Well, I'm hitting a good and busy patch, and thus ended up calling in various favours to get you your GND pages [more or less] on time. You may have noticed (Ahem. Artist Comments under the deviations - read 'em, people) that the latest pages have been full glittering Undergroundian colour, and that you need to be thanking *LouisaGallie (formerly Phuriedae of the amazing JS fanart?) for that.
In fact in proper pay-it-forward fashion, it'd be really nice if you helped out some by supporting her work. When she's not being a wonderful fanfic sounding-board and colouring GND pages after a long day at the office, Louisa has been working as a games artist -
EDIT : The app her company worked on is having technical glitches apparently and is being taken down. Laters, then!
In other appy-y news, the Dead Roots comic anthology I provided some early promotional artwork for ( [link] ) is up and running and you can also purchase issue 01 here: [link] . Imma saying this because I have a 8 page story of my own in issue #02, scripted by James Moran (of 'Severance' and Doctor Who writing cred), with 6-year-old junior zombies wreaking bloody havoc. So keep an eye out for that (I'll be self-promoting again when it does hit the virtual shelves). It was great fun to draw and unlike my 'Yessika' graphic novel, is in English and costs under 5 quid. Anyone willing to support their friendly neighbourhood fanartist in works that she CAN legally publish and profit from would really be awesome and virtually huggled to bits.
I've ANOTHER digital comic short story in the works too, what my boyfriend did an amazing colouring job on, that will be in the up-and-coming funky collective by newbies VS Comics. [link] Keep an eye on 'em too!
And we got snow here already - I gather some UK meteorologists are predicting the harshest winter in 100 years for Europe. Ye gods and little frozen fishies.
Stay warm, and here's wishing you lots of spiced cookies and fuzzy moments and great present ideas and a spiffy start to the impending winter holiday season.
"Would you rather have exceptions made for you in deference to your weaknesses, or expectations made of your strengths?" - P@L