At the beginning of the summer, some sorry terrorist vandal ruined my wooden bead yard art. At the END of the summer I get a fresh supply of wooden beads and 3 great children's books at a tag sale, all for $1! And if that stinking ratsoup bastard vandal is reading this, I'd just like you to know there are lots more beads in that can. It looks empty but there are more in it. I should have shaken them down to the opening of the can, but I'm not going to go take the picture over again just to prove it to YOU, you no account shoeless eggsucking monkey.
Hey guess what. I'm not doing that big video game design project and I couldn't be happier. Those folks were in a mad panic to finish all this artwork by December but couldn't give me a final script or game plan but wanted me to go ahead and start on it and commit to a flat fee and the payday really was not that great (quantity yes, quality no) and it was work for hire and I don't like video games anyway. Is this typical for video game production, you commit to a flat fee without knowing exactly what you are getting yourself into? Anybody know? That's CRAZY! I told them I don't work that way, man.
The good news is I can work on Fred and actually have a life for the next two months. Today I'm working on a mobius strip Teeny Weeny comic for Nick Mag. You cut it out and twist it into a mobius strip and the comic goes on FOREVER! How cool is that!
As that crazy lunatic Bissette likes to say -
Have a great Saturday
One and All!
One and All!