Okay, it isn't that bad. But everyone else in the Midwest is losing their minds over the cold snap we've had the last week, with -50*F and such with windchill. I went skiing a few days ago with a hoodie and long underwear. Come on, people. It's not that bad.
Demon: WELL I HELPED. YOU HAD MY FUR.
Spence: I didn't say I didn't, did I?
I completed my first semester at UMD relatively well, so I am content. It felt more weird returning home than actually leaving the first time. I've posted most of the work I completed at college on here already, and continue to do so, including Demon pictures, JAX cosplay, photo-manipulations, traditional drawings, apartment modeling, etc.
As for Daishocon, I have also uploaded the best of it here on DA, as well as two videos with Deadpool and Demon: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2s4JI…
Demon: I STILL LOVE THE FACT I SCARED THAT WOMAN OFF THE STAGE.
Spence: I think the entire audience did too.
Instead of working on Deadpool, I am instead working on a Zer0 cosplay from Borderlands 2 to go with a group cosplay for Anime Detour in early April 2014. I am almost complete (save the helmet's visor and sword), and will post completed pictures when they occur. Our group as of this moment consists of a Zer0, Lilith, Axton, Tiny Tina, a Psycho, and a functioning life-size Claptrap unit (which I am almost complete with as well, save a paint job and proper motors).
Lastly, I am almost complete rewriting the entire story of my graphic novel, Blue Fang (all ~1200 pages), which is a lot of work for the fact being that I must make sure that not only must each case/chapter have their own plots and story arcs fulfilled, but the intertwining stories and characters and plots and foreshadowing and etc etc are completely covered before I begin. This way, each moment, each encounter, each panel will serve a purpose and every event will not be sporadic, but rather follow a logical path and rely and the characters skills, luck and each other to overcome it, rather than writing into a corner and suddenly a trump card or a coincidence to free them. That's just poor writing. That also means I have started drawing out each chase scene and mapping out the entire city of Haven so that from every building down to a trashcan is in its proper place.
Spence: No, passionate.
More to come soon.