Monthly Archives: June 2015

Brick and the EMP blaster

  My sketching abilities are coming along a little, I think… or else maybe I’m falling back on the more familiar forms of comic book-style bruisers. Here I’ve shown Brick from his story in Three Weeks Before Doomsday. You might … Continue reading

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Kickstarter lab for writers: updating backers

I know a guy who’s two years late with his Kickstarter delivery. Actually, that’s not entirely uncommon in successful projects, but all his backers are still perfectly happy—all because he keeps them regularly updated about the process. When people invest … Continue reading

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Thunder drones and lightning drones from Ghost Storm

  These two drone types are central to the villain’s plans in Ghost Storm. The thunder drones swarm an area by the thousands and use microwave emissions to alter the temperature and humidity of a region to tamper with larger … Continue reading

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Casting call for Mad Science Institute audio book narrator

Production: Mad Science Institute Non-Union Production Size: Independent Project Length: Audio Book ~ 5 finished hours Project Format: Digital Audio Posted On: 6/24/2015 Production Location: Everett, WA Production Company: Siege Tower Entertainment Auditioning Online Only Email: sechin@sechintower.com Compensation: $400 flat … Continue reading

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Kickstarter lab for writers: working with vendors

When you order Kickstarter rewards for your backers—be they diploma covers, t-shirts, or even copies of the book itself— you just can’t help biting your nails in anxiety. Will it look as good as the computer-generated mock-up online? Will your … Continue reading

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Choop

Choop got his name when the members of the Institute mistook him for a Chupacabra. As such, his curious nature and stealth abilities make him the perfect mascot for the Institute. Choop’s actual origin is even more strange: he’s a clone … Continue reading

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