Thank you all for making this year awesome! I need to make more work for 2018. 😜 It was a big year with new beginnings and I’m SO happy that I returned to Baltimore Comic Con. I hope that I can return to BCC as a vendor next year.
The title says it all… I have a new job! I actually started a few weeks ago and I wanted to get some things under control before blogging about it. I am happy about where I am right now and also very pleased to have a shorter commute and a bigger salary. 🙂
Welp, last week I was let go from my full-time job. I’ll give you a little hint of what I did: I was in charge of production at an independent comic book company. I was let go because my former company needed to make some budget cuts, so my position was eliminated. I’m okay now… at first I was of course upset that I was let go unexpectedly. Especially since I was never written up for anything. Gotta love at-will employment. 😆
It was that time again! I went to the Great Philadelphia Comic Con on Sunday 4/9 and met up with lots of friends and bought new goodies. This year I did not exhibit, so I will not be doing a review of my experience. All I can say is that this Philadelphia-area convention is growing fast!
I know this would have been around the time I announced my convention appearances but this year, I’ve decided to take a break since I have personal commitments to take care of. If you truly know me, you already know how excited I am about it. #VagueBlogging 😜
Hey everyone! So sorry for not posting in a while! I took a bit of a Winter break and went to catch Paint The Revolution at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It was a snowy day but I’m very happy that I got to see this amazing exhibit! Romantic, Political, Colorful, and everything in between. I went to Paint The Revolution on the final weekend and I also became a member of the Art Museum. I pushed myself to go despite the weather because I actually missed the Frida Kahlo exhibit when I used to live at a nearby campus. I think I made up for it this time!
See the special and regular exhibition pics after the jump! Which ones were your favorite?
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I’m so glad I started watching Westworld on HBO. It definitely reignited a desire for creativity. I am so glad that this and my last commission helped me get out of my artistic slump. I made this on the Procreate App as a study/art therapy. I have a few more favorite characters from the show to try out!
The Olympics have come and gone! So sad I won’t be seeing anymore gymnastics on TV for a while, so I made a portrait study of Gabby Douglas on the procreate app. 😃 from Instagram: http://ift.tt/2blm04i