December 3, 2012

Update, and Hi*Fi Untold Tales

…Hello again. Have a page?

Okay, so, I have been up to many things. Too many things. I color comics and now I also work with a small comic epublisher, for starters. But today I want to tell you all about Hi*Fi’s Kickstarter!

Hi*Fi colour design, the comic book coloring studio I am very proud to work for, is celebrating its 15th anniversary with an anthology, Untold Tales! Many of Hi-Fi’s current and past members are contributing short stories to this anthology, including The Flash writer Brian Buccellato, studio founders Brian & Kristy Miller, Marvel colorist Jason Keith, IDW artist Dave Bryant, and more. I too will be contributing a story, a 6 page horror called The Splitfaced. To see a teaser, go here.

This is an ambitious project, and we need your help! Go to the kickstarter page and pledge, or spread the word by liking the facebook page or retweeting this. We have until December 13th to get funded for printing, please help us get there!

Thank you! I know this is late notice, and I’ve been a nonentity for a while, but I just wanted to let you all know. I hate coming back and immediately throwing something like this up, but it can’t hurt, and frankly… not sure it can help at this point. We’re a very long way off from our goal. 0_o Anyway, enjoy the update, and I will be back soon! Not next monday probably, but the one after.^^


6 Comments to Update, and Hi*Fi Untold Tales

  1. by Snowhummingbird

    On December 3, 2012 at 10:03 am

    Good to see you again, Madsniper! :D

    Ou, sounds like fun with Hi-Fi! I hope the kickstarter goes well for you and them!

    I love the teaser for Spitfaced too! That creature looks awesome xD

  2. by Robert Nowall

    On December 3, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    Ah! Made my day.

  3. by Robert Nowall

    On December 4, 2012 at 5:25 am

    Didn’t have time to arrange to send something yesterday, but I did today, a little, at least something I can afford.

  4. by Llufetsat

    On December 6, 2012 at 8:30 am

    Yay! Update!
    Glad you’ve been keeping busy.

    Also: “You’re the girl who danced at me” is inspired.

  5. by wr4ith0

    On December 17, 2012 at 2:06 am

    kek, I like the her face in the first panel. It’s like this is the first moment it dawns on her that there might be consequences to fondling strange boys as they sleep and she is mentally kicking herself for not realizing it sooner.

  6. by Shazam

    On January 7, 2013 at 9:51 pm

    If not next Monday, the one after!

    That’s great!

    Oh. >.<

    That said, hope the holidays were great, and everyone's off to a great new year. Best of luck Sniper and hope you find more time and energy for the strip. The art is gorgeous. (And obviously we all keep coming back hoping for more :) )

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