Sunday, October 7, 2007

Two posts in one day? Unheard of.

This has been a productive day for me and in a not-tiring way, either...which is sort of like the best of both worlds. Now all that's left to do is to produce some sleep. :)

I've been reading a couple of books is a book that I started reading a while back but never finished for whatever reason called Scribbling in the's about creativity and God. The other book is called Understanding Comics, which I stole from the Cardigan. So um..yeah, Stephen, I have your book. At least I'm assuming it's yours. I'll bring it back when I come up in a couple weeks.

and THAT book's got me thinking about a lot of stuff that I'll be working on at some point and also has me reading another book (at my sister's suggestion, who would normally be the last person to suggest a comic book for me to read), and that book is Maus. I look forward to reading it more.

And yes, I know I said I was only reading a couple, but I meant that by reading a couple, it has me reading a third.

Ok, so Jared, you commented on this being in my sketchbook, and I told you that I worked it out a little more OUTSIDE the sketchbook, and today I worked on it a little more. I think it needs to be a scene of sorts, but I'll work that out later.

Also, in my productive day, I learned how to make sure that the images are clickable and biggable (and in some cases more sensical and amusical).

Goggles are all the rage...

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Not enough is said...

...about monsters who eat good, healthy cereal.

Monday, October 1, 2007

everything is orange, red and yellow

Well it's the first day of October, and officially fall now (I think). It is in my mind anyway. And since it's the beginning of my favorite season and the beginning of my favorite month, I felt like I needed to update.

I think that God had a smile on his face when he gave me a birthdate in my favorite time of the year. That's a cool, warm thought.

So Rock Hill this past weekend. After having been away for over a year now, I have come to see more now than ever what people mean to me, and just how special relationships are. You get a different perspective - a different view - when you're standing a ways's like a bird's eye view and you can see a lot better how everything connects and intertwines, and the magnitude of things and how far they can reach.

I think I have a lot to say about that trip, but it's almost left better unsaid, 'cause I'd only muck it up if I tried. I'd rather just leave it to that front porch, with the sun and the shade, the slight breeze and the first hints of crisp autumn air.