Holy cow I can’t believe it’s already October! The last few months have been crazy, but mostly fun! I got sick and went to Salt Lake Comic Con (yeah, at the same time). I’ve been working a bunch, and still trying to get my house cleaned and purged of clutter and extra stuff I don’t need. This is obviously a bit of a large task, but it’s going slowly but surely.
I didn’t manage to finish my Thor Cosplay for the Con, but I will post updates as I start working on it again. The last few months I’ve been struggling a bit with overcoming some difficult ADHD habits, but I’m starting to come out of a super overwhelmed place and deal with all my crap piece by piece. It’s always a challenge, but good things are ahead!
I’ve revamped the blog design again, and will probably keep tweaking stuff over the next couple weeks. My big upcoming project that I’ve just started is work on a coloring book. I’m really excited about it, and I feel like I’m starting to get back to what I’m best at with it. I’ve been working on some planning, and have a basic idea rough sketched for the first page:
and a list of ideas planned for the next few pages after that. I’m hoping to have made at least good progress by the end of the year, but don’t want to push myself too hard and make myself hate it before I finish! I’ll try to post updates regularly, but as usual, my intentions are good and my focus is weak!
So it’s been almost a year since my last post. A lot has happened, mostly good things. I’ve come to a few realizations though, one of which is that trying to make this be a traditional blog is not realistic. So in light of that, I am setting forth on a venture to run this in a way that fits with how I function. It may not always make sense, I may or may not provide context. This will in essence become a digital version of my actual sketchbook.
I am still happy to respond to any questions posted, and any (real) comments. I’m grateful to any and everyone who reads any of this, and I’m going to use this change to try to be more active. But basically for that to happen it needs to be more abstract.