Well, it's been a while!
What's new with me... well, worked mainly as the painter/colorist on the upcoming Nosferatu 112 page graphic novel from Viper Comics, due out in November! - http://vipercomics.com/2010/03/31/nosferatu-colored-pages-are-in/
I'm hoping I can have some at my booth up at Crypticon, also in November (a November to Dismember!)
That was TONS of work, but do let me know what you think of the results when you get your copy!
Have also created some artwork for the films of Christopher R. Mihm! - http://www.sainteuphoria.com/ - Did a 'Monsters of the Mihmiverse' t-shirt design, as well as the poster/ cover for his latest movie - Destination: Outer Space! Check out his classic inspired movies sometime.
Also been composing music again, which is great! Working on an audio experience with Hanakia Zedek, kind of a combination of soundscape, radio drama, soundtrack/score, sound design & more. We did our first 45 minute show at Convergence, and it went over REALLY well. Looking forward to doing more, and we'll be building additional content/ shows/ themes in the coming weeks/ months.
Been working on a few other projects, and mostly catching up on other things before I get another rush!
Also, speaking of catching up on stuff - Just watched Predators last night... and I approve! Really good flick, and you can tell they had loads of fun putting it together. It was very entertaining, all the way through, had appropriate nods to the original without aping it or trying to 'improve' on it, the pacing was great, and the way it was shot was really nice, too. Very much recreating the atmosphere from the first movie in lots of ways. These guys cared about what they were delivering, and it really shows. Bonus points for the music, also. Keeping the classic Predator themes (and even using some of Silvestri's original scores) throughout the scoring of it.
Hope they do more.
I wonder how they would handle AVP (especially if they try to do a faithful adaptation of the novel/ original 5 issue series!)