Author Archive for Chuck
Writing for GeekDad has been a trip during these past few months. I’m not a journalist in training, but I sometimes play one on Wired.com’s blog. That recently happened when I dialed in to a conference call at the White House to learn about what is happening with President Obama’s new educational initiative. And if [...]
Here we have three panels on the gypsy fortuneteller scene. Each panel is surrounded by a playing card boarder which is meant to illustrate tarot cards. Space for the text has been left below, but we haven’t created a font based on Sue’s lettering yet. Below we have the first clownversation, and poster which opens [...]
Sue has been working feverishly over the past few days, doing new sketches based on the photoshoot. The two clowns, Tiggins and Beggins are being redone with the expressiveness of our two good friends who played them during the shoot. Not much is changing, mind you, just the character’s faces a bit. New to share, [...]
It was a gorgeous summer evening when our friends came over to play the various parts in Sue’s graphic novel. We are fortunate to have so many creative and theatric friends who with their props brought elements of the story to life. Sue will take these reference photos to begin illustration. She’s still working on [...]
Sue has begun working on a new art project, and it’s ambitious, original, fantastic, and quite possible, her most exciting opportunity to create accessible and publishable work. But first, a little background. A year ago, when The Vitrolum Republic (then KSA) were starting our newest album, June was a month for a crazy amount of [...]
As Sue is working on gathering reference material for her new graphic novel, and because we’d never been to one of America’s foremost cultural events (historically, speaking that is), we decided to go to the Great Circus Parade in Milwaukee. I wrote an account of the event for GeekDad. Below is an excerpt. The circus [...]
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