New Year was near but now it's here, you hear? So, over the past few months I've been making my transition from hobbyist to actual genuine freelance artist and designer - the first fruits of which I'll hopefully be able to post up soon. In the mean time however, here's me first update of 2013...
Firstly, I've been busy producing logos, letterheads, Facebook and Twitter page designs, T-shirt graphics and business cards for various clients, with more in the pipeline; so if you want something doing, get in touch!
On the downside, I've also been working on-and-off on an animation for the Animate Chapman competition from the recent film, A Liar's Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman. I know - where's the downer there, right?
Well, the combination of my crappy little laptop and Adobe Flash's less than adequate exporting capabilities meant that I couldn't successfully submit it via YouTube. Still, I got a lovely lot of animation experience under my belt, and I'm sure it'll turn up in a showreel of some kind one day.
What's in store for 2013, then? Besides more freelance jobs, a very silly new illustration of mine is getting printed in the upcoming debut issue of FORGE art magazine sometime soon, and I'll hopefully be releasing a few more products on Redbubble and Society6, as well as a new animation or two later in the year. Plus there's also some illustrations from an as yet unpublished children's book on their way.
Finally, if you're one of those crazy people who enjoys my nonsense, go ahead and like me on Facebook or follow me on Twitter for more regular updates on my work. In fact, make that your New Year's resolution, yeah?