Reman Mythology: The Online Novel
December 08, 2010
In case anyone is searching for my maiden name (Amy Kim Ganter) and wondering what I'm up to, I thought I'd leave a notice here that my old webcomic Reman Mythology has been steadily updating as an illustrated novel, entitled "Rema," over at http://remanmyth.blogspot.com.
The writing is rough as I've had no formal training, and it has its flaws, but if you read the webcomic in the past and enjoyed it I'm pretty sure you'll like the novelization as well. It has much in common with webcomic -- it's still a story of Tabby, Philip, and how their relationship changes the world -- but so much is different, you're sure to be surprised.
Yes, this is the book I've worked on for the last five years in isolation. It's the novel I've been blogging about since 2007, and it is a labor of love. I'm so glad to finally share it with anyone willing to give it a read.
Thank you so much to anyone who supported me and this story over the years. The only way I can think of repaying you for your interest is to see this project through to end. I hope you'll enjoy reading it as much as I love writing it!
Other places you can find me --
My regular art blog: http://felaxx.blogspot.com
Twitter (I tweet alot): http://twitter.com/amykibuishi
Tumblr (mostly reblogs): http://felaxx.tumblr.com
New Blog, New Projects.
October 12, 2010
Now to redesign the rest of my website... :P
March 24, 2010
Two -- count 'em -- TWO art posts in a row! ... Don't worry. I won't make this a habit.
This is straight up 2B pencil on smooth bristol. Chapter one sample illustration for the book I'm working on:
Also, a photo of me and my l'il bumpkin from a day ago:
March 21, 2010
Sure is dusty in here. Phew! Hi, whoever is poking their heads in here. I am still alive, actively updating my twitter account (of course!). Don't worry, you haven't missed much. I only started tweeting a couple weeks ago.
I have finally gotten around to uploading a drawing, and here it is! It is a china marker study for a larger piece I plan on doing. I really enjoyed using the china marker, it is very forgiving. :)
Those are all characters in my latest book project (except the demons are kind of random). Yes, the dolphin is included! I really love drawing them and they're so much fun to write. I'm still tweaking and perfecting my manuscript before sending it anywhere, so don't hold your breath! It'll still be a long while before it sees the light of day.
In other news, our son Juni is doing great. He is now 4.5 months old, and his personality is really starting to show. He's curious, very observant, and likes to be with people. Maybe all babies are like that, but this is what I've noticed about him! You can see recent pictures of him on the flickr account I share with Kazu, if you'd like.
Obviously, I won't be updating this website all too often. I still want to give the whole thing an overhaul. I even have a design set up! But finding the time between writing my book project and taking care of Juni in order to update my website is unrealistic.
For now, please add me if you use twitter (username: @Merofi), and I will continue to post sketches when available. See you there!
My life for the last two weeks...
November 19, 2009
And all is well. More pics of our new son if anyone needs to see it: http://www.flickr.com/photos/studioamzu/sets/72157622715273185/detail/
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