Nevertheless, we are alive and kicking. We continue to do what needs doing. We manage to keep moving. The blog, however, has suffered. A bit.
I've been trying to write some stuff recently but distractions have been many and severe, and I'm finding certain stories I want to tell difficult to nail down. Perhaps I'm aiming a little too high with some of these things, but that's always been my nature. In the meantime, I figured I'd pop in and write a few words to bring things up to speed.
I'm going to go ahead now and make a couple announcements then close with a new piece. First, I will be at the Magic Grand Prix in Providence, Rhode Island next month, along with fellow artists Lars Grant-West, R.K. Post and Ryan Pancoast. I can't say whether any of the other guys will be bringing paintings, but I'll have a few, and I'm sure there will be prints and proofs available all around. Should be a nice event and I'm looking forward to it. Secondly, I am still headed to Japan in June. As long as Wizards plans on having the Pro Tour event there, I will present to support it. Joining me will be fellow artist Mike "Daarken" Lim.
Further details on the above events will appear on my site's news page as we close in on their respective dates.
Here, now, is the newest piece spoiled officially by Wizards of the Coast for the upcoming New Phyrexia Magic set:
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I can't tell you what it's called because they haven't released that info, but they did at least spoil the image. As soon as that bit of info has been released, this guy will end up in the gallery on my site. I don't fancy leaving him untitled until then.
Well, I'm off to finish up the voluntary changes on one painting and make a go at completing the unfinished second take on the Badass cover. With a little luck, I'll be able to start that personal piece I was talking about at the beginning of May. I shall keep you all posted.