Don’t worry, there’s more strips. It’s not over yet (the last strip will theoretically run De 31).
I had a lovely weekend. Had some really good times talking over yummy food and root beer with a dear friend of mine. Wrote some good things, drew some good things. Even played racquetball.
I am ready to tackle the week.
Friday already? but I have so much left to do. Thank goodness for the weekend.
Went to model painting on Monday. Below is the painting plus a link to the process pics (it’s also posted on my “paintings page“). A small painting, only 8″x10”
“Albert” 12/1/2014 (link to process images)
After the holidays, it took a bit of today getting my head back into things. I kept thinking of painting, and traveling, and pie.
Sometimes I think one needs consent to ask consent. 🙂
I had a great holiday long weekend with family. Thank goodness I ate too much pie.
Ooh. I had a lovely Thanksgiving with family. And I made two apple pies, for which I still have a long row to hoe to go in eating them both (others have helped, but they are amateur pastry eaters).
Think I’m going to take the day, Friday, to go to the museum and sit in a cafe getting some writing done.
I always find it surprising how easily one crisis can make me forget about another crisis (at least for the moment).
Bought more frames this weekend. I am a painting addict. Went to a local concert band with a friend and then warmed a booth at Denny’s until midnight. How can a weekend be better than that?
Oh, and on Saturday I walked the the YMCA, wrote some script stuff, then played racquetball, wrote more, and then walked home. How nice! 🙂
Here’s a painting i finished a month or two ago. It’s of my dear friends Jess and Philippe. I had refrained from posting it since it was a gift to them. (you’ll also see it on the oil painting page).
Stewart Baker, who so kindly heaped build this awesome site, is also an excellent writer. He has a very short story up now on dailysciencefiction.com, dark and weird with a twist…. just like I like. Check it out!
And also, we have two cats looking for a good home, but it should be a home where they are the only cats. They are both super cuddly and sweet, and when we brought Babette (the grey one) home from off the street as a wee kitten, her and Lucy (a mama from the streets herself) totally bonded. So they keep each other company (as seen in the video below)
They are both affectionate. Babette is playful and she likes lots of petting in the morning, and her meow is like a purr-chirping. Lucy is a jumper and climber, and loves laps and rocking chairs. They both have all their shots and are spayed etc.
The problem is, even after a couple years, they remain territorial and antagonistic to the other cats. We have six total, and the disharmony is making everyone unhappy (including us).
We love them both dearly, but feel all would be happy if we re-homed them. If you have no cats and want two, or know someone who does (we’re willing to drive a few hours out from the Albany, NY area in any direction), please contact me.
Thank you! -Christopher
Had a funny little weekend. Most of the time was spent coloring comics, literally the last 5 days have been 13 to 14 hour long days of intense coloring.
But Saturday I had a lovely time with a friend, going out to a play, “American Madea” which was very enjoyable… as much as filicide can be. Very well performed. Then out to a late night diner for long sill conversations. Very good.