doronjosama: (armyofme)
It's officially the last day to get anything in for either Genus #93 or Genus Male #10! If you had stuff you wanted to send to us for either book, THE TIME IS NOW. We're definitely going to have Genus Male #10 at Further Confusion; hoping we'll be able to have Genus #93 there as well (depends on the time it takes at the binders; the stapled comics take less time to produce).

Status so far for both books:
GENUS #93 (48 pages): Cover by DAQ, a great long story by ReDaDillio, a short piece by Dennis Clark, illos by several people so far (still making my final count- I'm in the middle of it). Straight or lesbian anthropomorphic material, adults only rating (so at least, it has to have some nudity in it).

GENUS MALE #10 (32-48 pages, depending): Cover is already scheduled (waiting for it to arrive at the moment); story by Tabitha R. Jones & JK Blacklin, story by Tredain & DarkZel, illos by Michele Light & ReDaDillio, a couple more things I have to look over still. Gay male anthropomorphic material, adults only rating (so again, at least some nudity in it).

Let me know in the comments if you've got anything for this, and get used to seeing these posts weekly until it's time to send the books to press! If you already have something for either book, please email the files to Will at willworks AT gmail DOT com. Please include all important information with submissions, including real name, pen name (if you have one), email address, and a valid postal mailing address. This information is essential! (This is from our standard submission guidelines.)

Pages should be black and white, minimum 300 dpi, TIFF format, 6.875 inches by 10.5 inches.

Naturally, if you do not normally draw adult material, DO NOT force yourself to draw adult material. If you don't like drawing such stuff, it will show in your work and the readers can totally pick up on that. ^_^;

(Now the legal stuff: Submission does not guarantee publication. We reserve the right to refuse publication on the basis of quality, unacceptable material/themes, or space available.)
doronjosama: (indy)
Reposting this again, because we're getting down to the wire on these books, and it's looking like promised material may be falling through in some cases (life gets in the way, can't be helped, but that doesn't change the fact we need the books printed by Further Confusion in order to make enough to pay off the printing costs!)

The deed is done; these books are scheduled officially! Genus #93 will be in the new format we've been doing, and will carried by Diamond Distribution (plus Haven and the various furry distro houses). Genus Male #10 is the TENTH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE, and will be regular comic format (as it's always been), and carried by Haven Distribution and the various furry distro houses.

Thus it's DEADLINE TIME! Both these books are scheduled for January release, to coincide with Further Confusion. As FC is earlier this year (Jan. 13-17, instead of around the 25th, as it usually is), this means we have to seriously get cracking on these books! They have the same deadline, since they have to be done at the same time. Also, Xmas falls in the middle of the production time, so that always slows up the works.

The ABSOLUTE LATEST you can get things to me for publication is: DECEMBER 15, 2010.

Status so far for both books:
GENUS #93 (48 pages): Cover by DAQ, a great long story by ReDaDillio, a short piece by Dennis Clark; still room inside for stories/illustrations. (Possibly a Karno story as well, have to double check my files.) Straight or lesbian anthropomorphic material, adults only rating (so at least, it has to have some nudity in it).

GENUS MALE #10 (32-48 pages, depending): Cover is already scheduled (waiting for it to arrive at the moment); story by Tabitha R. Jones & JK Blacklin, illos by Michele Light; still room inside for stories/illustrations. Gay male anthropomorphic material, adults only rating (so again, at least some nudity in it).

Let me know in the comments if you've got anything for this, and get used to seeing these posts weekly until it's time to send the books to press! If you already have something for either book, please email the files to Will at willworks AT gmail DOT com. Please include all important information with submissions, including real name, pen name (if you have one), email address, and a valid postal mailing address. This information is essential!

Pages should be black and white, minimum 300 dpi, TIFF format, 6.875 inches by 10.5 inches.

Naturally, if you do not normally draw adult material, DO NOT force yourself to draw adult material. If you don't like drawing such stuff, it will show in your work and the readers can totally pick up on that. ^_^;

(Now the legal stuff: Submission does not guarantee publication. We reserve the right to refuse publication on the basis of quality, unacceptable material/themes, or space available.)
doronjosama: (heil)
Reposting, because this is *really* important!

The deed is done; these books are scheduled officially! Genus #93 will be in the new format we've been doing, and will carried by Diamond Distribution (plus Haven and the various furry distro houses). Genus Male #10 is the TENTH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE, and will be regular comic format (as it's always been), and carried by Haven Distribution and the various furry distro houses.

Thus it's DEADLINE TIME! Both these books are scheduled for January release, to coincide with Further Confusion. As FC is earlier this year (Jan. 13-17, instead of around the 25th, as it usually is), this means we have to seriously get cracking on these books! They have the same deadline, since they have to be done at the same time. Also, Xmas falls in the middle of the production time, so that always slows up the works.

The ABSOLUTE LATEST you can get things to me for publication is: DECEMBER 15, 2010.

Status so far for both books:
GENUS #93 (48 pages): Cover by DAQ, a great long story by ReDaDillio, a short piece by Dennis Clark; still room inside for stories/illustrations. (Possibly a Karno story as well, have to double check my files.) Straight or lesbian anthropomorphic material, adults only rating (so at least, it has to have some nudity in it).

GENUS MALE #10 (32-48 pages, depending): Cover is already scheduled (waiting for it to arrive at the moment); story by Tabitha R. Jones & JK Blacklin; still room inside for stories/illustrations. Gay male anthropomorphic material, adults only rating (so again, at least some nudity in it).

Let me know in the comments if you've got anything for this, and get used to seeing these posts weekly until it's time to send the books to press! If you already have something for either book, please email the files to Will at willworks AT gmail DOT com. Please include all important information with submissions, including real name, pen name (if you have one), email address, and a valid postal mailing address. This information is essential!

Pages should be black and white, minimum 300 dpi, TIFF format, 6.875 inches by 10.5 inches.

Naturally, if you do not normally draw adult material, DO NOT force yourself to draw adult material. If you don't like drawing such stuff, it will show in your work and the readers can totally pick up on that. ^_^;

(Now the legal stuff: Submission does not guarantee publication. We reserve the right to refuse publication on the basis of quality, unacceptable material/themes, or space available.)
doronjosama: (armyofme)
The deed is done; these books are scheduled officially! Genus #93 will be in the new format we've been doing, and will carried by Diamond Distribution (plus Haven and the various furry distro houses). Genus Male #10 is the TENTH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE, and will be regular comic format (as it's always been), and carried by Haven Distribution and the various furry distro houses.

Thus it's DEADLINE TIME! Both these books are scheduled for January release, to coincide with Further Confusion. As FC is earlier this year (Jan. 13-17, instead of around the 25th, as it usually is), this means we have to seriously get cracking on these books! They have the same deadline, since they have to be done at the same time. Also, Xmas falls in the middle of the production time, so that always slows up the works.

The ABSOLUTE LATEST you can get things to me for publication is: DECEMBER 15, 2010.

Status so far for both books:
GENUS #93 (48 pages): Cover by DAQ, a great long story by ReDaDillio, a short piece by Dennis Clark; still room inside for stories/illustrations. (Possibly a Karno story as well, have to double check my files.) Straight or lesbian anthropomorphic material, adults only rating (so at least, it has to have some nudity in it).

GENUS MALE #10 (32-48 pages, depending): Cover is already scheduled (waiting for it to arrive at the moment); story by Tabitha R. Jones & JK Blacklin; still room inside for stories/illustrations. Gay male anthropomorphic material, adults only rating (so again, at least some nudity in it).

Let me know in the comments if you've got anything for this, and get used to seeing these posts weekly until it's time to send the books to press! If you already have something for either book, please email the files to Will at willworks AT gmail DOT com. Please include all important information with submissions, including real name, pen name (if you have one), email address, and a valid postal mailing address. This information is essential!

Pages should be black and white, minimum 300 dpi, TIFF format, 6.875 inches by 10.5 inches.

Naturally, if you do not normally draw adult material, DO NOT force yourself to draw adult material. If you don't like drawing such stuff, it will show in your work and the readers can totally pick up on that. ^_^;

(Now the legal stuff: Submission does not guarantee publication. We reserve the right to refuse publication on the basis of quality, unacceptable material/themes, or space available.)
doronjosama: (pengu)
It has been crazy busy all last month and this month looks to get even busier, as A-Kon 20 approaches! Here's what is on my plate:

--turn in our last twp floppy comics to the printers; those would be Genus #91 and Genus Presents: Bun-Buns #1. After those two, we will be concentrating wholly on putting comics on our websites, and doing semi-annual perfect bound books and graphic novel collections of stuff that debuts online. The comic industry has changed, and we are changing with it!

--get more stuff prepped to post to Radio Comix Online. Coming soon: Havoc, Inc., Trouble Express, Bureau of Mana Investigation and a Furrlough section! Ebin & May has already started, and has been updating like clockwork, thanks to the tireless efforts of [livejournal.com profile] smudge_dragon.

--The Radio Comix Forum is back online, and already chugging along with our usual brand of lively discussion! Go check it out!

--As I said before, A-Kon 20 is coming up, and once again, I am working staff for the show (this is in addition to doing panels as a guest of the kon, and running the Radio tables in the dealer's room... I am apparently a glutton for punishment). Cosplay Staff, to be specific, which means I'm already up to my ears in entry forms and show scheduling. ^_^ Since it is the 20th anniversary of A-Kon, [livejournal.com profile] veltonkyle and I are trying to put together a video clip of past A-Kon cosplay to open the show with; fingers crossed we'll be able to get it done in time for the show!

--Still have to prep all the stock for A-Kon, and get it all packed up. Also, somewhat related, there's going to be a lot of work in the storage units in my future, as we finish the organization process there that [livejournal.com profile] matthigh started.

--Still have to get things arranged for Anthrocon; I'm running behind on that stuff, but hopefully I can get it managed in time.

--Chunking more stuff so we can move once our lease on the Radio apartment expires. Even though we just moved last year, there's still tons of stuff to go through, pack or get rid of. This is consuming my brain.

--Planning the wedding reception [livejournal.com profile] suarez and I didn't get to do last year. (We were married by the justice of the peace at the courthouse; the reception was always planned to be this year in October.) I admit, I am not concentrating on this enough and need to step up my game on it asap!

--Dealing with more day to day business stuff, mail order, auctions, etc. There's lots of that to deal with, and the auctions are important because I need to clear out more of this accumulate STUFF so we can move! To that end, auction plugs to follow this paragraph. ^_^ The FurBuy part is empty at the moment, but I will have fresh ones posted by the evening of 5/8/09, so check back!

AUCTIONS:
New eBay auctions are here in this link!
New FurBuy auctions are here in this link! (NSFW!)

That's everything I can think of now; no doubt I am forgetting something important! I'll make a fresh post when I remember it!
doronjosama: (Default)
It has been crazy busy all last month and this month looks to get even busier, as A-Kon 20 approaches! Here's what is on my plate:

--turn in our last twp floppy comics to the printers; those would be Genus #91 and Genus Presents: Bun-Buns #1. After those two, we will be concentrating wholly on putting comics on our websites, and doing semi-annual perfect bound books and graphic novel collections of stuff that debuts online. The comic industry has changed, and we are changing with it!

--get more stuff prepped to post to Radio Comix Online. Coming soon: Havoc, Inc., Trouble Express, Bureau of Mana Investigation and a Furrlough section! Ebin & May has already started, and has been updating like clockwork, thanks to the tireless efforts of [livejournal.com profile] smudge_dragon.

--The Radio Comix Forum is back online, and already chugging along with our usual brand of lively discussion! Go check it out!

--As I said before, A-Kon 20 is coming up, and once again, I am working staff for the show (this is in addition to doing panels as a guest of the kon, and running the Radio tables in the dealer's room... I am apparently a glutton for punishment). Cosplay Staff, to be specific, which means I'm already up to my ears in entry forms and show scheduling. ^_^ Since it is the 20th anniversary of A-Kon, [livejournal.com profile] veltonkyle and I are trying to put together a video clip of past A-Kon cosplay to open the show with; fingers crossed we'll be able to get it done in time for the show!

--Still have to prep all the stock for A-Kon, and get it all packed up. Also, somewhat related, there's going to be a lot of work in the storage units in my future, as we finish the organization process there that [livejournal.com profile] matthigh started.

--Still have to get things arranged for Anthrocon; I'm running behind on that stuff, but hopefully I can get it managed in time.

--Chunking more stuff so we can move once our lease on the Radio apartment expires. Even though we just moved last year, there's still tons of stuff to go through, pack or get rid of. This is consuming my brain.

--Planning the wedding reception [livejournal.com profile] suarez and I didn't get to do last year. (We were married by the justice of the peace at the courthouse; the reception was always planned to be this year in October.) I admit, I am not concentrating on this enough and need to step up my game on it asap!

--Dealing with more day to day business stuff, mail order, auctions, etc. There's lots of that to deal with, and the auctions are important because I need to clear out more of this accumulate STUFF so we can move! To that end, auction plugs to follow this paragraph. ^_^ The FurBuy part is empty at the moment, but I will have fresh ones posted by the evening of 5/8/09, so check back!

AUCTIONS:
New eBay auctions are here in this link!
New FurBuy auctions are here in this link! (NSFW!)

That's everything I can think of now; no doubt I am forgetting something important! I'll make a fresh post when I remember it!
doronjosama: (armyofme)
Yes, it's almost time to go to another convention, thus it's time for me to make a to-do list. We will be at Anthrocon in Pittsburgh the weekend of June 26-29!

Here is everything I need to get done before we leave for the con (in the cut):
Read more... )

IMPORTANT!
If you are an artist who has done work for us and you will be at Anthrocon, LET ME KNOW NOW! I am going to the storage unit tomorrow to pull trib copy comics, since I MUST pack them up for transport on Sunday. (Friday I work at the day job, Saturday I will be doing errands and laundry, and we leave on Tuesday.) If you tell me on Monday that you are attending the con, it will be TOO LATE for me to excavate things from the storage units.

Re: Hit the Beach #14: we have a few pages open, so if you were planning to do a swimsuit illo for it, better get it in NOW. (Or give it to us at the con.) We'll have to start putting it together as soon as we get home from the con. Please email the illo (plus your pen name, real name, and actual physical snailmail address, otherwise we can't send you trib copies) to [livejournal.com profile] willworks at willworks (at) gmail (dot) com. This issue features a brand new cover by TRUMP, so it's shaping up very nicely!

Page dimension information is located here. Standard HTB guidelines apply: it has to feature anthropomorphic characters (or anime-style cat-girl type characters), swimsuits must be involved somehow, no more than a PG-13 rating, try to avoid horizontally-oriented illos (they confuse the printers), black & white art only. (You could send color, but we'd just grayscale it.)

In other unrelated things, I really wish the rent situation was not eating every spare penny I have, because I would love to buy these brilliant "Teach the Controversy" t-shirts from Wearscience.com. They're hilarious! I especially like the elements one, the Discworld one, the psychic cards one and the dung beetle rolling the sun. They have excellent Science! t-shirts as well (which I mention since my Pop might like them).

Now, off to do massive amounts of stuff. We are driving to the con, so I am losing two days on either side of it. Argh! (That also means four days I can't work the dayjob and get paid there! Double argh!)
doronjosama: (Default)
Yes, it's almost time to go to another convention, thus it's time for me to make a to-do list. We will be at Anthrocon in Pittsburgh the weekend of June 26-29!

Here is everything I need to get done before we leave for the con (in the cut):
Read more... )

IMPORTANT!
If you are an artist who has done work for us and you will be at Anthrocon, LET ME KNOW NOW! I am going to the storage unit tomorrow to pull trib copy comics, since I MUST pack them up for transport on Sunday. (Friday I work at the day job, Saturday I will be doing errands and laundry, and we leave on Tuesday.) If you tell me on Monday that you are attending the con, it will be TOO LATE for me to excavate things from the storage units.

Re: Hit the Beach #14: we have a few pages open, so if you were planning to do a swimsuit illo for it, better get it in NOW. (Or give it to us at the con.) We'll have to start putting it together as soon as we get home from the con. Please email the illo (plus your pen name, real name, and actual physical snailmail address, otherwise we can't send you trib copies) to [livejournal.com profile] willworks at willworks (at) gmail (dot) com. This issue features a brand new cover by TRUMP, so it's shaping up very nicely!

Page dimension information is located here. Standard HTB guidelines apply: it has to feature anthropomorphic characters (or anime-style cat-girl type characters), swimsuits must be involved somehow, no more than a PG-13 rating, try to avoid horizontally-oriented illos (they confuse the printers), black & white art only. (You could send color, but we'd just grayscale it.)

In other unrelated things, I really wish the rent situation was not eating every spare penny I have, because I would love to buy these brilliant "Teach the Controversy" t-shirts from Wearscience.com. They're hilarious! I especially like the elements one, the Discworld one, the psychic cards one and the dung beetle rolling the sun. They have excellent Science! t-shirts as well (which I mention since my Pop might like them).

Now, off to do massive amounts of stuff. We are driving to the con, so I am losing two days on either side of it. Argh! (That also means four days I can't work the dayjob and get paid there! Double argh!)
doronjosama: (tired)
Last week was a week of horrible amounts of work. Not too unusual, because that's how it is in comics and how it always has been.

Summary of everything that got finished last week:
Read more... )

And that's what we did last week. Yesterday, we all basically died, since we'd all had very little sleep the week before.

In cat news, Indy and Batty got into another huge fight out of nowhere (Batty had sneaked out of the back, no one knew he was out and about), and covered each other in lacerations. We got them cleaned up last night and covered in antibiotic cream, but one of Indy's wounds is on his front haunch (near the armpit area) so he has to wear the Cone of Shame to keep him from licking the cream off. He hates it. It's a fairly shallow wound, but rather large, kind of a tear in the loose skin he has there. We are watching it closely. I am hoping very hard we won't have to take him to the vet. Don't feel too sorry for Indy though, he managed to embed a claw casing in Batty's face (which I had to pull out with tweezers), just missing the eye. Fortunately (??) Batty's wounds are all on his head, so he does not have to wear the Cone. This is good, because he can Houdini out of one in two seconds and hide it forever in the process. The bad part about Batty being all black means it's really hard to find wounds on him, so he keeps getting prodded all over to make sure he doesn't have hidden scabs. So, Indy is pissed off and miserable because of the Cone and Batty is pissed off because I keep grabbing him and poking him everywhere. Yay, cats.
doronjosama: (Default)
Last week was a week of horrible amounts of work. Not too unusual, because that's how it is in comics and how it always has been.

Summary of everything that got finished last week:
Read more... )

And that's what we did last week. Yesterday, we all basically died, since we'd all had very little sleep the week before.

In cat news, Indy and Batty got into another huge fight out of nowhere (Batty had sneaked out of the back, no one knew he was out and about), and covered each other in lacerations. We got them cleaned up last night and covered in antibiotic cream, but one of Indy's wounds is on his front haunch (near the armpit area) so he has to wear the Cone of Shame to keep him from licking the cream off. He hates it. It's a fairly shallow wound, but rather large, kind of a tear in the loose skin he has there. We are watching it closely. I am hoping very hard we won't have to take him to the vet. Don't feel too sorry for Indy though, he managed to embed a claw casing in Batty's face (which I had to pull out with tweezers), just missing the eye. Fortunately (??) Batty's wounds are all on his head, so he does not have to wear the Cone. This is good, because he can Houdini out of one in two seconds and hide it forever in the process. The bad part about Batty being all black means it's really hard to find wounds on him, so he keeps getting prodded all over to make sure he doesn't have hidden scabs. So, Indy is pissed off and miserable because of the Cone and Batty is pissed off because I keep grabbing him and poking him everywhere. Yay, cats.

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