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What a trip!
The last few months have been eventful for me. I didn't have a lot of free time to work on my comic projects because I got married! My wife and I went to Bermuda on a cruise, and even though the wind tried to blast us off the pier we had a great time. We're still working our way through the leftovers from the catering, but that's okay because leftover turkey is delicious! This weekend we went to see the Avengers, and brimming with superhero pep I returned and plotted some more Dinosaur Wars with my collaborator Rachel. I'm anxious to start... I'm eager but I also don't want to fuck it up.
To every thing there is a season, and I'm gathering steam. My good friend Lyndsey ~Kiarrens (https://www.deviantart.com/kiarrens) finished the major revision of our fantasy novel, The Dark Captain on Sunday, and I'm so honored to have been a part of the process. I look forward to creating illustrations of this world and the characters that populate it for many years to come. Even as I write this, of course, she's resting and regaining her strength, eager to dive back into writing. And this taste of accomplishment is also driving me. See, that's the thing about finishing work - you like the taste of being done, but you miss the feeling of creation. Like eating the cookies yo
Onwards and Upwards!
The Connecticon images are all set, unless I get new marching orders! I'm moving on to other projects, also getting ready for my wedding in April! It's a busy but exciting time.
Almost finished with Connecticon Artwork!
I was approached to create art for Connecticon in Hartford this July. It's always a great feeling having people seek your work out! Haven't updated this journal in a long while - wedding planning and such.
They're not really "monsters" per se, but as creatures of myth, I'd love to see you do Cerberus and a dragon for the upcoming spots. Assuming you don't already have them for their respective letters