Wow, okay, I didn't realize how long it'd been since I updated this. I took a full time job in 2014 working on Call of Duty. For the past five years I've been working on that as first a prop artist on AW and then a character artist on WWII. It was a ton of fun, I met some great people, made good friends, and learned a TON. This February I finally decided to move on and I'm working at a small start up studio founded by some of my fellow COD devs and a bunch of people from Telltale. I *fucking love* my job and my coworkers. COD is sort of out of my wheelhouse, but it was a great opportunity and I was delighted by the chance to work on som
So, I've been kind of deadish lately when it comes to posting art or working on my comic. I haven't had any time. Remember how I was doing portfolio work? Well, it worked. I have a new job and I've been working really long hours for the last few months. It'll slow down here soon, but then it'll pick up again after September. It's a super fun job and I love it and the people I work with, but sadly I don't have as much free time as I used to. What free time I have had I've been spending on doll stuff and not drawings. :/ To be honest I've been nervous to pick one up. Some of the guys I work with are super talented artists, it's a bit i
Just got into your Robots and Racks comic and I LOVE IT! Crash and Glitch are so adorable yeeeeeee. And your cast of human characters are all so badass! My only regret is not finding this comic sooner!