do you happen to have any other social media, like twitter? I absolutely love all your work, sadly I do not use deviantart anymore but I still wanna keep in touch with all your art
Hey, thanks for your interest and support. I really don't have much of a social media presence, unfortunately...I do have an art tumblr:
but I don't post everything there, or update it as frequently as I do dA. I DO frequently post sketches and WIPs to Facebook, if you're interested in connecting there...I'll notecha.
Little treat for you, thanks to Jake Parker's mailing list and "Department of Interestingness"
Holy crap bro, she snuck past a sleeping guard and TOOK PICTURES OF THEIR POK-POK CHICKEN?!?! That is INSANE! I'm really surprised she posted those pictures online, I'd think that would be tantamount to signing your own death warrant in Putin's Russia. But, I guess it is on its way to a museum, so. : shrug :
It never would have occurred to me, but I don't think I've ever seen the interior of one of those before...Fascinating. Thanks for sending this, Rob! And how have you been lately? I haven't been too active on here recently, I'm not a big fan of the new dA format. : /
She's got some balls for sure. Interior did not disappoint in scope and weirdness.
Yeah, I'm not a huge fan of new format either. I think it has definitely cut down on my enthusiasm for loitering around DA. What a crappy point in time to flip a cyber safe haven on its head!
I'm just glad to know you haven't been adducted by an unmarked government vehicle and detained in a neo-ameri-fascist gulag.
we had a horrible tropical storm here recently, w/ about 5 days of no power. Big mess. But then an old friend in Beirut posted facebook pictures showing what happened to his city, home, and workshop. So i'm not complaining about our little blackout anymore. They just happened to be hiking in the mountains that day. What a close call that was!
OH man, five days with no power is nothing to sneeze at, though! D : At least it happened during the summer so you didn't have to worry about freezing to death (or at least frozen pipes etc.). Gosh, what did you do for food during that time?
Yeah, I really feel for those folks in Beirut...What a mess. : ( At least it's drawn attention to the government corruption that has enabled these kinds of disasters--it seems like people are fed up and no longer afraid of expressing their frustrations, which will hopefully lead to some positive changes. Speaking of which, have you been following that craziness in Belarus, with the election?
I can't resist sharing--I had my own little "adventure" a week ago, as elucidated here:
But unfortunately resulting in
which I could have lived without. : p Oh well, it's ALL ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE