Hey DreadHeads, new video is up, covering this sci-fi that I’ve really enjoyed. Check it out.
Episode 3 gives us chapters 11-15, including the incredible chapter 14, “The Woman In White.” This is perhaps the most action-packed chapter of the whole book.
(But don’t worry, episode 4 will have all of the really satisfying endings.)
And now, the artwork!
Episode one is here.
Episode two is here.
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I’m 5/12ths of the way done with the art for my next book. Follow me on Insta and Twitter (@DreadPennies) for updates in real-time.
Just knocked this one out Saturday, biggest piece in the book.
Silas and Josie.
Kay, the ghost hunter.
Kerstan, a ghost who helps the good guys.
The Headless Horseman with shotguns, riding a mammoth. Because yolo.
Woot woot, sawlid Dad Joke.
2018 sucked for a lot of people in a lot of ways, myself included. That’s just life. Then again, none of my family died, we’re all healthy and I still have a job. Not too much to complain about here at DreadPennies.
January was chill as all hell, no pun intended. I did my first ever author event at a library in Tremonton, Utah. It was an excuse to get out of town and have a quiet anniversary weekend with the wife.
February I taught at LTUE about how to wreck different vehicles in different ways. Also somebody hit my dog with their car so I hope their car wrecks.
March saw more gym time because I was a massive fatty and needed to stop the train. I didn’t lose any weight but I benched 250 for the first time.
April Avengers: Infinity War hit theaters, and the Internet was instantly flooded with dusty people memes. What a movie. Also I sold a short story.
May At work we landed a huge contract for a job to clean up a diesel spill in the desert. I would spend most of my summer driving boxes full of dirt across Utah. Easy easy money.
June My friend Ryan gave me a motorcycle. The baseline for friendship leveled up significantly.
July We took a family trip to Yellowstone for our birthdays, and I saw a bison up close for the first time! Also, the acidic caldera smells a lot like an oil refinery. Nature is pretty bad for nature.
August I finally lost weight when the wife made me do Jillian Michaels workouts in the mornings. Then a routine pipe job at work ended up dislocating my shoulder. Not my best summer ending, more on that later.
September We all welcomed the fall with open arms, and there was much anticipation for a change in the Sunday schedule at church. Also, as the dirt job slowed down, refinery work picked up. I started 60+ hour weeks.
October I did Inktober for the first time and it was a ton of fun. Even got paid to do it! I was on standby at work and had my sketchbook in the truck.
November I got paid to write! Same sitch as Inktober. Also, after looking forward to Thanksgiving for months, I got sick with strep for the weekend. Ugh. But I took the wife to see The Scarlet Pimpernel so the weekend wasn’t a total loss.
December For the first time in a long time, I think I finally found real meaning in the great Christmas holiday, without being super bummed that it was over. God bless us every one (said without irony.)
And now begins the resetting of the apocalypse clock, as 2019 rolls in and I take the long view of what I will accomplish next year.
Will I bore you with it here?
Just get ready for adventure. Fill your life with it. Live for something more than the grind. Strive. Struggle. Achieve.
And get back to work.
2016 was my most art-heavy year, what with finishing Engines of Liberty 3 and then knocking out Kill The Beast.
Not that I put too much stock in Instagram likes, but it’s a mathematical fact that my content reaches more people when it is art.
I don’t know which 9 photos will make the list this year, but I expect one of them will be a meme. We’ll see.
Takeaway is: I should draw more. Been too busy this year (2018 has been a major slog, work being the chief reason.)
So expect more of that. In 2019 I will spend 10 minutes a day drawing, and I’ll post each day’s progress. That’s when I’m not actively illustrating a project.
Not that anybody cares because nobody reads this blog. Get back to work.