One of the cool things about my recent move to full-time cartooning
has been my ability to have a little flexibility in my scheduling.
And I have no shame admitting to you that I've taken advantage of that flexibility like crazy this summer, spending all kinds of time with my wife and two boys -- something I wasn't able to do too much while I was holding down a full-time job and trying to build my webcomic.
Now, however, as the kids are headed back to school (and as I'm staring down those tuition bills), I'm going to try to devote a little bit of that flexibility to doing some other kinds of projects that I was never able to do.
One of those is original commissioned illustrations
Another is public speaking
And another is a limited number of freelance illustration projects
that I'm willing to take on.
OK.. another is an abiding desire I have to teach a college course in cartooning, but let's focus a little here.
If you've ever looked at Evil Inc
or Courting Disaster
and wanted an original piece of art -- drawn to your specifications, complete with all of the blue pencil lines, rendered in archival, black ink on acid-free paper... well, I've been hankerin' to do a few.
Click here for more information.
Now... about that college class...