Betwixt squalls of vast migration lie dormant a period of captivity.
One of the little things I like about letting myself stay isolated in my apartment during the downtime in my job is this window. It’s the primary source of light for my room, but there are these spindly trees just outside. There aren’t many of them, just enough to almost obscure line of sight with the interstate. They aren’t as good at blocking the sound. They do sway in the wind though, and I’m kind of captivated by that.
The Way It Could Have Been
I rescued this the other day from the deep recesses of one of my external hard drives the other day. It’s rough but I like it.
I did another The Making Of, this time for my Ice King drawing. I’ve come to the very real realization that I have no idea what to say during these.
I made this thing for Film Riot’s Halloween short film contest.
If you’re particularly keen to my illustrations, this behind-the-scenes video detailing my latest may be of interest to you.
The final day begins.
If you missed it, the close to Day 2 is online. It’s the last setup to the grandiose finale that is Day 3.
The next iteration of my D&D series is now available for consumption, this time they find a ghost!