I wasn’t sure what to think a few months back when I was given a link to the trailer of Cat Shit One with no further information.
It has this Watership Downish feel to it, and thus my soul keeps preparing to be depressed while watching that.
Apparently it’s based off a manga series, called Apocalypse Meow in English, by Motofumi Kobayashi. The manga was based in Vietnam; the movie is set in the Middle East. Hmm. It will be developed into an anime, too. It’s just that good.
But that’s not why I’m posting today. I’m posting because the ridiculousness of Japanese movies has led me to watch yet another bizarre trailer that I’m not sure I’d be able to endure for more than the length of 4 minutes:
A logo for my (sometimes NSFW) drama/action comic, Lovefeast. Lovefeast is about the strange relationships that occur when people have nothing left to lose. And, well, all the supernatural spirit-type stuff can…affect things, too. There’s a lot of love, and a lot of blood. This logo captures the energy of both. There is also […]
2007-2013. An older conceptual piece I decided to call finished this year. Originally this artwork was to be for a scrapped comic concept called Moon Puma. The premise was based around a girl who became exiled, who teamed up with Moon Puma — a cursed, alleged murderer who transforms into an elephant-sized puma at night. […]