Studio and the times ...

Originally posted to my patreon page on 10/25/2016 here

First time attempting to print something anyway near this large. Screen size is 25x36in. 

"Finally got my garage/studio back and now I can finally get to working more!

Trying to paint at my desk in a nook in my living room, has been limiting my production which kind of spun into a work lull and a new kind of depression and anxiety.

Seems strange and might seem kind of whiney but it really put a claustrophobic feeling over me and I guess more specifically my creativity. There's been other major factors that have played into this depression also that I cannot talk about due to other people's request of anonymity so I'm having to hold all of that in, which adds to the claustrophobic and smallness feelings. I will just say cancer, heroin and alcohol SUCK.

I need to get back at it. And considering I just spent a decent chunk of money on some new equipment (printer, materials, etc.) I need your help more than ever to continue pursuing this passion. Thank you to all my patrons and hopefully new patrons to come."

I would love more patrons to help me reach my goals. My patrons win cool free art and stickers and soon will have to opportunity to receive free shirts and other cool stuff. It's easy and we both get something out of it all. 

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