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Day 53 of illustrating straight and things are pretty darn busy.  Juggling a few jobs at once and have decided to focus on them one at the time and just get the one that's due first done.  Best way to work I think and then concentrate and smash out the next big gig after that.  Am tired to say the least and have not had any time to go to the gym.  Dying for a stress relief I must say.  Dying I tell you! Heh, on top of that, am thinking of going back to University next year to study 3D.  That will get very interesting on top of work because am not planning to stop.  Am also toying with the idea of compiling a book of all the drawings I've been doing everyday and a comic or two for Super Nova in Melbourne next year.  That is a real big maybe...feeling a little pressed for time as is.  I just feel like I have so much to do and my head is feeling quite full.  GAH!!!  Need to pound something or do something active!  I just have a lot of social gatherings this week and something had to give and gym was it!  Booooo!

The drawing above is done only with colour pencils.  A quick sketch at the local cafe today, just so I had some sun.

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  1. I hope you get a chance to take a bit of time off, I know you love it that you've got a lot of work but I know how hard it can get to keep up this pace.
    I love this one, her hair looks fabulous! :)

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  2. You look gorgeous! I have a few dresses that are not at all appropriate for windy days. Thank goodness for slips! :P I Melbourne hair
    -love- your hair roll! can't wait till mine is long enough to do that again. x

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