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I'm doing holiday cards again this year. Let me know if you want one.
Projects, projects, and more projects...
From what I've been writing and sketching, I have a pretty full plate in front of me. However, I'm falling a little out of love with my old digital art program. It's been, what, 10 or 11 years? I'm on the hunt for a new program that won't take five years or so to get used to, so if anyone has any suggestions, I'm all ears. Happy New Year. -T.
Thanks to my buddy MJBedi, I've been inspired start posting art here again. It's been years. I'm browsing through my old entries and cringing. Not that I've improved significantly, but you know how old art can look like a retarded train wreck. I don't have much to update with, at least not right now. I'm focused more on my written projects. And I'm still getting used to working from a walk-in closet (long story). In the meantime, my website is still up and running: www.freak-lynx.com And I post some of my writing on Tumblr: tallonroe.tumblr.com If anyone is still paying attention to this account, I appreciate it. -T.
Far away from home and such...
I moved. I'm in Washington state now, in Olympia. It took a while to get settled in, but now I've got a house in a hidden backroad neighborhood. But it's good. I like the giant trees and the grey sky. I like the rain. But I miss my friends and family in Colorado... I've been talking to them online, but it isn't the same, of course. But otherwise all is fine. Heck, I already have a role-playing group up here that meets every weekend, and I've been loitering around the all-you-can-eat sushi joints here in town. My work up here consists of studing marine diatoms. Absolutely beautiful things. I hope to have some photos posted soon of some samples
Some news... up and movin'...
God, I had just about forgotten about updating this thing. To be honest, my overall Internet activity has been pretty low the last few months. I've needed a lot of time to recover, a lot of visits to the doctor, and a change of pace. After spending last week in Washington State, I've stumbled upon great work opportunities in my field as well as some great graduate-school programs. I'll be moving to the Olympia area in about six months. Meanwhile, assuming I have the time and the energy, I'll be posting some Freak-Lynx doodles and the art that I owe to some folks. Yes, I haven't forgot about it. Trust me, the guilt at not having it done six