There is another project with a different friend though. He and a couple of friends are making a script/story of a Marvel comics character, Dead Pool. I was asked if I would be interested in possibly illustrating the story in comic form. Of course I am. The problem? I am to draw Americanized comics like what DC and Marvel comics look like. I tend to take my time with things like that. I am also not getting paid. I have not seen the story. I should at least come up with conceptual character sketches. The story (I will be brief) is about Dead Pool obtaining Cletus Cassidy's symbiote, Carnage. Cassidy must get Eddie Brock (who is Anti-Venom in this storyline) to help get back Carnage because Cassidy is the only one that knows how to control the symbiote. Dead Pool just assumes Carnage is only another voice in his head. This idea is great, but I really want to read how it goes so I know how to draw it.
I will be attending a few concerts next month. Staind is having a concert with Sum 41, Shinedown, Chevell, The Offspring and another band I forgot. That is July 12. I will also be seeing The Avett Brothers twice toward the end of the month. The show on the 30th is free, but they also play in Syracuse (my hometown, where I am right now) the next day. I am also expecting to catch a friend's show in late August down on Long Island. Busy, busy summer. I have yet to crack open my oils to work on a couple of portraits. I also have watched Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles on youtube and don't know why Fox canceled a good show. Sure, all if not most of the terminator fights were just pushing and shoving, but the show really helped expand the Terminator universe with a bigger cast of characters than the movies. It's too bad the movies didn't follow the show. It was really interesting how the second season ended.