I know, I know. Been laying low collecting myself. The art works has taken the greater part of the past 3 years of my life. It’s been awesome! However it was called to my attention I was a little too wound up in work and needed some self discovery time. Been a couple of weeks so far. I doodle and scribble everyday, just can’t spend too much time on the internet. I have to see some sun, breathe smoggy air and talk to real people (the flesh kind). Even turned off Facebook for a bit (I know right?). I needed to disconnect to realize what my everyday life has become. I am not too impressed. I can’t complain about work though. Things are great! I realize without a proper structure any plans I have of my future will crumble. It’s structure building time. It’s weird, but I’m getting a handle on it. There are a lot of interesting things in the pipeline.
I’ve been playing in the indie film bin a little bit. Working on small projects, help out some new friends with their dreams. She That Kills The Dead is coming together cool, damn cool! I’m very proud of this project. So proud I’m tired of talking to people about it and want to start showing some progress! Can’t yet though. Not until I’m ready to keep consistent. Almost there, I have to solidify the team first.
I got drunk alone this past 4th of July on 99 cent store beers and drunkenly reviewed them with my buddy Andrew holding the camera.
This was fun (I got sick, but it was fun). It inspired us to do another video about the King of Stockton. This took place before and during Stockton Con. A comic convention the King and I took part of. All I can show you this far is a portrait of the King drawn by a resident of Stockton named John Thomason: