Zubby Newsletter – June 4, 1999

Let me apologize for not having gotten back to everyone in the last few weeks. I’ve been running around like a chicken with its head cut off lately, but it’s been good.

I’ll have to keep this short, but:

• I’ve finally got new art posted up at my site and there will be a lot more next week when I post production artwork from Aurenya’s new project and my own summer project progress.

• I’ll have my new home address (I just moved in to a new apartment) in the next newsletter.

• I’ll be in the Toronto area for my cousin’s wedding from June 10th until June 17th.

• The studio will be getting tests from Nickelodeon, Nelvana and a couple other studios so that we can do spill work to help bring in more money. So, right after the Banff Film Festival, we’ll be tackling those.

• My first class graduated and are now on their way. Several of them have decided to join up with Aurenya and so we’re expanding again and happy to have them aboard.

• My new class starts Monday and it’ll be great getting some new blood into the system and working with some fresh new faces.

WHAT I’M READING: I’ve been obsessed with a series running every so often in Heavy Metal magazine (the sci-fi magazine, not some music head banging thing) called Second Moon by Massimo Frezzato. It’s great artwork and really cool design.

I also read a really good book about comic scriptwriting called Writers On Comic Scriptwriting by Mark Salisbury.

Other than that, things have been relatively normal (or as normal as they ever get around here).

I’ll go into more detail next week.

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