Holy Shit…

…It has been over a month since I have updated the old blog. It’s not like I have had nothing to talk about, it’s just that I have been so busy. Last weekend I attended my seventh Comic Con in a row and boy are my feet sore! I could talk a lot about it, but I don’t have much energy to put in a whole review. If you check out my pictures on FACEBOOK, it will be worth 86,000 words!

Speaking of pictures, here are two of the highlights from this pass weekend:

TR!CKSTER Symposium

BUILDING A CREATOR-OWNED CREATIVE TEAM SYMPOSIUM @ TR!CKSTER
Featuring storytellers MIKE ALLRED, SCOTT MORSE, LARRY MARDER, GREG RUCKA, JAMIE S. RICH, and more…

On Saturday I went to an offsite event that was an incredible experience. Hosted at the TR!CKSTER Bar/Gallery/Music Venue/Comfy Hangout, this Symposium was just what i needed to get some focus on my writing. In fact, this symposium got me so motivated that I have already set aside one day a week to focus completely on my creative writing. Thanks to Scott Morse and EVERYONE who created and organized this amazing oasis of creative talent.

Joëlle Jones Cricket SketchThe second picture is a commission that I received from Joëlle Jones of The Cricket. Between the symposium and this beautiful drawing of The Cricket, I am incredibly anxious to get moving on the book. I would really like to tell this story and I hope that my life allows me to move forward and really hunker down to finish writing it!

Yesterday, while I was at work, all I could to is think about The Cricket. I wanted to take Joëlle’s drawing of The Cricket and make it my desktop wallpaper. Since the drawing was more of a vertical piece as opposed to a landscape image, I widened it out and colored it. I hope that she doesn’t mind the alterations I made, but by having it on my desktop at all times, it allows me to constantly be reminded of the adventures I could be telling.

The Cricket Comic

Here’s to the future and all the amazing people who inspire me!

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