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Azariel - whereabouts... updates

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  • Azariel
    Eternal Companion
    • Sep 2005
    • 787

    Azariel - whereabouts... updates

    I'm droppin' by, as I promised I would try to do more often. It's been a few difficult weeks, with trying to earn money to move out and working 10-12 days at a shitty job. However, I find solace in buying music and writing a few songs, though I must admit they're proven to be a tad difficult to write. Recently was turned on to Megadeth, which I was sadden I didn't discover before....

    Eitherway, on the brightside of things, as I try to see things all the time now, I'm finally forking on the final sketches for the demon prince story titled, "Azazel." Hopefully things will clear up and I'll get more time for this forum. Til' then...

    All the best,
  • Grey Mouser
    Champion of the Balance
    • Dec 2003
    • 1433

    Hi Az. We had just mentioned you recently in the Enclave.

    You might find this thread from the Enclave useful if you want to work up some submissions:

    The site is really comprehensive, can seem like a bit of a maze at first, but damn useful.

    Maybe a couple of markets there for Azazel you could try.


    • Morgan Kane
      Lost in the multiverse
      • Jun 2006
      • 1428

      Courage .......

      The demon prince story titled, "Azazel : it reminds me of the tales of the flat earth by Tanith Lee ...


      • lemec
        Eternal Champion
        • Jul 2005
        • 5317

        Hi Azariel!

        It sounds like it will be a really cool story!

        Good Luck!


        "With a deep, not-unhappy sigh, Elric prepared to do battle with an army." (Red Pearls)
        - Michael Moorcock