First things first. I'm 21 now, so I have to be well-prepared for whatever life hits at me. Yes, I have to get my degree before year's end, but then what? Well, I'm not going to be a bum (like my sister calls me
) With that in mind, I've already set to fully incorporate the entire MajesticBlue business with my partner, Josh. It's gonna be legit.
It ain't gonna be easy, but we will get through this. Here are the thing that will fall under the umbrella. As I work on the following projects, a few changes are afoot.
First off, myself and a few friends are working on a special "cyberpunk in space" project. I can't tell you right now, but it's pretty ambitious. We're already done with the outline of the story, and we're getting to the artwork, and then, the voices...I just can't wait to see the whole thing animated. More details will come later.The Dynamite Twins and Friends
- Ah, my babies.
It goes without saying that I haven't been doing much for them. Well, for the 10th anniversary next year, I'm making a little "ret-canon", starting with this: I've decided to stop on my "short comics", so I can transition to more high-concept storytelling. I'm hard at work on those comic books, Buck Wild Bash
and Lost Vegas
. I will post a preview page monthly for progress (starting this month). Also, the Bunny and Bear
thing. I'm positioning those stories as a more lighthearted, kid-friendly counterpart to the more risque TDT (I've got two nephews, and so many cousins, so...) They will be published through ColorWorld, and will be available on ComiXology (digitally) first...I might do physical as well...later.Tails from the Federation
- That said, my good friend ToastedAlmond98
is still thinking about what to do next...well, I told him that we'll work into bringing the entire Tails
(including Space Pirate Captain MacTaggart
) to life. Of course, he did
say that he'd rewrite the story to better accommodate the overall universe, and Josh, Joey, and I will help him out.
For those who don't know who Monty Oum was, he was a "3D filmmaker" who helped pioneer more story- and character-driven web animation, with plenty of action set pieces. From Haloid
, to Dead Fantasy
, to RWBY
, he did a lot. He was that
awesome. However, he died a tragic death two years ago, and the animation community was shaken to the core.
He will be dearly missed, but his work will never be forgotten. And with that, I will share one of his quotes: "Never let anyone tell you that something is impossible."
Words to live byI continually hope that someday I'll get a chance to pass on everything I've learned. There hardly seems a moment considering living by my words only means having absolutely no time to say them. So at least I can take a moment in slight to utter in passing.
Never let anyone tell you that something is impossible.
I lived by that when it sparked in me the possiblity of achieving something despite everyone telling me it being impossible otherwise. People have always told me it's impossible, that it's been tried. If you know what I'm talking about then your already on your way. What I will say to you ignore those who've been defeated by what they call "experience." Keep going and don't let anyoen tell you otherwise.
I know this might sound familiar even, never give up etc. But it's how I live my life even currently as there still are more "experienced" people who will criticize that I'm doing it wrong. It's the human spirit that'll keep us alive. This rings true to the events of my life, w
(Now, you see why I changed my tagline to "keep moving forward"? It's a reminder to myself that I need to keep going, to push harder. I know something like those projects can, and will, be done.)