of this year.

  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: Katamari Stars - Katamari Damacy OST
  • Reading: A Book of Prayer
  • Watching: Futurama seasons 4 and 5
  • Playing: with a koala bear
  • Eating: everyones lunch
  • Drinking: green tea
Actually April 15 is over for me. I'm now officially 22 this year.  After a full day play-along game of ignoring my own birthday with my friends who pretend not to acknowledge the fact it is my birthday, it finally comes to an end with an awesome bag with rather confusing pin-on button badges that represents themselves.

I didn't expect them to get me a bag as a gift. I guess they got pretty sick and tired seeing me carrying that crappy BORDERS plastic bag to work. (Heck, I carried it so I look like I'm an unmuggable person in the streets - honest!)

Actually, I thanked them for keeping it low and not all that surprise crap like they did for everyone in the office which is so damn -"God, everytime its that same routine on and on and on" kinda thing for every frickin birthday there. So yeah, keepin' it low is cool although its a little worriedly lonely and makes you feel alienated. Sigh, I'll tell you, it ain't pretty - especially for rather gloomy, emo type of people that always shows a face that make your friends think "oh shit, what did I do this time?"

Had a nice time with my parents tonight, cut another cake at my grandma's, watch Terminator - The Sarah Connor Chronicles on AXN, and Miami Ink (damn I really want a tattoo after watching it) afterwards before being send straight back to my apartment so I could go to work tomorrow.

Oh and a silent Happy Anniversary to the Titanic Disaster and to the 1500 souls that were lost at sea. I always do that on my birthday.
  • Mood: Daily Needs
  • Listening to: Not Tomorrow 3 - Silent Hill Origins OST
  • Reading: ghost stories
  • Watching: Robot Chicken
  • Playing: with a vodoun doll
  • Eating: everyone in sight
  • Drinking: cocktails
For some of you might known that I was taking a short break from doing Alexander Spectre comics for last weekend. Instead, I was producing pages for the more children-themed (and rather ages to 12 and above safe), comic - 'Noctura'.

Check it out! Here's the link fellow readers:

Basically its a childhood fantasy story that I wanted to do even before Dreamwalker Chronicles or Alexander Spectre. Something to remind myself of that inner-child or that boy who doesn't want to
grow up yet.

Like Dreamwalker Chronicles which is based on my journey to adulthood and choosing the paths in my life, Alexander Spectre, reflects my inner demons and my fears. But Noctura is that adventurous part of me that can only daydream alot of having awesome adventures and fight crazy monsters and weird stuff.  It is much more cheerful than the other two which is dark and quite atmospherically emo at times.

Yeah, I'm quite the emo person.  But I'm not that bad. At least I still can make people laugh. Sort of.

Anyway, thanks for the messages, the faves, for watching my gallery and leaving your questions and comments here. Really appreciate it, seriously and honestly. Sorry (a million times) for not responding to any of your questions or comments or notes in time or if I missed them. With my current job as a production designer and concept artist, my brain is getting overheated and probably fried like a WINDOWS XP motherboard soon. So I hardly have the strength to draw good stuff nor the mood to response to any comments.

My left hand hurts a little for drawing too much, lol thanks to the sudden creative surge of determination to draw MORE COMICS last month (its already april). So I'm taking things slow and
try not to overworked myself coz I don't wanna end up fuckin dead in bed for being overworked at the age of 22! WTF.  Like that guy who worked at Pixar who passed away at the tender age of 27 due to heart problems. Sigh.  We're dying younger and younger these days.

So stay healthy, sleep alot and have a balanced diet. Don't eat too much INSTANT NOODLES! or junk food and all kinds of shit tha gives us the diseases.

You got dust? No? Dust? No? Dust, anyone? No?

  • Mood: Homesick
  • Listening to: Not Tomorrow 3 - Silent Hill Origins OST
  • Reading: ghost stories
  • Watching: Hellboy - animated
  • Playing: with a vodoun doll
  • Eating: everyone in sight
  • Drinking: cocktails
Alexander Spectre: Paranormal Investigator since 1801 has already released the first short story entitled: The Iron Coffin.

I decided to tackle the horor genre after giving much thought on the matter when my friend George brought up the subject that why don't I just do an adult horror comic instead of doing children-themed stories. So I did.

It was fun.  And now, I am drafting out the doomed detective's next case which will be somewhat be an interesting take on the legend of the most famous haunted house in London; The room at 50 Berkeley Square.

After that one, another story that is also in draft is the infamous demon barber of Fleet Street. Got ya attention that part eh? Well, you'll have to wait to find out.

  • Mood: Homesick
  • Listening to: Avril Lavinge - I Don't give a Damn
  • Reading: All the blogs I've missed
  • Watching: Hellboy - animated
  • Playing: my Mp3 player
  • Eating: everyone in sight
  • Drinking: orange juice
I've just finished my work on the web-comic site for 'Alexander Spectre - Paranormal Investigator since 1801'. and I love the template modified by Enkida and I re-modified it again. After plotted down the draft of the story, I finally got myself a nice horror comic in my hands.

The same template was also remodified for the 'Noctura' site and that too has a very small update. Both comics are in development stage so, no comics till everything is in place.

My focus is more to the remake of 'The Dreamwalker Chronicles' first story and also on my Australian adventurers in 'Yuka'

As for my current job in production, i kept my fingers crossed for some good news from my boss. But of course, I gotta prepare myself for the neverending bad news that yet to follow from behind. sigh.
  • Mood: Homesick
  • Listening to: the silence
  • Reading: Hellboy - Conqueror Worm
  • Watching: Futurama
  • Playing: with my bunny doll
  • Eating: whatever is on the menu
  • Drinking: 100 plus
I got tagged by a skeleton-boy....


1. Post these rules!
2. each person tagged must write 8 random facts about themselves...
3. and post them in their journal!
4. Each person who is tagged must tag, in turn, 8 more people.
5. They should be notified via comment and mentioned in the journal.


1. Besides drawing, I spend my time playing the piano. I don't read notes, I just play by ear.

2. I have a deep sunken rib-cage so I looked like I got punched real hard by something.

3. Born on 15th of April - a significant date that marked the birth of Leo Da Vinci, the sinking of Titanic, the assasination of Abe. Lincoln, and some other boring ones I don't quite remember.

4. Having trouble remembering where I put my glasses most of the time and always intended to place it in random places.

5. Experienced numerous paranormal activities. The memorable 'hide and seek shadow boy is the most terrifying of all the encounters.

6. The eldest of my siblings.

7. Used to collect movie soundtracks as a hobby. A rather expensive hobby.

8. I'm afraid of heights, and small spaces.



the people I tagged are just random coz I can't remember the other deviant user names in my list.
  • Mood: Homesick
  • Listening to: Yellowcard - How I go
  • Reading: Hellboy - Wake the Devil
  • Watching: Futurama
  • Playing: with my bunny doll
  • Eating: whatever is on the menu
  • Drinking: 100 plus
With my first webcomic ended, I'm figuring which of the two planned comic ideas I should start.
Meanwhile, pre-production work in my company is getting better and at least its going somewhere
now. Hopefully it doesn't eat up my own personal time for my own things.

I'm in a limbo of daydreams and keep imagining cute characters and my weird array of characters eating each other like a twisted Pac-Man game. Bit by bit, I come out with odd parodical ideas for Sweeney Todd again... (once a fan of Tim Burton or anything morbid, its sure hard to shrug it off)

Now I am thinking how to get my hands on a nice authentic straight razor from the movie. Sigh.

Other than that, my days are packed.