VidFest Presentation

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    This is a loosely chronological survey of my work from my teenage fanzine artwork to screenshots of The Matrix Online, for which I wrote story continuity over the first few years of its existence. SF illustration, movie storyboards, advertising art and plenty of Concrete and other comics work included. It was part of my talk with Mark Verheiden, then a Battlestar Galactica writer/producer, to Vidfest 2007 in Vancouver BC.

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November 12, 2006

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samuel

"Mr. Chadwick’s next installment of the continuing saga begins with Concrete suffering from amnesia after being struck by lightning in a desert in Colorado. His memory loss makes him even more uncertain of his place in the world."


oh i see, we have to go to the nytimes for updates and news about our favourite comic!!!!.


come on Paul, get busy with this blogging lark,<<<<,,,,


great bit of press there.

bonopi

Congradulations.

Mark Verheiden

I can't believe Apa-Five got the big shout-out. Wow. Congrats on the ink, Paul!

patrick

Congrats on the write up, Paul. I keep getting a bounceback on your email link, is it correct?

Tom Kidd

Congratulations! It was a nice surprise to run across the article accidentally while leafing through the NYT. I've alerted a few people to it now. Tomorrow I'll show the article to my little art group that meets for breakfast here in a town where Paul once had a studio.

Sam Heldman

Well, here's a data point: I ordered the first two volumes after reading the NYT article, and am loving them.

phi

That's great!
Concrete pauwns again!

Well done Paul.

P.S. A good many of us MxO players are really looking forward to seeing where this Ghost-Pace story goes.

Ex-fan

You're a douchebag.

samuel

Hey paul.

not sure why the above poster "ex-fan" calls you a douchebag, maybe they would like to explain themselves? or is that just asking for trouble....


i tried to send you an email via the link to the left on this page and got a delivery failure notification.


i have scans of a new zealand newspapers literature section with a "top five xmas fantasy books" section highly recomending concrete fragile creature.


let me know if you are interested in seeing them.


samuel

Hey paul.

not sure why the above poster "ex-fan" calls you a douchebag, maybe they would like to explain themselves? or is that just asking for trouble....


i tried to send you an email via the link to the left on this page and got a delivery failure notification.


i have scans of a new zealand newspapers literature section with a "top five xmas fantasy books" section highly recomending concrete fragile creature.


let me know if you are interested in seeing them.


samuel

Concrete rides a missile up into space, lets go and blasts the alien spaceship. I just rolled my eyes when I saw that but I also know that until a director is attached, nothing is set in stone.

wtf!!!!!

suicide girls interview here:

http://suicidegirls.com/interviews/Paul+Chadwick+creator+of+Concrete/

paul, dont make me have to come over there.......you should be posting this stuff for us, the only way yo will be forgiven is if you are working on new concrete stuff.......

samuel

hey paul,

paul,

you got anything interesting to tell us about world below?

walker

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