Someone created this video to demonstrate how it might be if one tried to treat other businesses the same way they treat artists. I’ve posted this before, but it bears repeating for those who missed it the first time around. I’ve had to put up with this kind of thing over and over, and I’m having to deal with this right now with one particular client. It can be quite frustrating, to say the least…
(I don’t know where this video originated, so I can’t properly credit it. My apologies to the author/s.)
I’ve had lots of little gigs come in recently. For some reason these things come in waves. I’m not complaining. It’s nice to have the work. It’s just curious that the work tends to come all at once. In any case, here’s a little doodle from the other night. This is actually a character from a story I’ve written. If only I had the time to finish illustrating the entire thing.
Like yesterday, this is another sample of doodles from work.
I was working with a buddy who does fire & life safety testing. I, being the unskilled monkey in such matters, was stationed in front of a fire panel and jotted down device addresses as he sent signals. Because there were sometimes long pauses in between incoming signals, I took such moments to make quick doodles on the ruled notepad I had in front of me. These are not great drawings or anything, but I figured I’d share the kinds of chicken scratches I made while passing the time.