To say it's been a few years would be a massive understatement. I'm making an effort to return to my old social hubs before the advent of Facebook, regaining my presence both on Deviantart, as well as on FurAffinity and the like. Just an update on where I've been, what's been happening, new art, etc:
I moved around the country a bit. I started in Ontario, moved on to Nova Scotia to get my BFA, and then off to British Columbia to see what to do with my newfound training and new life. I slipped into a crippling depression that nearly cost me everything. I've since pulled out of that and other than the odd bit of anxiety, I'm much more on the l
How to do 3 ball juggling in a nutshell:
Start off at a community college art program. Make a few friends that will periodically make appearances throughout your life thereafter. Graduate and take a year off to "figure things out". Switch provinces and go to a more accredited art institution. Gain training that will do you absolutely no good in the real world. Pack up all your possessions and learn the dynamics of two ball juggling before the big move.
Switch provinces again. Move in with a set of parents you've never spent more than a month with, let alone continuously. Spend your time moving your possessions in, making sure to rearrange e
I grew up raised in a Roman Catholic influenced family. My early memories of church as a child involved a lot of standing up and sitting down and my grandmother sneaking me Arrowroot cookies during services. Good times. When I was around 17-19, I attended a Pentecostal youth group. I made a lot of fantastic friends there, but when a new pastor came in I was able to see the hypocrisy that Christian based religions are full of. The death of one of the members of the group was the last straw for me (he didn't die because of the religion, no worries. lol), but the way they handled his passing was very disrespectful. In the sense that they promise
Of course I do! Guess what, I'm moved a little closer to home for ya now. I've been in Vancouver for a few weeks now and I'm still settling in. If you're up for plans at some point, definitely let me know.
Wow, your gallery is amazing. I faved seven or so of your photographs. The amalgamations are awesome! I just learned about the process this morning via artist Jason Salavon, and have spent all day looking for images and amalgamating them. Nice work.