Those of you on my mailing list may know that I have dug up and burned the roots of all my comics and fantasy art stuff. Trying to go in new directions while constantly returning to draw "sexy" for some extra money was not working at all. So, it all had to go. And I'm not sorry in the least.
Some people took it hard, as if I'd abandoned them somehow, or they'd been hustled; other got pretty angry and abusive. The latter was an especially good reason to get the hell out.
The newest venue for gross monstrosities, Monster Motel
One thing I did not trash was my Monster U. stuff, in fact I started an Etsy store just for that and have stocked it full of the older items and some new tweaked "remastered" ones.
The original, unmodified Monster U. album cover art.
Monster movies might be called Horror by some, and therefore "bleed" into the Slasher genre, but to me they have always been about Love, and the Monsters represent our desire for it along with our feelings of ugliness or unworthiness. Frankenstein & the Bride, Quasimodo, Erik the Phantom--they are all Love stories.
"Big Frankie", the digitally tweaked version of the first Monster U.'s album cover art.
As upset as some people are with me, finally being free of obligations to the Past is real liberation.