It’s time for a new comic, featuring a Steampunk duo of heroes facing a terrible threat to the city of London. Oh, and this time the comic is in VIDEO form!
A couple of posts back I wrote about the problem of my site using too many resources on my host’s shared server. While the ultimate solution was revealed in that post, I’m going to share some tips that helped me improve this site’s performance by almost 100%, even though they weren’t the cause of the original issue.
Great news guys, this is my very first sponsored post here on Hypertransitory.com! Meaning I’m receiving compensation for todays Steampunk blog post.
I’ve had many opportunities to monetize this site, and between advertising and other sponsored posts, I’ve pretty much turned them all down.
Luckily for me this is something I’d blog about anyway, and I had a lot of fun creating the art you’re about to see, so I think this works out for everyone.
For the last several months, life has been pretty good. I’ve been hanging out, relaxing, having fun and doing some good work. Except -unbeknownst to me, my website had been under attack the entire time.
It’s about that time to show some more artwork on this site. So here’s my rendition of everyone’s favorite DC Comics superhero Power Girl!
I don’t know if anyone else noticed this, but marketing on the internet can be very, very tough! Or, it could be just me…
I just came out with another ebook, this time a story in the fantasy genre called “The Cold Elf”. This is the tale of how that story came to be, the art behind it, and some of my marketing plans.
It’s been quiet on this blog lately. That’s because I’ve been working on art and a lot of other projects. I figured I should actually show some of it, so I’m gonna start off with one of my favorite subjects – Marvel Comic’s Nova!
On a dried-out, dying world called Skyland, a young man attempts to break free from the grip of extremism. Unfortunately, escaping from the planet doesn’t help him escape from the burden of who he is.
The following is a tale not meant for the faint of heart. I’ve been freelance web developing, etc. for over three years now. I’ve had some great clients, but in those early days I ran into few that, in hindsight, I should have recognized as soul-sucking demons that had climbed straight from the deepest, fiery pits of HELL.
Plague Inc is a mobile game I’ve heard great things about since last year. As I played it, and took delight in destroying civilization, the thought kept going through my mind: Who would do this??
I’ve been running a few Facebook experiments using the Facebook “Boost Post” advertising feature. The short answer is, it does what it says it will do. Alas, it cost me nothing less than my very soul to discover this information.
Even though I’ve switched to Google Chrome as my primary browser, I’ve only done so because it’s just barely more speedy and efficient than using Safari. And only that because I was forced to scour the web for extensions to make the difference. This is the tale of those 10 Chrome plugins…
Those of us who blog using WordPress usually develop our own methods of writing and posting to make it more convenient and efficient for us. I’m going to outline my process here, so maybe some of you will get something out of it.
A couple of months back, Amazon announced their “Kindle Worlds” program, which allows any Joe Blow to publish a fan-fiction ebook on Amazon…and get PAID for it!
I recently had the pleasure of reading Marvel Comics: The Untold Story, and just to clarify the title, the review isn’t sad because the book was poorly written, it’s sad because it reveals the inner workings of a company known for making “funnybooks”, and it ain’t too funny at all.