With the sands of time slipping through my fingers so has opportunities to draw. Being employed (thank god) and a father of two (thank god twice) I have a lot to be thankful for. I also have a lot on my plate that requires my undivided attention and time. Drawing has taken to the back burner.
I have decided to use my blog as motivation as well as an accountability resource to get me back to drawing. And drawing the stuff I want (and need). I am going to start a regular post (finally) at the end of each Sunday about my progress, inspiration of the week and future plans or ideas.
The first project, that has been crying out for my attention, is a detective story that was my brain child about 10 years ago. Jeff Still, an old colleague and respected writer, helped weave my concept into the literary tapestry it is. Due to me procrastinating, the story laid on the shelves for years (8 to be exact), until now.
Like Dr. Frankenstein, I am ready to breath life into Jeff and my creation. I hope you come along for the journey. It will be filled with adventure, intrigue, violence and romance. All the best ingredients to this illustrative gumbo.