the Scantily Clad Artist

Posted on April 30th, 2013 by

Picture me in my skivvies running across the street on a nice humid afternoon. Glistening with beads of sweat rolling down my slick muscular body. Feeding the arid asphalt below my feet, desperately looking for whatever companionship comes its way. Now, forget all that. This is getting really creepy and very CHEESY.

Welcome to my first ever website dedicated to everything me. Because I’m just that damn narcissistic (Sarcasm?). Its been a long time coming, as I’ve been attempting to make a suitable online blog/portfolio for years, ultimately failing in the end. I blame myself for setting impossible goals, striving to compose a strong, powerful, thought-provoking website. Sadly those attempts always found themselves unfinished and abandoned. For the better part of this year, I felt the need to reinvent myself, both as a person and as an artist. Whether its traditional art or fictional literature. Now I’m hoping to become something different altogether. Hell, as of this article, I am juggling more than five projects, each very different in their own right. Paid and Unpaid. So FUN!!!! 

So what can you expect dear reader, from my wonderful site? Well, my goal is to provide a place to post all my work. We do indeed need our portfolios and whatnot, but I want to offer more. As some of you know, I’m looking to get back into writing. What a better way to do so than starting my very own blog. Huh! Some may call me mad. No! I’m just taking care of business. I’ve always had passion for writing. Therefore, I want to offer up on a silver platter, Film/Book/Video Game reviews, behind the scenes of my latest work and associated projects, post-mortem of previous work, offer playable video game prototypes, and much more. Its ambitious, yes, but I only recently realized that I function best under the weight of stress. A painful yet relaxing way of life. Some call that irony.

I’ll tell you what, check out the rest of the site. See what I have to offer. Then come back and let me know what you think. I appreciate those who’ve gotten this far. It really does mean a lot. I’m always open to suggestions on improvements, so don’t be afraid to throw a curve ball my way.

There are many more changes planned for the site, so stay tuned. Either subscribe to my RSS feed or like my Facebook page.