Friday, April 20, 2007

An update and a purpose

So recently a couple of things have come to my attention:
  1. I have been doing very little in the way of actual artistic things lately. I've done a bit of art and writing for myself, but nothing publishable or even usable as a portfolio piece.

  2. I have this blog on my website that has gone unused for a ridiculously long time. I've found that I have trouble writing stuff down unless I give myself a deadline.
Thus, in the spirit of Jonathan Coulton, I have decided to start a thing-a-week project in order to keep the old creative juices flowing. Starting now, I will create at least one finished creative work every week and publish it on this blog. It might be a comic, or a nice drawing, or a piece of digital art, or a draft of an essay, or something else entirely--but it'll be new, and it'll be mine.

I came up with this concept on Wednesday, so my first thing-a-week will be up on this coming Wednesday, April 25. Stay tuned!

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Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Been too long since my last update

Couple of things:
  1. I have designed and uploaded a new website, Mansion in the Mountains, intended to help sell a client's house. If you're looking for real estate in the Wallace, Idaho area, come check it out.

  2. As of October 12, 2006, This Week With Lewis and Clark has officially ended its print run. I may be publishing a compiliation at some point, if there is sufficient demand.



Monday, January 09, 2006

New year, new art

It's been more than a week since New Year's Day, so I think we can declare the "Holiday Season" officially over. Thus, I am putting up three pieces of art that were part of Christmas gifts to my friends and family: a greeting card, a CD label, and a custom sweatshirt logo. Enjoy.

I have three New Year's resolutions for 2006:
  1. Get a full-time job and move into my own place. I'm counting this as only one resolution, since the latter is kind of dependent on the income from the former.

  2. Eat more healthy meals--less junk food, more fresh fruits and veggies.

  3. Find out what kind of content a movie has before I bring an elderly relative to see it. Seriously. My folks and I took my grandmother to see King Kong on New Year's Eve, and it scared the poor woman half to death. (Word to the wise: if you have any insect phobias whatsoever, DO NOT go see this movie. *shudder*)