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Firstly thanks to everyone who stopped by my gallery, faved a piece or pieces and for leaving such kind comments (and badges).
I'm sorry I don't respond to each and every single one of you but I seriously appreciate each of you using your time on my pages.
So things have continued to be busy around here what with one thing or another (I promise not to bore you with the exact lengthy details).
Spare time for any personal work has been non existent but I've been certainly busy with plenty of art related tasks so I'm not getting rusty (or rustier).
As you have probably seen we (myself and a great buddy Ian Beck http://iangbeck.blogspot.com) put together a Madefire Motion Book called Life Support which was amazing fun.
Ian wrote this first part a little while back and we had kind of messed around with illustrations for it for some personal work when we had the time and so re-working it for the Motion Book made sense.
It had me sat in front of my iMac drawing, pa
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I found BarbecuedIguana's work through Memnalar's Seven Days of Sci-Fi (which led to some really fantastic work, check out that entire gallery of amazing writing) and, just, wow. BarbecuedIguana writes prose and that prose is absolutely brilliant.
A lot of it is science fiction or horror fiction, a lot of is sometimes wryly, sometimes laugh-out-loud hilarious, but I can easily promise you that all of it is amazing, and I highly recommend you do what I just did in the past hour and read everything you can by him, starting with the four pieces I've finally, painstakingly decided upon below (it was really difficult to just stick with only four pieces).
"And the organic in question did not just use the machine