It’s day 3 y’all. I’ll keep it kinda short? I’m workin’ all day. I’m playin’ video games. I’m drinkin’ beer and watchin’ the televisions. For whatever reason the instrumental I worked on today has a similar rhythm to the one from yesterday, but I think they are pretty different. Clowns am I right? Time for sleep.
In which I decided I need to add more categories to my website. And here we are on day 2. As you can see, yesterday I was trying to reload the cartridge in my quill pen and I had the brilliant idea to squeeze the hell out of it until ink came out of the tip. To continue this slightly sordid yarn, ink exploded out of my pen in a glorious, if quick an unsatisfying fashion. The ink also bled through a few pages. No harm done right? It’s not October yet, and I still have a bit of time, but I can see that I need to start doing this earlier so I can take more time on the arts and the colorings and whatnot. Also, I’m finally about to play The Last of Us, and boy am I jazzed as all hell. Before I wrap, my wife and I are enjoying the 2012 cartoon Unsupervised, which I only now realized for whatever reason that the show is titled that because the main characters don’t have parents. It’s on Netflix. It’s late! I must sleep!
For (what I would guess to be) a handful of years, I’ve tried to do some iteration of “lets-do-something-everyday-in-October.” “Ink-tober” is what the kids call, what I’d like to suppose is, drawing a picture everyday in October. “Beat-tober” (which I’m not sure if Jesse and I made up or not) is what I’d presume is the title of fashioning a beat every day in October. I dub this October “Stink-tober,” in which I will attempt to do both every day of this hallowed month.
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Jesse Ray, my Doomtrain Studios partner, and I are working on a (hopefully) weekly comic, in which Jesse divines hilarious quips and situational pop-culture faux pas and illustrates them, and then I color them in like a 5-year-old. Follow all of our Instagram channels, you know you want to.
My name is Michael Muranaka. I create art and produce music. I make a living doing freelance Web Design projects, primarily Wordpress Customization and Front-End design. While I'm not freelancing I also create fonts, draw comics, make video games, create unsettling animations, and co-host a podcast with my friend Jesse.