Built From Human Parts: Current Status & Contributors – 3/21/17

Current timeline for this ever growing project of mine (and now, many others): – Final prose versions and final comic pages July-August. – Completed book ready by October. I will be getting four illustrators to provide drawings to sprinkle throughout the prose stories in a week or two. I’ve got a cover design in mind and will have some super […]

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Teaser Rough Layouts – Afterimage

Steve Ormosi (w) and Edwin Den Ouden (a) are moving ahead towards starting on their final artwork for their comic, Afterimage. In honor of this I present to you a few pages of the rough layouts with no context… The rest of this post can be read on Patreon.

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Tiny sneak peek: Paintings are Scraped – Steve Toase

Above, man made clouds by Dutch artists Berndnaut Smilde.  Nimbus Atlas, 2015.http://www.berndnaut.nl Tonight I sent some stuff to who will hopefully be the voice actress reading at least one of the prose stories. I realized it was the first time I had shared any of the stories with someone not directly involved with the book portion of this project. Here […]

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Origin Story: BUILT FROM HUMAN PARTS

Back in 2012, not too long after I relocated to Burbank, Ca (For the second time), I had this made. I had a couple of them made, actually, just as a test for a few different print-on-demand sites for t-shirts. The rest of this post is available over at Patreon.

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Built From Human Parts: Current Contributors – 2/1/17

Casual list of those involved at this moment in time, with links for more information if available. All information on them was unearthed by me from their grossly unused personal sites because I requested to be given some simple information on themselves and their stories in their own words but, well, you know how ~reliable~ these artists types are. These […]

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What will BUILT FROM HUMAN PARTS be?

What is Built From Human Parts? BUILT FROM HUMAN PARTS strives to be a storytelling anthology that explores the modern world – both its nightmares and its heroes – by way of examining what advancements in technology and culture have allowed us to uncover about ourselves and the world we live in while also wondering about the mysteries that have […]

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