So, much has changed since I last wrote here.
I'm married. I have 6 nieces! I'm an art teacher at a super cool elementary school. I have so many more friends. I'm a part of ImprovMania. I am a part of the art crew for Philip Haldiman's autobiographical comic book My Big Break (which is about him playing Denny in The Room). I went from Christianity to Taoism. I'm now writing children's books for Santoon Productions. I've been involved with drawing stuff for Failure of the Free Press. And, I've worked on a handful of short films, check out the Supersonic Soul by Shane Carey. The thing that hasn't changed is that I'm still madly in love with cartooning. It's fascinating. Phil Haldiman's comic book does push me to the edge of my love and patience. The style it's going for is a John Romita/ John Buscema Spider-Man-esque look. It's kind of on the pretty side with more realism than I'm used to using in my work. But, I appreciate this opportunity greatly. It's like free art school. It pushes and pulls me. It takes my abilities to the farthest reaches of my mental universe. It feels terrible trying to beat these pages into submission, but when I get the approval of one, it's an amazing feeling. I'm a lucky man.