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So I found this really cool site that does prints on demand, handles shipping and all that jazz. I've put some stuff that I did for Privateer Press up. If you want some images of your favorite Warcasters and Warlocks, keep an eye on my Society 6 page:

society6.com/ChrisWalton

I'll try and add some other stuff real soon. Hope you all dig. Let me know your feedback if you choose to buy. Thanks!
  • Listening to: My fat cat snoring
  • Reading: Embassy Town
  • Watching: Prometheus again when I can
  • Playing: Fast and loose with the rules
  • Eating: TACOS!
  • Drinking: More Cider than I expected...
This is becoming a re-occuring theme, isn't it? Gah. Its been way too long since I updated. I'm going to try and make a point of reconnecting with the community in the coming months.

My biggest news is that I have a brand spankin' new job that I'm super jazzed about. Its with a mobile gaming company called Z2Live. z2live.com/ They produce some fun and exciting app games for the iPhone and iPad and they brought me aboard as an Art Lead to help work on existing properties and maybe develop some based on my own mad, mad ramblings. We'll see. I am really happy to be drawing full time again - being an art director was something I was pretty good at, but the only time I really got to draw was when we were up against a wall. Its great to be back scribbling again.

Anywho... talk soon. Hope to keep some stuff flowing for you all to check out! Later, taters!
  • Listening to: My fat cat snoring
  • Reading: Embassy Town
  • Watching: Prometheus again when I can
  • Playing: Fast and loose with the rules
  • Eating: TACOS!
  • Drinking: More Cider than I expected...
and I hate riding bikes. I am so out of shape.

But its kinda true. Less than a year ago I left a full time position as a Concept Artist to venture out into the world of videya game concepting. I learned its a completely different beast. Had some fun. Relaxed a little. Had some stress. Had some disappointments. In that time, I came to realize just how much I missed working with the Iron Kingdoms IP. And a lot of the people there. Good folks.

As fate would have it, Privateer's Illustration and Concept Art Director (and all around nice guy) Kris Aubin had decided to move home to Canada (explains why he is nice) and they were looking for someone to fill the position. After some careful thought, I threw my hat into the ring and got offered the job. It was great to get the job, but I will miss Kris. He's leaving some big shoes to fill. I wish him the best of luck.

So here I am, back full time with Privateer Press. Ready to learn a new skill set as an Art Director and see what my own knowledge can bring to it. It feels good to be back.
  • Listening to: Some Spanish flick... I dunno
  • Reading: The Battle
  • Watching: Sons of Anarachy
  • Playing: Warmachine
  • Eating: Serious Pie
  • Drinking: Iced tea
It's been a while since I have updated anything on this page. I will try to remedy that in the next couple of days by dropping off some goodies.

In the meantime, its that time of year again over at Tabletop Gaming News. www.tabletopgamingnews.com/201…

Privateer Press has a bunch of nominations in the Best Fantasy Miniature category and more than a few of them were doodled by yours truly. There is some fantastic competition in all the categories. So, if you get the itch; wander over, create an account and vote for the models that you think were the coolest this year. Vote you conscience - everybody deserves a fair shake.

Till next time!
  • Listening to: Shaunessy baking
  • Reading: The Kraken
  • Watching: Dead Like Me
  • Playing: Cadwallon:City of Thieves
  • Eating: LASAGNA!
  • Drinking: Iced tea
Howdy all! So, I have been attempting to formulate a plan on the best way for me to sell prints and the current scheme I have come up with is to sell them as themed groups. For the initial run on this idea, am going to be offering two packages: Dwarfs and Retribution.

The Dwarf package will be $125 and include the following images:
Madhammer by cwalton73  Basher Blaster by cwalton73
Corps Commander by cwalton73  Horgenhold Artillery Corps by cwalton73

The Retribution package will be $125 and include the following images:
Myrmidon - Manticore by cwalton73  Coup de Grace by cwalton73
Nyal - Soulless Assassin by cwalton73  Arcanist - Retribution Solo by cwalton73

Each full color image is printed on 13"x19" matte photo paper. The image itself measures 11"x14" with the title and artist(me) in grey script below.

If you are interested, email me an order at chriswaltonprints@yahoo.com. Please use "Print Order" in the header. Specify which package you would like and I will confirm your order. Then you make your payment via Paypal, and I'll send out the info of when it ships!

I am including shipping and handling in the prices. There is one caveat - due to some issues I had with over-seas shipping last time,

I WILL NOT BE ABLE TO FILL ORDERS WITH SHIPPING ADDRESSES OUTSIDE THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES.

Sorry, that's just the way its gotta be. I am just one guy and international shipping is major headache that I can't deal with at this time.
  • Listening to: Seagulls
  • Reading: The City
  • Watching: Sherlock Holmes
  • Playing: HORDES
  • Eating: much better!
  • Drinking: Iced tea
I am putting two special items up for auction on EBay this week. First, concept art for the TGN Best Model of the Year 2008; Captain Jeremiah Kraye.

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Includes 2 81/2" x 11" drawings. One of Kraye and one of his horse. Bidding for the set begins at $125.00 USD.

Captain Jeremiah Kraye by cwalton73
Kraye's Horse by cwalton73

The other item is the concept art for one of the newest additions to the line up of Trollkin warlocks, Captain Gunnbjorn. Biding for this drawing starts at $100.00

cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?…

Captain Gunnbjorn by cwalton73

AUCTION BEGINS TODAY 7-19-2010 AND GOES TO 7-25-2010! ONE WEEK!

No big sob story or poisoned cats to go with these drawings. Just your chance to own some great art of iconic characters from Privateer Press' Warmachine game.
  • Listening to: "The Impression that I Get"Mighty Mighty
  • Reading: The Name of the Wind
  • Watching: Last Comic Standing
  • Playing: HORDES
  • Eating: Crapplebee's
  • Drinking: Iced tea
So, after the success of selling my original pencils for the Butcher story "Not Everyone Dies", I thought I'd give Ebay a whirl again. No sob story this time, but I am offering up the original pencils for two of the Minion warlocks and their beasts.

Brun & Lug (5 day auction, starting at $150 for both)

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Rorsch & Brine (5 day auction, starting at $150 for both)

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Better views can be seen here:

cwalton73.deviantart.com/art/B…
cwalton73.deviantart.com/art/R…
cwalton73.deviantart.com/art/L…
cwalton73.deviantart.com/art/B…

So let the bidding commence! Feed my bloated ego! Win some unique shtuff.
  • Listening to: "The Impression that I Get"Mighty Mighty
  • Reading: The Scar
  • Watching: Stepbrothers
  • Playing: Firestorm Armada?
  • Eating: Taco Hell
  • Drinking: Iced tea
And not a Lorenzo in sight.

Apparently, my Llama was upgraded to a super Llama.

Woaah.

I deleted the notice without reading it, so I have no fucking clue what these Llama things are. None. What. So. Ever. But I am hoping to achieve Mecha-Llama status if such a thing exists. If it does not... lame.

Also, these new "Stack" things can burn in hell. I hates them, my precious. Hates.

That is all.
  • Listening to: "The Impression that I Get"Mighty Mighty
  • Reading: The Scar
  • Watching: Stepbrothers
  • Playing: Firestorm Armada?
  • Eating: Taco Hell
  • Drinking: Iced tea
So the auction to help my girlfriend recoup some of the money she lost in veterinary bills for the cats was more successful than I could have possibly hoped. Originally, I had expected to get no more than  in the neighborhood of $200, but the pieces ended up selling for a little over $400. I couldn’t be happier.

I just wanted to extend my sincere thanks to the winner and all those who bid. Additionally; I would like to offer my thanks to all those who donated, promoted the auction, and/or offered their sincerest well wishes. I really can’t thank all of you enough. It was incredibly humbling to see so many people come together to help us. Thank you. From the bottom of my heart. Thank you.

-Chris
  • Listening to: "The Impression that I Get"Mighty Mighty
  • Reading: The Scar
  • Watching: Stepbrothers
  • Playing: Firestorm Armada?
  • Eating: Taco Hell
  • Drinking: Iced tea
So, here's the sob story.

For Valentines Day, I sent my girlfriend (herein referred to as Ms. Sizzle) what I thought was a lovely bouquet of tulips and lilies. It showed up at her work and she was beside herself with happiness and absolutely adored the arrangement. Mark a nice juicy check in the "Good Boyfriend" column for me! She was happy, I was happy, the nice people at FTD were happy. But it was not to last. Sigh.

A few days later, Ms. Sizzle brought her flowers home, hoping to enjoy them a little more. Unfortunately, she forgot something very important. Ms. Sizzle has two adorable cats, a sister and brother duo named Dot and Dash. A day or so later, returning from work; Ms. Sizzle found that one of the cats had vomited and there was a little bit of lily in it.

Turns out lilies are extremely toxic to those of the feline persuasion.

Extremely toxic.

Crazy toxic.

At this point, because we didn't know which cat had ingested the lilies we had to rush them both to a 24-hour vet in the hopes of getting them treated. Untreated, the results are terminal. Both kitties underwent a battery of test, IV drips, and assorted nastiness. In the end they were both safe. But there was a hitch.

Treatment for lily poisoning is extremely expensive. $1200. Per. Cat.

Read that again.

That's almost 2500 dollars in veterinary bills.

Luckily, Ms. Sizzle was able to cover it. But it has ruined her savings and plans for home ownership. She works two jobs and has scrimped and saved for the day she could put a down payment on her own home. I can't tell you how devastating it was to watch. It broke my heart. I have not felt this guilty, unhelpful and terrible in a long, long time.

Fortunately, a great friend stepped in and began a donation drive to get Ms. Sizz back on track with her savings. The response has been incredible, but I would like to help as well.

To that end, I am now auctioning the two original pieces of pencil art that I did for the No Quarter Issue 27 short story "Not Everyone Dies".

cwalton73.deviantart.com/art/N…

There is a $100 reserve and the pieces will be up for bid on Ebay for 7 days. Here is a link to the auction:

cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?…

If you ever wanted a piece of original Privateer art of one of its iconic characters, and you wanted to help a good cause; this is it.

Thanks for listening.

-Chris
  • Listening to: "Stayin' Alive" - The BeeGees
  • Reading: The Battle
  • Watching: Hoarders
  • Playing: with my new Battlefoam case!
  • Eating: better than normal
  • Drinking: More water
I haven't updated my journal in forever. For those who actually care about that sort of thing, I am sorry.

First things first, Happy Holidays to all. With the new year upon us, I for one an looking forward to pounding the final nail into the coffin of 2009. A long, busy year - but one that still treated me very well in places.

I finally hit 100K for page views. Pretty cool. Sorry I've been to busy to offer a kiraban (is that how you spell it? That's how I'm spelling it.), but whatcha gonna do? Thanks to everyone who has stopped by and enjoyed my mess.

Also, a big thank you to any and all who voted for Wrongeye and Snapjaw over at Tabletop Gaming News. They squeeked out the Reader's Choice Award for Best Fantasy Miniature this year against some awesomely stiff competition. Its cool that one of my designs has won again.

Finally, in case anyone is still frantically emailing me - I've pretty much resigned my print sales to conventions for the moment. With work and personal life, prints were just to much to keep up with. Its just easier to get them from me in person. I may in the future offer "packages" of several prints - this way I'm not running all over the place and you're not getting mauled on shipping.

Otherwise, onward to 2010. Some big things on the horizon. Keep your eyes peeled.
  • Listening to: "Wonderboy" - Tenacious D
  • Reading: The Battle
  • Watching: District 9
  • Playing: the odds
  • Eating: better than normal
  • Drinking: a tasty Barcardi and Coke
UPDATE -

A quick update I thought I'd throw out there.

I'm currently having some teething problems with shipping. I'm working hard to resolve these issues, and should be good to go next week. In the meantime, if you're interested in any prints feel free to email me and I'll put you on a contact list to get back to with a quote (prices+shipping/handling) for your order.

Ah, the joys of being a entrepreneur!


So I’m taking a step in a new direction. I’ve been putting out a lot of color work lately, and I’ve been receiving a bunch of requests to sell prints. To test the waters, I’ve decided to make a couple of the images that I’ve done for Privateer Press available for sale. This is just a start; so if I’ve done something you’d like a print of but its not available yet, just be patient. Please don’t flood me with requests.

The first images that I will be offering prints of are the following:

Coup de Grace "Coup de Grace"

The Beast and Her Pet "The Beast and Her Pet"

Feel the Hate "Feel the Hate"

Crack the Whip "Crack the Whip"

Each full color image is printed on 13”x19” matte photo paper. The image itself measures 11”x14” with the title and artist(me) in grey script below. Each print will cost $30.00 US plus shipping and handling fees. For a limited time, if you order all four prints at one time the total cost will be $100.00 US. All payments must go through Paypal.

You will need to email me with your order. Please send orders to:

chriswaltonprints@yahoo.com

Please use "Print Purchase"; in the subject header and include the name and shipping address. I will email you back with a final total. Once payment is verified through Paypal, your order will ship!

Let's see how this circus rolls.

:)

Any questions, post 'em here and I'll try and answer in a timely fashion.
  • Listening to: "Harder,Better,Faster,Stronger" - Daft P
  • Reading: Eisenhorne
  • Watching: South Park
  • Playing: Hordes... perhaps MK2... possibly
  • Eating: Taco Bell
  • Drinking: On Seacat's dime apparently
So my inbox here is a little out of control at the moment. Due to extreme slack-assery, I would just like to throw out a blanket "thank-you" to all who've recently faved my art or decided to watch me.

In other news, I'm considering putting some of my original concept art up for sale. Probably in the $45-$80ish range. If people are interested, I'll look into it and let ya'll know.

And now back to your regularly scheduled viewing.




A short list of people and things I like, that you might like:

:iconcreationmatrix: Apparently I forgot to add Robkins to this list because I am an enormous clod. When Rob isn't creating stunning scenery for Privateer Press' miniatures to live on, he draws, inks and paints. Awesomely.

:iconmrsoles: Not only is Jason the dynamo behind creating the rules and characters of Privateer Press' Warmachine and Hordes games, but he's a helluva artist too. Lucky bastard.

:iconfdiskart: - Fernando is a cool guy and a burgeoning artist who always pushes himself… and I am still envious of his owning a Cintique tablet… sigh… someday… Check his work out - it always brings a smile to my face and should to yours.

:icontnperkins: - Thom is a character designer extraordinaire and source of a lot of inspiration. You might recognize his work from, oh I dunno… Ben10 on Cartoon Network or the CG Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie… the man has shape, form and color down pat.

:iconandreauderzo: - Andrea does a lot of work for Privateer Press and, I must admit, I would have his man-babies if it meant I could be half the artist he is. Every piece of his is a treat for the eye, and I always look forward to him making my inane scribbles into something staggering.

:iconfstitz: - Florian has become a pretty regular contributor to No Quarter Magazine. In addition to being an awesome artist, Florian is one of the nicest people who you’d ever want to meet. Go check the man out!

:iconrobinmitchell: - I’ve followed Robin’s work since my days on the Drawingboard.org. If you’re looking for some of the best drawing around, you’d be hard pressed to find somebody better.

Pie – cherry, apple, whatever. Its all good. Everything tastes better in pie form, dammit.

Giant Robo – if you haven’t seen Giant Robo: The Night the Earth Stood Still, the animation, then I’m not sure we can ever truly be friends. When I meet a woman who will sit through the whole series with me, I will marry her at the end. Crush them now, Giant Robo!

Khador – if you pronounce it properly as “Kay-door” then I won’t have to tease you about there being no faction called “Kaah-door” in Warmachine. Fair enough?

So there, just me pimpin’ people and things I like. I’ve forgotten a ton of people, but they’re there in my friends list – just have a looksee.
  • Listening to: "Damn it feels good to be a gansta" - Ge
  • Reading: Altered Carbon
  • Watching: Locked Up Abroad
  • Playing: Hordes... perhaps MK2... possibly
  • Eating: Nothing too tasty
  • Drinking: Every Friday
..but he signed up for Deviant Art. Check 'im out. Man, I wish I was drunk... or dead...or both.

:iconmrsoles: The incomparable Jason Soles, ladies and gent'men.

A short list of people and things I like, that you might like:

:iconfdiskart: - Fernando is a cool guy and a burgeoning artist who always pushes himself… and I am still envious of his owning a Cintique tablet… sigh… someday… Check his work out - it always brings a smile to my face and should to yours.

:icontnperkins: - Thom is a character designer extraordinaire and source of a lot of inspiration. You might recognize his work from, oh I dunno… Ben10 on Cartoon Network or the CG Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie… the man has shape, form and color down pat.

:iconandreauderzo: - Andrea does a lot of work for Privateer Press and, I must admit, I would have his man-babies if it meant I could be half the artist he is. Every piece of his is a treat for the eye, and I always look forward to him making my inane scribbles into something staggering.

:iconfstitz: - Florian has become a pretty regular contributor to No Quarter Magazine. In addition to being an awesome artist, Florian is one of the nicest people who you’d ever want to meet. Go check the man out!

:iconrobinmitchell: - I’ve followed Robin’s work since my days on the Drawingboard.org. If you’re looking for some of the best drawing around, you’d be hard pressed to find somebody better.

Pie – cherry, apple, whatever. Its all good. Everything tastes better in pie form, dammit.

Giant Robo – if you haven’t seen Giant Robo: The Night the Earth Stood Still, the animation, then I’m not sure we can ever truly be friends. When I meet a woman who will sit through the whole series with me, I will marry her at the end. Crush them now, Giant Robo!

Khador – if you pronounce it properly as “Kay-door” then I won’t have to tease you about there being no faction called “Kaah-door” in Warmachine. Fair enough?

So there, just me pimpin’ people and things I like. I’ve forgotten a ton of people, but they’re there in my friends list – just have a looksee.
  • Listening to: "Stayin' Alive" - BeGees
  • Reading: The Scar
  • Watching: Law and Order
  • Playing: Warmachine! Mark 2, Baby!
  • Eating: Poorly
  • Drinking: Bass
Too many "faves" to respond to. So this is a group "thank-you" for all you peeps who have faved my scribbles of late. Sorry I can't do it individually at the moment, but that's life.

Big news on the horizon. Keep your eyes and ears peeled.

You.

Have.

Been.

Warned.

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A short list of people and things I like, that you might like:

:iconfdiskart: - Fernando is a cool guy and a burgeoning artist who always pushes himself… and I am still envious of his owning a Cintique tablet… sigh… someday… Check his work out - it always brings a smile to my face and should to yours.

:icontnperkins: - Thom is a character designer extraordinaire and source of a lot of inspiration. You might recognize his work from, oh I dunno… Ben10 on Cartoon Network or the CG Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie… the man has shape, form and color down pat.

:iconandreauderzo: - Andrea does a lot of work for Privateer Press and, I must admit, I would have his man-babies if it meant I could be half the artist he is. Every piece of his is a treat for the eye, and I always look forward to him making my inane scribbles into something staggering.

:iconfstitz: - Florian has become a pretty regular contributor to No Quarter Magazine. In addition to being an awesome artist, Florian is one of the nicest people who you’d ever want to meet. Go check the man out!

:iconrobinmitchell: - I’ve followed Robin’s work since my days on the Drawingboard.org. If you’re looking for some of the best drawing around, you’d be hard pressed to find somebody better.

Pie – cherry, apple, whatever. Its all good. Everything tastes better in pie form, dammit.

Giant Robo – if you haven’t seen Giant Robo: The Night the Earth Stood Still, the animation, then I’m not sure we can ever truly be friends. When I meet a woman who will sit through the whole series with me, I will marry her at the end. Crush them now, Giant Robo!

Khador – if you pronounce it properly as “Kay-door” then I won’t have to tease you about there being no faction called “Kaah-door” in Warmachine. Fair enough?

So there, just me pimpin’ people and things I like. I’ve forgotten a ton of people, but they’re there in my friends list – just have a looksee.
  • Listening to: "Stayin' Alive" - BeGees
  • Reading: The Scar
  • Watching: GI Joe Resolute
  • Playing: Warmachine! Mark 2, Baby!
  • Eating: Denny's
  • Drinking: Less soda!
A short list of people and things I like, that you might like:

:iconfdiskart: - Fernando is a cool guy and a burgeoning artist who always pushes himself… and I am still envious of his owning a Cintique tablet… sigh… someday… Check his work out - it always brings a smile to my face and should to yours.

:icontnperkins: - Thom is a character designer extraordinaire and source of a lot of inspiration. You might recognize his work from, oh I dunno… Ben10 on Cartoon Network or the CG Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie… the man has shape, form and color down pat.

:iconandreauderzo: - Andrea does a lot of work for Privateer Press and, I must admit, I would have his man-babies if it meant I could be half the artist he is. Every piece of his is a treat for the eye, and I always look forward to him making my inane scribbles into something staggering.

:iconfstitz: - Florian has become a pretty regular contributor to No Quarter Magazine. In addition to being an awesome artist, Florian is one of the nicest people who you’d ever want to meet. Go check the man out!

:iconrobinmitchell: - I’ve followed Robin’s work since my days on the Drawingboard.org. If you’re looking for some of the best drawing around, you’d be hard pressed to find somebody better.

Pie – cherry, apple, whatever. Its all good. Everything tastes better in pie form, dammit.

Giant Robo – if you haven’t seen Giant Robo: The Night the Earth Stood Still, the animation, then I’m not sure we can ever truly be friends. When I meet a woman who will sit through the whole series with me, I will marry her at the end. Crush them now, Giant Robo!

Khador – if you pronounce it properly as “Kay-door” then I won’t have to tease you about there being no faction called “Kaah-door” in Warmachine. Fair enough?

So there, just me pimpin’ people and things I like. I’ve forgotten a ton of people, but they’re there in my friends list – just have a looksee.
  • Listening to: "Anthem" - Rush, Fly by Night
  • Reading: Cataclysm-The First World War As Political Tragedy
  • Watching: Arrested Development Season 1
  • Playing: Warmachine!
  • Eating: Crappy Seattle food again
  • Drinking: Mac&Jack's
Let the feats of strength and the airing of grievances commence!

Seriously, happy holidays to all. A big THANKS to all you peeps for getting me to 50K mark on pageviews. Pretty kewl shtuff. Thank you as well anyone who helped with the Tabletop Gaming News Reader's Choice Awards as well. Your votes really helped. Captain Jeremiah Kraye won first place in the Best Fantasy Figure category by a narrow margin against some truly tough competition. I couldn't be more proud.

Well, I guess I could... by the list of what beats this is pretty short.

Take care all! Happy Holidays and may next year bring you even more fortune than this one!
  • Listening to: Lounge Against the Machine
  • Reading: The First World War As Political Tragedy
  • Watching: Mulan
  • Playing: Warmachine!
  • Eating: Nick and Joe's stromboli... soon...
  • Drinking: To excess on New Years
So after much deliberation, I’ve decided to be a worthless shill and ask my watchers for their help. Each year the website Tabletop Gaming News holds their Reader’s Choice Awards and it seems that a couple of the models that I have designed have been nominated for Best Fantasy Miniature of the Year. Specifically Captain Jeremiah Kraye (cwalton73.deviantart.com/art/C…, whom I designed and which artist Steve Saunders sculpted, is in third place. So I am asking for some help. If you play tabletop wargames go to Tabletop Gaming News and vote your conscience.

Link to Tabletop Gaming News:
www.tabletopgamingnews.com/200…

You have to create an account to vote, and its totally painless.
Thanks!

UPDATE: As of 12/16 Captain Kraye is in 2nd place with a very narrow lead over GW's fantastic Khorne Lord on a Juggernaught. Thanks for the votes, kids!
  • Listening to: Lounge Against the Machine
  • Reading: The First World War As Political Tragedy
  • Watching: my waistline grow
  • Playing: Warmachine!
  • Eating: Pancakes. mmmm... pancakes
  • Drinking: Maple Syrup
So, usually I'm not one to shout from the roof tops when an established pro makes a DA account, but I couldn't let this one slide.

:icondevilpig: 's art has been an inspiration to me for a looong, looong time. If you don't check his stuff out, not only will you be sorry for it but I'll probably hunt you down and beat you to death with a small woodsy creature. So go already.

Seriously.

What the hell are you still reading for?






Now if only Masamune Shirow would make a page.
My life would be perfect then.
  • Listening to: Lounge Against the Machine
  • Reading: The First World War As Political Tragedy
  • Watching: my waistline grow
  • Playing: Warmachine!
  • Eating: Pancakes. mmmm... pancakes
  • Drinking: Maple Syrup
Pffft. Sleep is for the weak.

God, I am such a weakling...

Sleep is my most important meal of the day.

So I've been up to my ears in Project:Mayhem, and it seems Projects:Anarchy and Chain-Chris-to-his-Desk are looming on the horizon. Downside is I've been keeping a low e-profile as of late. Upside is cool artwork should be on horizon. Can't promise when, but soon.

After my last update, my message-y-thinger got all bloated and fat and instead of responding with pleasant "thank-you's" I let it get away from me. Sort of the equivelant of throwing cheetos into the mouth of a fat child and expecting them to lose weight... sigh.

So for anyone I didn't thank for faving or watching me - THANK YOU!

On a totally unrelated note: I've been really pleased with the reception of Privateer Press' newest game; Monsterpocalypse. For those who don't know, Monsterpocalypse(gotta love Crtl+C and V) is a collectible game centered around giant monsters duking it out in Everytown, USA. The game is a total blast. I know, "Chris you're totally biased!"- but literally everyone I've met who tried it loves it. Loves it. That kind of love that won't get you arrested. Really. Series 1 was designed by the maestro, Matt Wilson; but I got a chance to work on some of the upcoming sets and they rock hard.

And for those foolish enough to challenge me to a game - I am the proud owner of a Zor-Maxim and he will take you to school so badly that by the end you'll have earned a Master's Degree in Gettin' Stomped.
  • Listening to: Lounge Against the Machine
  • Reading: nothing of any worth
  • Watching: Jim Norton
  • Playing: Monsterpocalypse!
  • Eating: Your city and your monster!
  • Drinking: not nearly enough