I remember whern I was in high school, I’d have the desire to draw, but didn’t have any idea what to draw. Nowdays, I seem to have lots of ideas for what to draw, but not as much time to do it.
I’ve just stolen a bit of time from other things that I should have been doing, and roughed out a book cover for Rimbaud’s A Season in Hell. I’ll get to inking it at some point. Shortly, I’ll get to thumbing through the new 2006 Children’s Writer’s & Illustrator’s Market to find some art directors to send my work to. But other things I wanted to get to this weekend (but won’t get to all of them) are…
- The Dream of Lydia Jane (an illustration)
- Black Trumpet Soup (illustration)
- Long John Pilgrim, the Thanksgiving Pirate (illustration)
- Gourds (illustration)
- Raymond and the Sun Pirates (book dummy)
- Claude Claude (book dummy)
And this list neglects the other larger projects that have been pushed to the side until the smaller, more immediate projects are completed.