Artist Alan M. Clark said that about my art earlier this week. It still amazes me, all the heroes I'm encountering. Alan's work has always inspired me!
Check him out... http://www.alanmclark.com
Next Friday, June 5th, I'll turn 37. To believe that there was a time in my life when I would have never believed I'd make it to 25. I've learned a lot over the years. I don't think we just get over bad things, but we can learn to live with them. I've made a lot of mistakes that I've learned from. I'm very fortunate to be here, and very blessed to have experianced so much and to have met so many wonderful people, people who have inspired and influanced me on so many levels. And I want to thank all of you! Here's hoping the future will reflect the beauty of the past!
Tonight's a week ago now that me and my beloved Ember parted ways. We met a little over a year ago. She's my Soulmate; I still believe that. We were physically together for about 3 months, but she was sent back to Arkansas last summer. I'd been doing everything I could to move up there so we could be together, but alas, my financial situation just would not allow it. She met someone else, and even though she said she'd wait for me, I wanted her to be happy above all things... so we went our seperate ways. We were engaged, and I do still love her. Everything happens for a reason, I suppose. Ember taught me the basics of digital art, and I am blessed to have had her in my world.
Me and Artist Larry Elmore! I've admired Larry's work since I was 12 yrs old! It is such a wonderful honor to now be his friend!
First of all I want to thank Raymond, and thank Don for inviting me to come and hang out at the con for the weekend. I'm on the Guest List for next year and that's awesome!
It's technically Sunday, so Yesterday was very cool! Was in Ocean Springs, MS at 3 Alarm Comics doing a signing for National Free Comics Day!