In working out concept art for Dynamo Girl (with explanations et al) for the Patreon... well, this just sort of happened. It's actually very much Deej's combat style -- she's entirely happy to lead with a double snap kick added to flinging herself across an open space. Also, she's... well, delighted. Dynamo Girl was generally… Continue reading “Oh, you have a high speed camera?”
Man, I love autumn. I just do, and you can't stop me. And hand in hand with loving autumn please enjoy this myth. It comes to us from reader teckstphyle, who asks: Why is there a disconnect between Art and Industry? Why can art not be "useful?" Why can't industry "inspire?" More correctly, why are… Continue reading Why is there a disconnect between Art and Industry?
Sadly, it seems there'll be no Leather this week. Once again, there's just too much to be done, and by the time I get home I'm way too tired to consider writing. And so it'll be a poetic week instead. This is another poem written as a response to a painting from an Art History… Continue reading Poetry: Another Late Night
Welcome once again to the Myth of the Week. I've been putting together a list of myth requests from those folks what answered the last couple of open calls, to make sure I don't forget any of the ones I can answer (sadly, I don't always have the answer. I wish that I did.) What… Continue reading The Arrogant Writer and the Beached Mermaid
This was one of those nice, simple myths that would be fun to write that turned into seventy five hundred words. Still, I had fun doing it, and that's a cool thing. If nothing else, it proves that yes, I am still a writer, and that's always good. Wednesday, when I described the premise to… Continue reading Why can we walk past beautiful artwork without noticing it?