Over the years of showing my art on the internet I’ve experimented a little bit. If you take a look around on the website you will notice. I have mainly stuck to drawing because it is what I enjoy doing the most. I love doodling and I love drawing lines. A few years back I starting taking my art seriously mainly because of the encouragement of a friend. since then my main struggle has been finding meaning. I don’t have a lot of time to make art because I have a full time job, sometimes two plus Family is a priority to me. In trying to be productive with my art I have been trying to make too many things with out the time to do all the things I want to do. You can’t begin to imagine how many time I have had this awesome idea that I can never even begin to start on it. I’ve had a pile of newspapers in a corner of my home annoying the hell out of y wife for about a month now because of this paper mache project I have in mind that I really want to make but I don’t have the time. I keep switching between projects, mostly because I get bored and I want to try something different. So what time allows me to be more productive and satisfied is what I will work on now. Even if that means less updates and less content.
I have increasingly fallen in love with cartooning, or sequential art, or comics, whatever you want to call it. I got to a point where I said: I can draw these little “movies“, whatever I want to happen, I can create any character I need and I don’t need to pay them! And I can set my film in Mars and it don’t cost me a dime. Well… And the medium is so open for exploration and experimentation! Plus you have the freedom to create your own style and create art with the simplest of materials and you don’t need a lot of space. So if you like web comics, comics and you dig my style of cartoons, swing by every now and then I’ll be sharing some of my imaginings here in the form of sequential art. It’s one of the things I really want to create that time allows me to.
<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/22999575″>Toronto Comic Arts Festival: Pencil it In</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/user6670001″>Toronto Comic Arts Festival</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>