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  1.  (2004.101)
    Why not another page from The Weird Adventures of Jenny Strange?

    Page Two

    And, since artist Sami Makkonen and I met on The engine, a page from Junk

    Junk Page One

    (Working version, so the mispelling has been corrected, and the finished version is slightly lighter.)
  2.  (2004.102)
    @ Pete Martin

    If that's not true, it should be. And if I were a Viennese tour guide, I'd tell people that whether it was true or not.

    @ Justin Jordan

    Jenny Strange! Woo!
  3.  (2004.103)

    Paper collage, ink, photograph
    • CommentAuthorbyronotron
    • CommentTimeApr 27th 2008 edited
    Panel One: Nader, still cloaked in his proxy mask, has been recording the entire scene, while occasionally taking a few screen grabs by pretending he's holding a camera and clicking with his right index finger. Suddenly a voice comes from the audience in front of him.

    Script Link

    (Edited by Ariana: Link your fiction, thank you. Excerpts may slide, but a full page makes iffy with the rules.)
  4.  (2004.105)
    pink dancers

    153/365 got to get you into my life

    butterfly mask
  5.  (2004.106)
    I cartoon. Check out Living with Toys.

    I recently did a three-page story featuring an enraged Alfred Lord Tennyson. Here they are.

    • CommentTimeApr 27th 2008 edited
    My photos are becoming increasingly abstract.

    I want some larger pieces to frame and hang. These are part of a test run for the kind of style I'm going for.

    red blades of grass dandelion

    There's very little post-processing here. They're mostly the result of an old oscilloscope camera's lens, a cardboard tube, a DSLR and liberal amounts of gaffer's tape.

    EDIT: @thewaltonsare - That's one of the best tattoo ideas I've ever seen.
  6.  (2004.108)

    Hearing someone call it gaffer's tape brought a tear to my eye, oh how many times over the past few years have I had to follow that up with "The tape on my tool belt, the one sitting on top of that box. Yes I have a tool belt."

    You may have just made my whole night.
    • CommentTimeApr 27th 2008
    On Saturday April 26th, 365tomorrows posted our 1000th story. 365 has been the home of a new piece of short SciFi on the web every day since August 1st, 2005, and with an average of five hundred words a story, those thousand fictional tomorrows from amateur writers from around the world sum up to half a million words. I think we're ready for half a million more.
    • CommentTimeApr 27th 2008

    Those photos are terrific!
  7.  (2004.111)
    And my attempt at photo manipulation. The plane is Warren's from his flickr stream.

  8.  (2004.112)
    A sort of new music & music video...for my music project, Theory Anesthetic
    I didnt release it until couple days ago for some reason.
    Thank you to The Meltdowns for doing their dance in front of my camera.

    i dont think i can embed it so...
    visit here for
    Original Filth
    • CommentAuthorchris g
    • CommentTimeApr 27th 2008
    Did some amateur urbex. Doesn't count tho. It's from one of the back rooms at work.

    Here is a comic page I made. I tried to do a Samurai Jack/letter boxed thing.
    • CommentTimeApr 27th 2008
    @everyone - I think my favourite thing about Sunday stomp is waking up on Monday morning and ogling everything that's been posted overnight. Damn, you guys are talented.
    • CommentTimeApr 27th 2008
    I did the artwork for this video, is for the Radiohead contest, funny thing is i don't even like the band
    • CommentTimeApr 27th 2008
    @JamesMacDonald - Glad to be of service. I go through pretty much the same thing too, so I feel your pain.
    • CommentTimeApr 28th 2008 edited
    @Paul Duffield
    I remember the series. I have 1,2, and 4 on VHS. Carl Macek and Fred Patten never could find a copy of 3. I used to run the local C/FO group here in Santa Monica.

    I'm working on turning a post-life John F. Kennedy Jr. into a fizzy blue hero in the afterlife.

    Here are some Japan pictures:
    Self titled
    Disney Sea SeaCraft
    Verne inspired

    and here's someone who is here as is regardless of bananas eaten:

    Saturday had this lady tell me she acted in a movie where she was schtupping Robert De Niro - and then paused with her hands a foot apart to emphasize that there was that much space between them ... it was a funny moment.
  9.  (2004.118)

    I made this with a dermatograph pencil at my "pobreskine" (cheap brazilian moleskine clone).
  10.  (2004.119)
    We were recently interviewed in a new Philippine horror magazine, about our comic book TRESE.

    TRESE creators

    TRESE interview

    i babbled more about it here...

    and here ...