A big invitation
Sunday, February 19, 2006

Well it's sunday morning and I just got done reading everyons comments on my stuff...shiny. You all esp. liked the "My ride" too..Tell you what, I ever win the lottery, I swear I'm gonna build my house to look just like the Ship..And you are all invited to dinner..wont be much, probably just protien in all the colors of the rainbow...and maybe some mudders milk...:0)

PS keep the requests comming I enjoy hearing what you all want to see me try.....


Tuesday, February 21, 2006 10:05 AM


All depends.... Are you serving protein cubes?

Sunday, February 19, 2006 2:34 PM


One of the scenes I'm dying to see you do with Mal is the one in the pilot where Kaylee is waking up in the infirmary after being shot. The kindness on Mal's face in that scene just gets me every time. This:
is one of my favorite screenshots I've seen. The only thing is it doesn't show his eyes too well, which is a pity since you draw them so beautifully. Mybe there's a slightly different one that would work better?

I can't wait for you to win the lottery so I can visit your ship:)

Sunday, February 19, 2006 12:18 PM


Shiny. I like the way you think. I'll bring some strawberries.

Sunday, February 19, 2006 11:10 AM


Your talent never ceases to amaze me. All I can say is that I'd love to see more Wash. But then, I always want more Wash.

Sunday, February 19, 2006 7:48 AM


i'm buying you a lottery ticket

actually, im not old enough to legally buy lottery tickets... but you get the idea

for the sequel (WHEN it happens, NOT if) i really think whoever's in charge of advertising aught to use fanart- at elast then its insured that teh creator of the art has actually seen teh show. and they should defanitly use a goodly chunk of yours

Sunday, February 19, 2006 6:14 AM


Wa Cao!

Just started looking through your stuff, and I think my brain just exploded... Excuse my while I pick up the pieces.

I've seen some true crap out there. Most of it's my stick drawings. Yours is on a par with professional artists making a ton of cashy money doing commissioned work.

You should seriously either consider making prints of it and selling them at a convention and on e-bay, or mailing off a few prints to Joss himself. (Not the originals, not unless you're paid excessively well for them.)

I won't comment on your stuff.

There's just...

There isn't words.


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