MILK, PETROL, KETCHUP

++ My goal with ‘Milk, Petrol, Ketchup’ was to add some video content to the world of STEEL RAINING (my series of online comics) and teach myself some 3D along the way. It’s a short 1min video clip I created with Blender 6.29.

Take a stroll downtown in this comic book-like city and meet some enigmatic characters. This whole world —they say—. Runs on Milk, Petrol and Ketchup. Head over to Newgrounds or Youtube, check it out and let us know what you think.

Milk Petrol Ketchup a Steel Raining video

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Milk Petrol Ketchup preview

++ A few months ago, I completed a short 1min video/film using Blender3D. It’s called ‘Milk, Petrol, Ketchup‘ and It’s part of the STEEL RAINING setting. I’m still trying to figure out the best way to share it with you all. My initial plans fell through, but it’s safe to say It will eventually make it to my website. This is a little bit of a preview, but keep an eye here for news.

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Darkest Image is OUT!

UPDATE: Get a printed copy of Darkest Image.

If you’re interested in a printed copy of DARKEST IMAGE, pre-order now through the end of November. (*All proceeds go to the CBLDF. Overseas shipping not available)

Darkest Image, the fan-made anthology celebrating Image Comics.

Darkest Image is out now. A fan-made non sanctioned sequel to the seminal “Darker Image”, created by the Cartoonist Kayfabe community to celebrate the early days of Image Comics. 200 pages of stories including one by myself! Go check it out! You can get the digital PDF version now and all proceeds will benefit the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.

The book includes my short story “Destroy Everything You Touch”, which I wrote and drew as my early celebration of the 30th anniversary of Image Comics. It’s a riff on some of the old Wildstorm characters, reflecting on their past and their current place in comics. As some of you know, I’m a massive Wildstorm fan and I had an absolute blast putting it all together and I hope you enjoy the result, along the rest of the amazing stories in the book.

For more Image Comics related art, you can check my take on Alan Moore’s lost Gen13 script, or this WildCats piece I drew to mark the 25th anniversary of the Wildstorm imprint.