I’ve resisted posting anything to this site for the last couple of months since a new site is in the works. Seeing as it’s not quite finished, I should make a quick update.
I’ve been growing Sideshow Massacre, taking on new clients, new challenges and have even gotten into new equipment.
Sideshow Massacre can now do decals and vinyl graphics. All of those illustrative things we do can now be turned into heavy duty, all weather decals and installed practically anywhere. Now the quest is on for clientele, trying to explain that we don’t ONLY do vomit and peens.
2013 is already shaping up to be mind blowing. Huge plans are in the works (starting with finally dropping the new site). More shows, more art, more deviant behaviour.
Check us out on Facebook for the regular updates and anything interesting we’re doing when not posting here.
Thanks again to Clawmageddon at Foxhound Digital for bringing the grotesque to life.
Darryl from the unstoppably creative Skit For Brains. Took it upon himself to do a little Sideshow Massacre animation. I was blown away by the unexpected gesture and unbelievable result.
There are two versions. Watch both (they’re really short) and leave your opinions at the bottom.
Check these out and then head over to SFB’s website (link above, or to the right in my blargroll)>
Second Version, what do you think?
A ways back I posted about painting a second car. Adding a robo-hobo to the hood of a hot Silvia. I also mentioned that due to the massive amount of pictures taken by my partner-in-crime, I would be able to do a step by step of sorts.
Well, it happened. I just forgot to link it here. If you haven’t checked out Instructables you should, and my tutorial would be a great place to start. Right below, keep reading.
As always, I’m interested in peoples thoughts/opinions, I’ll even take some trolling.
You’re nobody until someone hates you.
There will be a few posts tonight to clog up people’s feeds. I seem to post in bursts, there are always things going on but sometimes I like to wait until my work is out in the general public before I talk about it here.
This first post is just superfluous. Simple things that have made me happy the last couple of weeks.
Secretly smuggled, foreign drinks.
Supplies and experiments.
As always, keep reading. Comment if you want me to keep posting, comment if you want me to stop.
Back in a minute.
Just to make sure I double-blip on everyone’s interweb, I’m making another quick post. After some delays, the perk packages from my Indie GoGo fundraising are all ready to go. I’m thrilled with how everything turned out and still blown away by the generosity extended to me.
I also have to give a huge shout out to Dustin at Cloud City Merchandising again. He has come through over and over with all my printing needs, I’ll post up the new buttons and hoodies very soon.
You guys are awesome.
Just a couple of things to tell both my fans. I’m still finishing up the last of the perks for those that supported me through Indie GoGo, there’s been a slight hold-up with the buttons but everything is just about ready to go.
As I mentioned in a previous post, Cloud City Merchandising is up and running. Dustin did my first run of broken hearted robot shirts, I’ve been doing artwork for his various t-shirt the last little while. Check out his page and the pictures. Unbelievable guy to work with, I wish him massive success in his new endeavor.
Background and text by Dustin of Cloud City, robot by me. I’ll have a full size pic up in commission work soon.
I’ve also joined the 13 Flames Empire Team doing flatting (basic colouring duties) on their Zombie Jesus graphic novel. Check out their page, like it…or don’t…I recommend do.
Zombie Jesus #2 Cover.
Design by Tim Vigil
Colours by Lawrence Denvir
More updates coming, some with extra pictures.
There’s an art show coming up at the beginning of April, more on that later. I know how boring all these words can be.