I’ve decided that I’m going to:
- Keep up with client work. I have a number of images in the pipe with more on the way. This is priority number one outside of the Day Job. If I can’t stay on top of this, the items that follow must be the things to suffer. I’m hoping that won’t be the case, but I have to set the rule for myself lest I make a client unhappy, and that is something I do not want.
- Do Inktober. It’s going to be my first year doing Inktober. I’m looking forward to it and I’m even a touch early. Ok – pick yourself up and dust yourself off. It’s not that surprising. I’ll probably do a variety of topics, but I’ll mainly be focused on my character Patch and related people / places / things for a story I’ll be doing for NaNoWriMo this year. That way the one can feed the other – assuming of course that I don’t burn out because of Inktober…
- Prep for NaNoWriMo. Working on the development side of things for a Patch story for this year’s NaNoWriMo. This will be a bit of a departure from my long standing method of essentially writing Patch as a Mary Sue (or Gary Stu, if you prefer). He’s a werewolf. He kills people. It’s not going to be pretty. Stay tuned if you’re into that sort of thing.
- Do Drawlloween? I’ve put this one in with a question mark because it’s only a “if I can swing it”. I’d like to do Drawlloween because I love the idea and because October and why the Hell not? Of course, I’m already stretched a bit thin, but I suspect that old adage holds true: “You’ll never get more done than when you’re over booked…”. I’ve seen at least a couple different versions of the Drawlloween calendar this year, but I’ll be using this one.
So here goes!
I’m going to create a gallery of all my Inktober images and that will show up here at the bottom of this page. Drawlloween will be on a separate page to keep things from getting confusing.