So, after an unexpected year long hiatus I finally got back into singing.
I know it’s far from perfect, and the quality isn’t amazing, but compared to last year I atleast think there’s been progress :)
. Chibi time! Its my quick fanart of chubby armchair detective Nero Wolfe and his assistant Archie Goodwin. Nero Wolfe was created by Rex Stout. Arch is squeezing and jiggling Nero’s cheeks. I listen to radio programs of the 30’s-50’s, and “Nero Wolfe” is one I like to listen to for the characters. They make a cute pair :3
For bottom image: In an episode of Nero Wolfe, Wolfe was yellin’ at Archie to turn his music down and what I visualized was Arch dancing around unable to hear his boss–so I doodled that scene out. .
Was wanting to color something, so I colored an older drawing I did a couple years back with colored pencils. ’M a bit rusty.I wish I had a studio to oil paint again….And the character is a new one from my comicbook/manga on hiatus, Incubus.
I have never been to New York Comic Con (NYCC). I have never been to New York City. Yet,
someone just informed me tonight they bought my Sherlock Holmes
doujinshi and it was even signed in front of them at NYCC 2010 or 2011
or so (they can’t remember the exact year). This person that ‘met’ me has only attended NYCC, so no mistake of them having been to another con. The furthest East I’ve been was MegaCon (2012) in Florida and MTAC in Nashville (2012).
I have not been to any conventions since Phoenix Comicon 2012.
you see someone currently at a convention selling and signing my books and
claiming to be me, well, they are likely an impostor that had bought my
books and is reselling them.
Please note that my INCUBUS books are sold by the Media Blasters/Kitty Media, and Holy Cow Anime, so that’s fine. Also, during that time a buddy of mine (who works with Media Blasters) was also selling my Sherlock Holmes doujinshi from thier MB booth for me at NYCC.
I NEVER ATTEND CONVENTIONS WITHOUT ANNOUNCING IT ON SOCIAL MEDIA SITES LIKE DEVIANT, FACEBOOK, or TUMBLR.
am not attending any conventions this year. If you see another “Yayoi
Neko” with my work and signing my books at a convention I never announced I would attend, well, don’t buy from
that impostor. I am not receiving anything from them.
Meant to be melodramatic, this is my interpretation of a character named
David R. Mitchell, created by “Horrorfied Podcast.” They are a comedy podcast that
review horror movies. Sometimes David makes an appearance, sounding like
the old radio graveyard keeper/creeper (think The Inner Sanctum), it
cracks me up…