Hello DA Friends,
Thanks for your comments on my last entry - it was nice to see that some of you are still hanging around here. I still feel relatively the same since my last entry...
I've got one day left until two weeks of full-time madness at my 'real job'. I generally work there part time (I sculpt in my studio the other half of the time). I get to be stuck on my own for those two weeks when it's realistically a two person job (if you want anything to really get done). Should be interesting - that's all I really gotta say about it. But I have a feeling that I may be throwing in the towel soon thereafter. It's just not for me, anymore. I wake up and dread every single day of it, and there comes a point where you gotta say 'enough is enough' and walk away, despite how bad people will make you feel about your decision.
Something interesting happened lately, though - a piece of my work, notably Oliver the Mechanical Birdie...
He underwent a little bit of a colour change, courtesy of Photoshop, and was used on the cover of a French version of Haruki Murakami's "Wind-Up Bird Chronicle".
That's pretty exciting, methinks. I've never had anything of mine on a cover before, so it's definitely a new milestone, for sure.
I haven't been sculpting as much, lately, but I figured that if I am not being constructive in that manner that I should be using this know-how to show others how I do what I do. So I started a youtube channel.
Monster Kookies on YouTube: TheMonsterKookies
I realize that most of you can't really put a voice or a face to my name - now you can. Lucky you. Hahahah.
Anyways, check me out, like, subscribe, all that youtube-y stuff.
My partner in crime, Jason, also has a YouTube channel. Mostly about gaming and off-roading. He's been heavy into the Space Engineers and StarForge games, lately, so check him out too if you're into that stuff:
Jason on YouTube: BoNeS487
Anyways, I don't have much more to say... it's been cold here, very Autumn-like weather, and it's been lovely and gloomy. I'm diggin' it.