It’s been a while since I posted anything personal on here… And even longer since I posted something I drew. I figured I’d post a little something.
As of late, I’ve worked on the above picture. I poured several hours of my free time into making this.
700x700; 490,000 pixels and a multitude of headaches later… Here it is; a completed pixel-cover art for the upcoming EP from Wireless Blue, a Montréal Progressive Rock band!
This 2nd EP titled 7 is due for release on July 28th 2014 on their Bandcamp page. You can also head over there right now and listen to their first EP Made In Space. Or look them up on YouTube!
I love this
"you come here often?"
"hey baby did it hurt when you fell from heaven-"
"FAVOR THE BOW, EH? I’M A SWORD MAN MYSELF"
"hey let me buy you a drin-"
"LET ME GUESS: SOMEONE STOLE YOUR SWEET ROLL?"
"I LIKE SHORTS! THEY’RE COMFY AND EASY TO WEAR!"
"SOMETIMES, I DREAM ABOUT CHEESE"
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omg this is like
what you think you look like eating
what somewhere deep down you are a little worried you actually look like eating.
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In Absentia was all written before Gavin came on; even the drum parts were kind of programmed. But it’s one of those times sometimes in life when everything comes together. I’d written these songs and I was very much more interested at that time—having worked with Opeth—in the idea of combining a more kind of brutal or metal aspect back again into the fabric of the music. At the same time Gavin came along and Gavin was a very different drummer to our previous drummer, Chris Maitland. He was much more of a powerhouse and he was much more technical. He had more of a contemporary edge to his sound so it was just one of those really lucky things that he just came in and he played those songs and just blew everyone away and everything just kind of came together. And of course it was the first record we made for our new label and we got signed to a big American label for the first time [Lava Records]. Gavin was the final piece of that equation in a way—he just totally raised the bar in terms of not just the drumming but just the musicianship right throughout the band. Everyone was listening to Gavin and saying, “Fuck, wow. We really need to step up our game.”
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