Friday, July 20, 2007

You may never sleep again!

Tattoos drawn by me : If you' d like to see the robot of mine that Kat got a tattoo of, feel free to click.

Dethklok/Metalocalypse Update : The new season starts Sunday, Sept. 16. The 1st Season DVD is released Tuesday, Sept. 18. The Dethalbum will then be released Tuesday, Sept. 25. Also, I will be purchasing these next week, as they're being sold exclusively at SDCC.

LOLKIDS : Why not?

It's so dark.

So here's one of the Flashes Jason Latour drew for me that I have now colored.
Below are 3 alternate versions of the same coloring job.. the backgrounds are different.
jasonlatour_flash1_col_3 jasonlatour_flash1_col_4 jasonlatour_flash1_col_1
Feel free to tell me which of the 4 you prefer.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

I don't mind.

Kat's Zombie tattoo.. that I drew.
My friend, Kat, got another tattoo of artwork I've sent her over the years. (She also has a chrishaley robot tattoo.)
This one is of a zombie, and the tattoo artist really made it look exactly like the way I drew it.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

I never wanted it to end.

DC Direct Jack Kirby's New Gods!
You can't tell me this is anything other than the greatest thing you've ever seen.
No exaggeration, I will probably buy a case of these.
I'll have a set for work, a set for the car, a set for the living room, and a set for the bathtub.
I'm already imagining the second wave which, in my perfect world, would be made up of :
Big Barda (Full Armor), Kalibak, Highfather, Mantis, and a Parademon.
This of course leads to the third wave :
Big Barda (let's call it her alternate costume), Metron, Forager, Desaad, and Steppenwolf.
Anyone agree or disagree with my character choices?
Ok, DC Direct, let's get started.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

You don't need to see my credentials.

Man, forget DC bringing back (and subsequently screwing up) the multiverse, this guy is trying to prove that it really exists!

From a story on Geniuses Who Will Change Your Life :
Nima Arkani-Hamed thinks big. He has a theory that our universe is one of an infinite number of universes -- meaning the largest thing we can wrap our minds around is actually pretty tiny
He didn't pull the "multiverse" out of thin air, though. After becoming a Harvard professor at age 30, Arkani-Hamed first made a name for himself by suggesting that our universe is five-dimensional. Then he moved on to the multiverse, theorizing that our own universe has a hidden feature called "split supersymmetry," which means that half of all particles have partner particles.

The theory will be tested soon in Switzerland's brand-new Large Hadron Collider (LHC), and if the LHC finds Arkani-Hamed's partner particles, it could prove that the multiverse is real -- and that our place in it is that much smaller.

Are you fucking kidding me?!
This has got to be one of the most exciting scientific news things I've ever heard.
Of course, that means it also has the potential to be the most terrifying.

For no reason other than the tenuous DC/multiverse connection, here is a picture of a young Superman (we can't call him that other name any more) I did a while back and never got around to putting up here.
It's different. Feel free to let me know what you think.

Climbing the walls.

This just in, Nintendo > Sony.
Noted commentator Chris Haley was quoted as telling Sony to, "Suck it."

Sunday, July 15, 2007