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Hello, hello!  This piece was inspired by my musician friend, Daniel Waghorn.  Check his site out!

Well...a  lot of things has happened lately.  I discovered I have no will power against Milo and had to give that up.  I had a couple of jobs go through and now things get really interesting since a big assessment is coming up in 3D school, my juggling of time skills are well and truly going to be put to the test.  I rejoined an old gym franchise I used to go to so I can keep training with Justin and I will be moving the fish drawings I have at the studio to another cafe that where pretty happy with the look of my work.  I want to now show off my range at the studio by picking my favourite illustrations to decorate on the wall.  Am hoping to do that after the current 3D assessment if not sooner.

Things have been really good.  Everyday feels like a big day though, so much needs to constantly get done that my sense of time is going out the window.  To me, the year feels like it's already October or something like that as every day has been jam packed.  Things to do, exercising, people to meet and to catch up with.  I love what am doing though and so I am pretty pleased with the way things are going!

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  1. Sounds great! It's wonderful to be busy, and not just with things you MUST do but also things you enjoy. This illustration is so cool! I love the color and texture and it's just a little bit spooky. The little owl is perfect.

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