It feels so good to finally be able to settle back into the routine of relaxing and working on my personal projects in the evenings! I never really shelved any of my writing/artwork during my recent hectic exploits as an actor…not even at the most chaotic of times. I couldn’t. I had no choice but to keep at them. This past weekend, prior to the Saturday performance of the play I did that just closed, I went to Pat Catan’s and found some really cool accessories and such for the Grymwyck set, inside and out. Also more Sculpy to create the three new characters who will appear in the second installment of the series. Can’t wait to get started!
September 21, 2009
Preparations for GRYMWYCK Vol. II Begin
My three greatest inspirations as an artist are, in no particular order, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, and Alfred Hitchcock. Their films and their personal lives were the reason I started writing and creating back when I was a very lonely and misunderstood teenager. I am at present commencing to hammer out a career-primary or secondary-as an author/illustrator. I already have several books self-published and I've included links to where those are available. Thanks for stopping by! View all posts by RetroMan
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