by Mike Worley
My son tells me I need to post something at least each week, so I'm trying to get back on track. I've been busy going into December. And tomorrow, it's supposed to snow, giving us our first real winter storm of the season. Usually, it's nothing more than "dumb dust," meaning that people forget how to drive in it. So I expect traffic to be nothing more than a mess tomorrow. Not that I have anywhere to go, but it would still be nice to try and get out without worrying about other motorists eaten up with "moron."
I got roped into the church's Christmas play, again. At least this year, it is a "readers' theatre," but it would be nice if we had a rehearsal where everyone involved would show up. I can't complain too much as I missed some in November due to deadlines, family dinners, and the like. But we could definitely use more focus.
Waiting for my scenes, I took my sketch book last night and did some doodling. Mostly some character studies...
Not exactly a budding Alex Toth, but at least I was drawing instead of circling the coffee pot.
One thing I've been doing more of, is working more in Adobe Illustrator. The work I'm doing is forcing me to get back into it, and one thing it has done is to re-exam some stuff I started, but never completed. Here's an idea I think I need to do more with. A detective thing. It's a "work-in-progress," so be patient while I brush it off and try to figure out what it was I was doing with it. If you want to see the whole image, you'll need to click on it. And no, the one guy ISN'T Stan Lee...
Welcome to December!