The Life of Glych
Moving…

I have found other hosting and will be moving the website in the next 3 weeks, so things will be wonky for a while. Please stand by.

Lately, I’ve been working on a television pilot down in Temecula. That project is currently on hold until all of the equipment we need can be secured. This opens up my calendar some so I’ll be painting more on this Metropolis for a client. Pics to come!

Pilots

I’ve been very busy working on a television pilot. News coming soon.

The Life of Glych

Things have shifted in the life of Glych. Creating sci fi armor for so long was a great distraction from my true passion of comics, but it’s time to return to what I know. I’m glad the work I’ve done is behind me and don’t regret the experience. applying what I’ve learned to a production of my own in the future has been flashing behind my eyes as a what if, but that will happen in time. For now I have other projects. It’s going to be a busy year for me. I have some storyboard work and a few paintings already on the table and it’s not even the 20th of January.

Comics are coming… Here’s a sneak peak.

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I’m also going to get No Stereotypes back up as well as The Experiment this year. I’ll follow the progression for you here in the future. Here’s the current queue of paintings:

1930s Metropolis scene of Maria on the table, expanded to include all of the major players.

Inspector Poirot and ensemble in front of his apartment building.

Assassin’s Creed Altier fighting guards above a crowded marketplace.

Boba Fett hunting Yoda on Dagoba.

Batman surprising a bunch of thugs by jumping in the center and kicking ass.

A zombie eating the heart out of a 1950s pinup girl.

Some presents for friends and family for the heck of it.

Sledgehammer, Sledgehammer, Sledgehammer…

Things have been picking up on the Sledgehammer armor build which is the main reason I’ve been incommunicado. I do plan on getting NS up and running again, but have yet to have the chance to track down the old archives. Patience, my pets.