Way on back in May of 2015, I was getting ready for a month long road-trip to the west. I had backed up my hard-drive with all of the work up to that point on my graphic novel and we were hitting the road. We camped, stayed with friends, visited family, crashed in hotels (when we were feeling rich) cooked our food on public park tables(when we were not), and made out way to Oregon (at least the Southern part) from Dallas. We saw a lot of coast, a lot of hills, some mountains, a certain big canyon, beautiful night skies, haunted deserts, temples to Monkey Gods, and then saw home when we got back.
Now, I have 52 pages completed (which means probably 1/3 of the art total) and I still wish I could share, but it's not ready. This is what I've spent the bulk of my creative energy on, and is why visually, there have been next-to-no update to the site in almost a year. This is not to mention the fact that I am supposed to be working on a companion book to the Ellis decK.
However, at the beginning of the week, I decided to knock some of the dust off of the site and see if I could make a few things easier to find. 3 days into it (I work slow on web things) I'm here writing a blog about promising more things to come.
I promise there is more to come.