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Friday, May 26, 2017

How Japanese Anime and Manga single handedly RUINED Modern American Animation-Comic Art.

Here's the problem. American animation and comic book art ain't what it used to be, dudes. But then again, is it not what it used to be? Or is it just being judged by an impossibly detail oriented standard of stiffer foreign competition? Never in the history of art have so many young, children and teenage artists who aspire to be professionals abandoned their native style and instead became more highly focused on Japanese Idealism. And fail at reaching that Japanese Aesthetic Standard the vast majority of the time, which isn't surprising considering how intense the Japanese Market is. But you're not Japanese. You're a westerner,and you never will draw like the Japanese.


There's nothing wrong with Japanese Idealism in and of itself. But there is when it causes America to DE-VALUE Traditional Western art in Comics and Animation. As an American, you will never be able to compete with the Japanese level of detail. If you want to simplify or stylize your artwork, you deserve to not feel the least bit guilty about that, because the United States ISN'T JAPAN. It's a competitor of theirs, meaning we don't need approval from fans or followers or practitioners of the Japanese Pop standard to do anything. As a matter of fact, we're better off ignoring it,which is how America got to such a high level of Industry in the first place. By focusing on the Here and Now. Not the Then and There. Draw what's in your heart, not what weeaboo otaku tell you you should do to “increase the aesthetic standard”. Yeah right.

One-Star Faggots and Art World Haters.

One-Star Faggots and Art World Haters. I just cannot stand these people. Artists who don't appreciate other artists for various reasons, and who choose to be scapegoatish and mean spirited about it. No wonder I couldn't draw. I was buying in to the hater fags too much. They're a bunch of envious assholes, purely obsessed over money and being acceptable. Fags.


Art is a miracle. All art is a miracle and blessing, even if One-Star Fags don't see it that way. It's important to respect the process and effort that goes into all drawings, not just some. Anyone who knows how to make good art and knows how hard that is, isn't going to hate on anything. If your only contact with any one artist is merely telling them their art is “just awful” and “give up because I don't like you”, Well...Congratulations, your an Art Dick. Nobody likes your type. Ever.  

Monday, May 15, 2017

If you think I'm publishing a lot on Amazon through Kindle NOW....Just wait.....

I was originally saving and concealing work of mine to present to agents. But then I looked at my Kindle bookshelf, and asked myself WHY? Why even BOTHER with Agents and mainstream publishers, when I'm already able to publish every major manuscript I will ever author to Amazon Kindle.

My change in aspirations from Agents to self publishing comes from recent success in the ebook industry. I'll just build off of that.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

I have no commentary prepared

As one of the most influential American writers, artists, and cartoonists of American Manga and webcomics working today, I really thought I'd have more to say at this point in my career. And yet I don't. Other than thanks for reading and viewing my work. Please continue to check up on what I am doing in the future as well.

End Times has come a long way from when I first started drawing it. The audience has grown. On one of the main webcomics databases, End Times is ranked at #591 out of 25,000 different webcomics on the market. That would put End Times in the top 2.0000009% most popular comics on the internet. A lot of it has to do with the Fall of DeviantArt, where I'm quite unpopular, and social media, where I am one of the more popular personalities there (social media). 

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

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Last Edited on 2017-05-03

Friday, April 21, 2017

The Unedited End Times Manuscript is 8,000 Pages Long

In a certain sense, I've drawn at least 3,000 devoted to End Times. In a certain sense, every drawing I did between 2004 and 2017 was drawn with the Development and Manifestation of the End Times New Earth Mythos in mind. If I drew something that didn't belong to that world, I had still attempted to create that “failed” attempt as something that did. Every drawing I created between 2004 and now was created with the intent ot contribute to the imaginary world of End Times and Mono. So even if the content wasn't always related, the intent of the mind that created that drawing was. Same thing with these Journals and Manifesto. The energy that created that massive pile of pages was entirely and 100% devoted to Building End Times. I didn't lack Focus in my Building. I was actually very single minded. I lacked Execution. That's why I wrote mostly journals instead of short and extended fiction for novels and End Times. It was an 8,000 page Novel and Stack of papers and Digital JPGs of me attempting to not only develop End Times, but also Manifest and Build the End Times World. So technically, if one counts every page I drew and wrote that was made for End Times, The End Times Development Manuscript is around 8,000 pages long, with pages both published and unpublished published, online and off, fiction story, Sketchbook, Spiral Notebook, and Journal Book and Entry alike.