Oooooh, neat, looks like the word’s out so I can finally talk about one of the new things I’m working on. In short:


From ICv2′s article:

Dynamite Entertainment and Paizo, Inc. announced the latest story arc for their Pathfinder Comics series, Hollow Mountain,will launch in November.

Like the previous limited series  Pathfinder: Origins (see “‘Pathfinder Origins’ Comic Series”), this six-issue series will be written by Erik Mona (Paizo Publisher and Chief Creative Officer), F. Wesley Schneider (Paizo Editor-in-Chief), and James Sutter (Paizo Senior Editor). Interior art will be provided by Tom Garcia (Mercy Thompson: Hopcross Jilly).  Issue #1 covers will be provided by Garcia and Carlos Gomez .  Also available are  a subscription variant drawn by Sebastian Cichon, a sketch cover by Ken Haeser, a limited-edition variant by Sean Izaakse, and a blank Authentix cover (see gallery below).

There’s more about the plot over on the ICv2 website. Comics Bastard also has this to say…

“This latest Pathfinder series has got me excited, not only because we’re introducing more badass iconic characters to the comics, but also because the iconics will be battling each other directly,” says Dynamite series Editor Rich Young. “It’s going to make for some great action and dialogue between the characters. Artist Tom Garcia is also delivering some really sweet, detailed pages… it’s going to be a visually impressive book. And the fact that Erik, James, and Wes are back on board writing this series after doing such a great job scripting Origins means that Hollow Mountain is going to have some fun surprises, and be as true as possible to the game. No one knows Pathfinder better than these guys!”

Beyond this, more details should be along soon. But for now, check out the sweet Star Wars send-up Sutter got for volume #1! I can’t show off mine yet, but if you thought my last comics’ Indiana Jones and Totoro spoofs were good, you’re going to love the new one (stay tuned)!

But yeah, the new series is shaping up to be pretty cool since it’s going to be one coherent story. And OH BOY do we introduce some cool new characters in it!

Watch for the new Pathfinder comic series come November!
My Photography collective, HISTORIA, needs your help!

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A member of the group Memories Past shares stories with workshop participants and HISTORIA artist Lynn Weddle.

Over 20 people attended the ReMap pilot on Saturday 18 February to share stories and contribute photographs to the project’s digital resource. A selection of images and stories can be seen on the  Participants work page and on Flickr

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Workshop preparation

Our photography workshop at Blank Gallery in Portslade is next weekend, so I’m busy finishing up all my preparation for it.

Today, I’m going for a wander to take some photos. Yesterday was just a bit too sunny for me - I prefer a grey day for the lighting - diffused by nature!

I’m really excited about this project, and can’t wait to create a collaborative story about Portslade using photography. I’ll put them up here when I’m back!


Had the pleasure of checking out the new ‘Proceed With Caution’ show from @denialart last week (all the way from Canada). If you’re in Sydney make sure you pop around, it’s on until the 21st. (at blank_space Gallery)


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月-金 13:00〜19:00
土日 12:00〜19:00
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Andy Unknown/Donatera/Keeenue/Naomi Nemoto/千野 六久/成谷 光加


Angel Blackwell and I are featured in the second installment of Blank Gallery’s “one2one” series, put together by Patrick Mullen and crew at EyeBOX Video Productions.

I feel super lucky to get to work with somebody as crazily talented as Patrick. To see some more of his work, you can check out this killer short he did on the local graffiti scene (“Huntington’s Back Door”), which was featured last week in the Appalachian Film Festival.

Patrick and crew also produced the first installment of “one2one” (featuring Kelli Bellomy and Chris Lusher), which is over here.