I’ve been hugely busy. It’s a good thing. Actually, it is a great thing. I never in a million years imagined my artwork would be in such demand. It is a rare and humbling thing to be able to make a living wage being an artist.
The downside is that all these things I used to be able to keep up with i.e. social media, have suffered. But a lot of the folks I specifically kept my Tumblr around in order to watch have all but disappeared. I miss reading those ‘voices’. I’m sure you all know who you are. You are some of the rare people I actually interacted with on here! :)
I post a lot of updates on my Facebook fan page, actually…. and I’m dozens of pieces of art behind on sharing any of my new work. This year is already set to be a record breaker for me. I am so amazed and happy!
So, if anybody still reads this… thank you for sticking around. I actually love Tumblr’s format. I hope it doesn’t fade away.
My awesome, brilliant friend Jason Henninger posted the wittiest April Fool’s post some years back, and I have yet to read anything April Foo-ish that makes me giggle more. I love Neil Gaiman. I hope this makes him and Amanda chortle too.
Getting ready for Norwescon 39, got my party hair locked and loaded!!! I’ll be there, the 24th - 27th, exhibiting and selling 10 pieces of signed, numbered artwork printed on ceramic baked metal. They are really lovely!! So if you are in the Seattle area, stop by and take a look!