Journal 1-28-2010

Journal 1/28/2008

So, I just rounded off a series of very busy and exhausting weeks!  Aside from my day job and my personal life I’ve been hard at work on a couple of client projects as well as my digital painting class.  Yesterday I finished off the client projects so now I can concentrate on my class and on creating more personal work.  The freedom feels great for now!  I’m also gearing up for a larger project I can’t talk about, but I can say that it is a fantastic opportunity and I want to make sure my plate is cleared so I can really focus on it.

You can read my ramblings above and see that I’m doing a bit of experimenting with markers and Posca paint markers.  As I’ve said before, I’m working on developing a style that will be directed towards the children’s market because I think that is where I would ultimately like to end up.

One thought on “Journal 1-28-2010

  1. Can you believe this story from Denver?I just saw this story and had to share it with all of you.This poor woman, just can’t believe that this actually happens in this day and age, what a shame.I just thought it was important to share.(CNN) — Three police cars pulled into Christina FourHorn’s front yard one afternoon while <a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>working from home just before she was supposed to pick up her daughter at school. The officers had a warrant for her arrest.”What do you mean robbery?” FourHorn remembers asking the officers. Her only brushes with the law had been a few speeding tickets.She was locked up in a Colorado jail. They took her clothes and other belongings and handed her an oversize black-and-white striped uniform. She protested for five days, telling jailers the arrest was a mistake. Finally, her husband borrowed enough money to bail her out.”They wouldn’t tell me the details,” she said.Later, it became clear that FourHorn was right, that Denver police had arrested the wrong woman. Police were searching for Christin Fourhorn, who lived in Oklahoma.Their names were similar, and Christina FourHorn, a mother with no criminal record living in Sterling, Colorado, had been caught in the mix-up.

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