Okay, then. Xerox is being Xerox, and looking at only short-term costs and solutions, instead of long term solutions. So, I am unemployed again, because my box on the accountant's worksheet had too big of a number in it, and it wasn't obvious that I saved money in other boxes. This is a slight oversimplification, and one they would probably dispute, but it is nevertheless basically true. But it's timing isn't too bad, all considered. We are moving into a new house, so I am taking my time off and packing/unpacking stuff from boxes. Soon I will be looking for work in earnest, but for now, I haven't really tried to find a new job. But I am putti
Well, this whole "looking for work" thing has made me utterly uninterested in doing any abstracts. Alas! I just haven't had the urge to create any that I actually like. The (small) upside is that in looking through my hard drive for some older stuff, I have found a few things worth sharing.
Well, when I mentioned that there wasn't going to be much time for art, I was right. What I hadn't figured out yet was that I was going to be posting several (lots, many, a whole bunch) of various pieces of illustration, as a portfolio. Not a real, edited, "pieces specifically chosen" sort of portfolio, just a huge mass of work that gives people some idea of what I was doing for 8 hours a day for the last 9 years or so.
As for actual artwork, I haven't done anything in weeks. But there will be a more or less constant flow of a handful of pieces put up just about every day. Of course, it will all be pretty similar stuff, since it had to confo
Xerox has decided to terminate my employment. So now I am a free agent, which in this economy, is not necessarily a good thing. :-(
So I am going to be spending quite a bit of time looking for work, which means I may not have as much time to do art. We'll have to see how it goes.