Sunday, December 25, 2011

TMW Christmas Retrospective

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Sunday, December 04, 2011

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Enter The Dangerzone Mini

A candid talk on why I'm behind on some projects!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

The Tao of Danger-Ryu #2- The Rule of 90/10.

I attended a workshop one day in church. A psycologist/pastor was speaking of the importance of 90/10.
This principle comes from Steven Covey. This principle states "10% of life is made up of what happens to you, 90% is decided by how you react." Strong words indeed. In the most simplest terms, only 10% of what happens in our lives is completely out of our hands. The other 90% is what we do, or don't do about it. There is even a GREAT example of this of a breakfast. Everyday stuff. It is as follows:
"You are eating breakfast with your family. Your daughter knocks over a cup of coffee onto your business shirt. You have no control over what just what happened. What happens when the next will be determined by how you react. You curse. You harshly scold your daughter for knocking the cup over. She breaks down in tears. After scolding her, you turn to your spouse and criticize her for placing the cup too close to the edge of the table. A short verbal battle follows. You storm upstairs and change your shirt Back downstairs, you find your daughter has been too busy crying to finish breakfast and get ready for school. She misses the bus. Your spouse must leave immediately for work. You rush to the car and drive your daughter to school. Because you are late, you drive 40 miles an hour in a 30 mph speed limit. After a 15-minute delay and throwing $60 traffic fine away, you arrive at school. Your daughter runs into the building without saying goodbye. After arriving at the office 20 minutes late, you find you forgot your briefcase. Your day has started terrible. As it continues, it seems to get worse and worse. You look forward to coming home, When you arrive home, you find small wedge in your relationship with your spouse and daughter."
Where is it that everything went wrong? The 10% in this case is the mishap with the coffee. The 90% is the reaction. Every action has a consequence. What would happen if the person had acted differently? Let's see the other example:
"Coffee splashes over you. Your daughter is about to cry. You gently say," It's ok honey, you just need, to be more careful next time". Grabbing a towel you rush upstairs. After grabbing a new shirt and your briefcase, you come back down in time to look through the window and see your child getting on the bus. She turns and waves. You arrive 5 minutes early and cheerfully greet the staff. Your boss comments on how good the day you are having. Notice the difference? Two different scenarios.
Both started the same.
Both ended different.
Why? Because of how you REACTED. You really do not have any control over 10% of what happens. The other 90% was determined by your reaction."
This seems to be true in many aspects of our personal and professional lives. many times, we are stuck with this 10%. It drives us crazy. It becomes an obstacle. That 10% owns us. More times thannot, it's purely mental.
If it rains, do we not run for shelter or take out an umbrella? If we see a car coming out of control towards us, do we not jump out of the way? In our natural instinct of survival, of course we do. Then, why is it, something like a betrayel, a breakup, or the loss of something, be it material or emotional, can overtake and consume our lives?
You cannot stop the rain from falling. You cannot make time speed up or slow down. You cannot stop the sun from setting or rising. You cannot avoid pain forver. But you can learn to deal with it. You can learn to move on. You can learn to make peace with all that is around you.
No, we are not perfect, and many times that 10% will knock us down, spit us in the face, and yell at us to stay down. And even if we fall, we still can get up. Because 90% of the outcome comes from your reaction.
Why let 10% ruin your day, when you can use that 90% to make it better?

This week in Prospecto Arts! 3/19/11

Hello, this is This Week in Prospecto Arts, the weekly recap of all webcomics Prospecto! Let's get on with the show, shall we?

Fred Peterson, The Mighty Warlord: Marilyn makes her moves on Fred while Jane doesn't like what she sees. It all results in Fred and Jane planning out a date between him and Marilyn!!! Whaaaa-!?

Alfred Gomez's Clown, Rogue Assassin: We find out Vincent (aka Clown) has joined a group named "The Wild Corps".

nVd: Nevermind reaches it's season 4 finale AT LAST!

The Mysterious Exorcist: Exorcist disposes of that pesky rookie cop! He also get's a chance to go and intorregate the only witness to the murder of the young woman.

Thank you for reading, have a great weekend and please look foward to further updates! =D

Also, there's a NEW Prospecto Arts site! Go to for news, exclusive previews, and more stuff coming soon!

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Just Me

Experimental music vid I made. Song, images, editing by me =)

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Enter the Dangerzone! Season 1 Finale

Final part of the 4 part Mang Criolla convention! Enter The Dangerzone episode 4 =)

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Enter the Dangerzone! season 1 episode 3

Episode 3 of Enter the Dangerzone! featuring my first ever review! =D

This week in Prospecto Arts! 19-Feb-2011

It's a long weekend, have a goo one! =D Short week this past week due to circumstances beyond my control. For small teasers look me up on my FaceBook (Alvaro Cortes Ortiz Jr) or go to my deviantArt gallery: Anyway, this past week on Prospecto Arts:

Two words: Tony Montanna!!!!!

Hopefully there'll be more action this coming week in Prospecto Arts, stay tuned and thanks for reading! =)

Friday, February 18, 2011

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Enter the Dangerzone S1E1

Episode one of Enter The Dangerzone!

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Fred Peterson, The Mighty Warlord

Third official trailer formy webcomic, Fred Peterson The Mighty Warlord =)

Sunday, February 13, 2011

TMW DL Teaser 2_0001.wmv

This was a teaser/test for my webcomic, Fred Peterson The Mighty Warlord =)

The Cannon Girl Teaser

Teaser vid of my webstrip The Cannon Girl =)

Clown Teaser Trailer

Teaser trailer for the webcomic Clown. Created/Co-written by Alfred Gomez =D

Saturday, February 12, 2011

This week in Prospecto Arts! Feb 7-11 2011

Heop you're all having a great Valentine's weekend! A quick view of the week, not much happened since I couldn't post much due to pretty bad headaces and such. Anywho, onwards!

Fred Peterson, The Mighty Warlord:
Fred continues to have visions of Cheryl in his dreams, as he wakes up late for college!

My brother-in-law's friend faces his fear of water...with unexpected results!

Las Aventuras de Weepaman y Weepito:
Son un palito en esta actualizacion!!!! XD

Hope you enjoyed this week, see ya' around!

TMW "Closing Credits" Teaser Trailer

Second official vid I made of my webcomic, Fred Peterson The Mighty Warlord, done like a closing credit to an anime. Jane!! =3

Friday, February 11, 2011

DTF6 Teaser Trailer (Incomplete)

Teaser promo for my webcomic, DTF6 =)

Thursday, February 10, 2011

The Mighty Warlord 1-4 Trailer

First trailer I made for my webcomic =)

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

The Evolution of Danger

This was to celebrate the anniversary of my websote a few years back. Planning on reviving the old site for it's 10 th(!!!) anniversary! =D

Monday, February 07, 2011

Blood: The Last Vampire (live action) Review.

This was mostly copied from my deviantArt journal. If you want, you can count this as my second review of something ever, the first being the comicbook Dokyo in the Manga Criolla vids that are somewhere in my facebook page and in my youtube. Anyway, here you go! (Btw, Antonio Rivera, I still owe you that, was going to send it the other night, but things got WAY hectic at home suddenly, expect it in your e-mail sometime today or at night)

Finally saw the live action "Blood, The Last Vampire" the other night. It was ok for what it was, but, it felt like I wasn't watching a movie about Blood I mean, I had zero expectations heading into watching it, because I have the original anime movie in such high regard I didn't want to create to high of an expectation for the movie. It wasn't bad, but not great either, it was....ok

It started good enough, very similar to the original soucre, but then, it went into this mind-trip, seizure inducing fight scenes that sometimes I had to rewind just to see what exactly happened Litteraly there were times where I was like "WHAT just happened?!" And when you still are seeing double at random times from your right eye, and some of the action scenes were so frantic, it's not pretty And I love a good fight scene as much as anybody. But.....damn....There was this one scene in a bar type thing, that the fighting went on....and on...and on....and on....It was long like in "Matrix Reloaded" Neo vs a million Agent Smith long, and again, it was so frantic, I couldn't tell at all at some points what happened where

I feel like the movie should've been called something else rather than like the original movie. Like "Blood: Quest for Onigen" or "Blood, Origins", or "I can't believe it's not Blood!". You know what what it actually reminded me in a way? Ninja Scroll and Ninja Resurrection.

Back in the early to mid 90s, there wasn't THAT much people connected to the internet, and there wasn't as much information as there is now. Especially when it came to anime and the such. So, when Ninja Scroll arrived to the States and became this huge hit here, bigger than in Japan itself, it was a BLAST! So, when Manga Entertainent, the american distribuitor of Ninja Scroll showed teh trailer for Ninja Ressurection, and pardon the language because I rarely swear, all my friends and I were like "HOLY SHIT!!!!! A sequel to Ninja Scroll!!!!!" Oh, how we were fooled.....

You see, Ninja Ressurection, was in fact, NOT a sequel to Ninja Scroll. It was an ENTIRLEY DIFFERENT MOVIE!!!! The name Jubei is a very common name in Japan, espeially for like hero type characters. And the main character in Ninja Ressurection was named Jubei, and looked a lot like teh Jubei of Ninja Scroll. So, Manga Entertainment, knowing the goldmine Ninja Scroll was, renamed the other movie and designed the logo to look like teh Ninja Scroll movie, and everybody and their mother in the US fell for it!!!!! Ninja Resurection was NOT in any way related to Ninja Scroll, and at that time, like sheep, we flocked to it to our surprise and utter dissapointment

That's in a way how I felt with the live action Blood, I felt like somebody had made a different movie, and later was relased and marketed as Blood. But anyway, not the best movie I've seen, but not the worse either (that dubious honor goes to a dvd Spanish dubbed version of "Laser Mission", one of Brandon Lee's first flicks). It had it's cool moments, and the father of the american girl acted so bad, it was fun! Especially his face when he died....I couldn't stop laughing at his face.....

So, an in all, in a Dangerscale!~ of 1-5, 1 being the weakest, 5 being the strongest, I give "Blood, the last Vampire" live action flick 2 epileptic inducing fight scenes

There it was, hope you all liked it, if you wanna read or see more vids of reviews or something, just lemme know and I might just think of something. In the meantime, peace out =)

Sunday, February 06, 2011

TMW Test: Chapter 4

This video was actually done before the NovusGenesis one. I was testing out the whole One True Media site to get familiar with it. So this was a small teaser for chapter 4 of Fred Peterson, The Mighty Warlord =)

Rigo's NovusGenesis

First video I uploaded to YouTube. This was a mock trailer I did for a friend's webcomic. He liked it so much, he used it as the official trailer at that time! Enjoy =)

Saturday, February 05, 2011

This week in Prospecto Arts!

Hello, hope you're all having a GREAT weekend! Here to give a small recap of my webcomics. Let's get this party started!

Fred Peterson, The Mighty Warlord:
We continue to see the origin of El Gladiador. We also see Fatfish with a MEAN streak...with bloody consequences!

I only have to say.....PIG DRAGON!

Alfred Gomez' Clown: Rouge Assassin:
Vincent (Clown) get's the files for his first solo case in the chapter 1 finale!

The Mysterious Exorcist:
A rookie cop let's Exorcist know exactly how he feels about him!

The Cannon Girl:
Lizbeth ponders the meaning of intelligence!

Nicolas heads out with Marcos and Rebbeca to face the strange character that's heading towards the Lionfang hq!

Las Aventuras de Weepaman y Weepito:
La Comay!?!?!?!?! Exclusivo!!!!!

That's about it, thank you for your support, and please look foward to next week's worth of updates!