Monday Blog Dump
I have more than one thing to talk about today.
Color me thrilled:
I’ve been doing a good job of keeping PvP on time since the new site went up, but I still don’t have a significant buffer of strips. This is something I would like to achieve, so I’ve decided to work smarter and not harder. I have enlisted the help of Mary Cagle, my one time intern, to take over coloring chores. I’ve done this in the hopes that the extra time I spent coloring I can use to get even further ahead on writing, drawing and inking.
I’m not sure if it’s going to work, but I do know that her colors are amazing, make my characters really pop and that the strip has never looked better. I have a feeling I’m going to be hiring her on as PvP’s full time colorist.
You should all follow Mary on twitter. She goes by @cubewatermelon. Tell her how amazing her colors are and check out her webcomic Kiwi Blitz.
PAX is coming
PAX prime is right around the corner, and I couldn’t be more pumped up about anything right now. PAX Prime is my favorite show of the year and I can’t wait to see you all there. So much is happening at and around this show:
As you know, Kris and I are bookmarking PAX with two live shows at the Triple Door. This is going to be insane. Special guests include Paul and Storm, MC Frontalot, Stepto, my brother and Kris’ beard. Mama Mia, pizzaria, it’s gonna be a good time.
I’m also doing a couple panels at PAX:
An Afternoon with Scott and Kris
- Kris and I are going to hold court for 50 minutes and tell you about all the things we love and are working on and NO WE ARE NOT GETTING DRUNK ON THIS PANEL (but you can bring us booze to drink later).
Acquisitions Incorporated: The Lost Episode - It’s live D&D at PAX again and I hope that in this installment, Binwin can finally get Aeofel to forgive him for splitting the party and getting him killed (probably not).
An evening with Scott Kurtz - Hey, let’s bring it down a notch. This is the panel where we shut the doors and I open my heart and tell you stories I shouldn’t tell you and then we all keep it to ourselves and it’s a very special night that nobody else but us got to have. I’ve done this twice before and I’m very much looking forward to doing it again. I promise that at some point during this panel we’re all going to have a good cry.