Saturday, March 8, 2014

NOVEL | Storyboard scribbles for the KYLE novel

Sometimes I love doing some scribbles for storyboards or scenes 'quick and dirty'. These drawings were created while traveling in the Munich city street car/tram.


scribbles by Michael T. Bhatty for the Kyle novel

Saturday, January 11, 2014

ART | Check out the new Wallpapers for the KYLE-SAGA @Deviantart

The first artworks are now available at DeviantArt.

Wallpaper by Anca Delina Finta & Michael T. Bhatty, 2013
Check out:http://mordrakhel.deviantart.com/

Enjoy,
Mike

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

KYLE-Saga | The website has been launched!

A Merry X-Mas to all of you!

I finally brough the website www.kyle-saga.com online. Have fun exploring it and learn more about the world of Kyle I'll publish in a few month. A few things are still missing, like the download section fr the wallpapers, so please check it out again during the next days.


Also, there is a new video featuring a first glimpse into the "Art of Kyle".
 

Enjoy, 
Mike

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Interview with Michael T. Bhatty's "Fantasy Welten" (in German)



The video for my youtube channel has been released (in German, as my novels are in German).

Thursday, October 3, 2013

NOVEL | Kyle Saga will be launched in 2014



Ben Burtt once said, that films aren't released - they escape!

Having this in mind I've come to a decision regarding the announced release about X-Mas 2013: The first book of the Kyle-Saga will be launched in spring 2014.

Why? Because I want to tell you the best story I can write!

As this is a story I have been working on for quite some time, I have become fond of the characters and the more I get to know them, the more I see other potentials in them.
So, what I want to do is to model some more, form some more, add some more and take away some of those things which make this a really fine story.
The writing experience is quite different for me as for an assigned order by a publisher, where you have to meet deadlines. Here, with this tale, I prefer the artists point of view - and this piece of work needs some more time.

Yours,

Michael T. Bhatty