Thanksgiving Magazine Cover
As I sit here convincing myself this is the best show my satellite service has to offer, I reminisce about what I've done with my life as of 32 years. Specifically where I am at in my life vs. where I am heading. Does it really matter what unfinished projects we keep telling ourselves we need to finish? How long do we let them slide before they become abandoned and no longer good ideas?
To sum up, a lot of time has gone by and I haven't done half of what I've intended. On the side, secretly I would love to be a stand-up comedian or some kind of musician, but watching bad tv seems more important. Apparently. That and Rock Band. . .
Movie Quote time:
Just as in the movie Waking Life, "How would we answer someone on the outside looking in who asked us if humans were lazy or fearful?"
I would say lazy. Look at the inventions we've created. If you want to get rich quick, find a way to make someone else's life lazier. Self flushing toilets, remote controls, infomercial exercise equipment, electronic toothbrushes, Ty Pennington, . . .etc.
On a completely separate note, I painted more beer today. I had a lot of fun with the caustics in the ice, (though not realistically accurate), it stylistically creates the illusion. (I call this the blue ice cave because I believe this is what lingers in every airplane's basement.)
The rest of the ice cave was rendered before my time at 8fish.
When I've considered what has been personally achieved vs. what I believe still needs to be done, the finished work far outweighs my intentions. That being said, all we should consume are small chunks, until our large portioned goals suddenly disappear one day.
I'm heading to the CTN Animation Expo the 3rd weekend in November so if any of you are going, let me know. Hopefully I'll have a Thanksgiving comic cover before the big day.
In the meantime, enjoy!