Moving’s done and I’m at my geoligist’s place now. (Just until I get my own soon.) Just drove 600 miles in a cramped U-haul truck, towing a car. I am never doing that again. Next time, I’ll save io the extra $400 and have my stuff shipped.
But now I’m here and that means I can finally start on my comic now! :)
thehappysorceress said: FINALLY! Off to PA.
Yeah, it’s finally happening. I’m terrified, and it’s a big move. But I’m also excited and can’t wait. It’s going to be an awesome adventure, and I got someone even more awesome waiting for me there. :)
I even got myself Peter Quill’s Awesome Mix Vol. 1 for the roadtrip! :D
…And I was already requested to draw Sugilite. I kinda think it’s awesome, and I’ll totally do it… But I’m moving Monday, and my art supplies are already packed up for the move.
A little Robin Williams story that I thought about today. As a few of you know, my mom passed away in 2008 due to complications with kidney failure. But one of my earliest memories involves the late comedian. When I was a small child, we’re talking 3-4 years old… Robin Williams appeared on an episode of Fairy Tale Theatre, as the Frog Prince. And when they had the moment where he turned back into being a human, and well, I was a dumb kid and didn’t understand special effects. I mean, I kind of understood them. Like I knew that the blasters in Star Wars wasn’t really firing lasers. But I didn’t know how they did it.
So confused about Robin Williams’ reptilian-to-humanoid morphing, I asked my mom “How did they do that?” My mom, with this happy face tells me, “That’s Robin Williams.” as if that was the answer to my question.
So for a few years afterwards, I literally thought that Robin Williams was magical.
And I guess in a way… He was. :)