Since you asked...
"Tales of a Forgotten Planet" from Narwain Publishing is currently available in comic book stores, where my story "Polarity" is printed right in between of Ben Dunn (the creator of all of those "How to Draw Manga" books we love so much) and Bryan Talbot (a print comics alumni of many years). There's several printing errors in the book (including but not limited to dropping the letters off of a complete page of mine >_<) but Narwain is a new company, so they're still learning.
I have 3 graphic novels coming out from Sonic Publishing next year entitled "Destiny's Kiss," and another Sonic Publishing book that I'm coloring called "Measure of Darkness" to also be released next year. A book for the now dead publisher Speakeasy (if you hadn't heard, it was tragic) I was coloring bits of called "Half Dead" was also to be released next year, but since the company folded we're shopping that around again.
I've also been working on an animated show pilot (to be announced) for several months now, a few pages of the story "Seismin Shift" for an anthology book written by Stephen Withrow (co-writer with John Barber of the "Webcomics" book that was released last year).
These are just my most current projects. I had been an artist and colorist at Archie Comics working on the "Sonic the Hedgehog" books for several years before then not to mention storyboard, set painter, puppeteer, and P.A. work in Hollywood for the Thumb featurettes from O Entertainment, several short films for various independents, TV shows, and some larger movies.
I'm only 22 years old, and am still attending university. If I can do it, you can do it. It just takes many, many hours in front of the art table alone, with nothing to keep you company but your music, DVDs, and the occasional good friend who drags you screaming back into the sunlight to remind you your alive. I also paint, sculpt, and write. Wow, I have no life.
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