Hey! So, it's been a while. I've had to do some thinking about Halloween, and what I want to do going forward.
Over the past few years, admittedly, things have gotten harder and harder for me. Losing my game development job, and then relying on free-lance work while I wrapped up our movie took a lot out of me.
My dwindling income, and lack of spare time meant that I couldn't do much when it came to Halloween these past few years. My last few haunts have been extremely limited, and the truth is that my situation hasn't gotten any easier.
I've also come to accept that I just don't live in a good climate for home haunting. It's almost always rainy and miserable the last week of October, and I rarely get any trick-or-treaters. Last year we saw just two.
With the movie wrapped up I need to refocus on my career, and find stable employment in my field. With this in mind, every spare moment that I have has to be directed towards my portfolio and general job seeking efforts.
At the same time, I have also really wanted to produce more Halloween related content for my blog and YouTube channel.
And luckily this isn't necessarily a conflict in interests. I mean I make horror movies. It's on my resume.
So, moving forward, I am going to be producing a lot more Halloween, Autumn, and horror related artwork, and I am going to be uploading it to my new Tumblr page. I am also going to live stream my painting/sculpting sessions via my Twitch channel.
I'll be posting regular updates when I start a stream, and you can subscribe to my channel if you wish to receive email notifications when I go live.
I hope you'll join me as I undergo these changes. It's a rough time, I am working hard, and having you folks along would really raise my spirits.
Hi folks. I haven't been around much lately. Been busy starting off the new year.
But I recently discovered this interesting tumblr called "Bleeding Brains, that collects interesting horror and weird images from the 70's and 80's. It's pretty darn rad, check it outs! And be sure to browse their tumblr!