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YARG! Oh... hello.

This comic was nice enough to remind me of the S.O.S. (save often stupid) rule of design by forcing poor photoshop to quit after I had just finished the line drawing erasing everything I had done. Good work where the wild things are comic!

Anyways I have been listening to The Nerdist podcast a lot lately. It is hosted by Chris Hardwick who also hosted MTV's Singled Out! which is what I am actually going to talk about. Singled Out was a late 90's Mtv dating show where 50 single men and 50 single women wanna be all hooked up with some dopey person from the opposite sex. Co-hosted first by Jenny Mcarthy and then by Carmen Electra. The Guest... or whatever they are called then answers questions with hard to understand answers to get rid of the competition... or whatever its called.

Click here to watch an episode on the Youtubes!

and remember to check out nerdist.

Uploaded by neal at 06:00 on 23 January


Regalia Stories By Eliza Frye

Posted 06:30
Fri 30 December
by neal

(Disclaimer: I am by no means a professional writer nor claim to be and sometimes may not describe something properly.)


Oh, Hello

Back in September I followed a series of internet links that eventually led me onto a kickstarter project by a Graphic Novelist named Eliza Frye. What really caught my attention was her promotion video (click here to watch) It was stylish and beautifully animated with a very smooth jazz song in the background.


one thing is I really like Kickstarter as a place to purchase things I would like to have, sometimes the things may cost a bit more when purchased at the "getting funded" period of a project, but you also end up feeling good knowing you helped someone do something.


Well that all said her Kickstarter was kickstarted and today I received my book which my name is lovingly printed in it and a simple handwritten message from the creator "Joy." was on page 1.

As mentioned about the video Eliza has a beautiful art style which contrasts heavily between lights, darks, colors and textures on every page there is well thought out detail mixed with carefree expressions that mix well with the stories that have varying themes of murder, sex, intrigue, escape, life, family and death.


In then end I will say it is a very cool little hardcover book that had a lot of care put into it.


Now I just need to figure out when it will be New Years eve in Paris.

Click here to buy Regalia

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