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ShutoCon, Lansing MI

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Nov. 28th, 2010 | 01:24 pm
location: Behind your shoulder
mood: calmcalm
music: Innocence, Bjork

I'll be there, have a table, and will be taking commissions. Other than that...nothing much has been going on in my less than fabulous life at the moment. I may be published soon in KSU's art and poetry magazine, Luna Negra, for both artwork and poetry (which is odd as I'm far more of a prose person). I've been talking to the editors and the other bigwigs running the show, and it sounds like I've definitely made it in which is exciting. Other news art-wise, I've been working on all sorts of commissions right now (it's strange to think that I'm actually making money in this field which was always just a hobby for me, but I'm not complaining. However, a major-change has been in consideration, but I love politics far too much for that at the moment). I've still yet to really start on these T-shirt designs which I've been commissioned to do, but I have a few technical sketches worked out on bristol board...so that should be interesting once it gets done.

Right now, I'm sitting under a pile of French translation and composition work (imagine writing research papers in French about once a week, and you'll get how I feel about that). I'm glad the semester is slowly winding down until that frantic week of final exams. I'm actually looking forward to my classes next semester; it just feels like I'm caught in such a strange sort of limbo right now. Maybe I just need a good book to occupy me. Any recommendations?

As always, latest work:

Pain And Catharsis by =MadElfTk on deviantART

L'Enfant du Printemps by =MadElfTk on deviantART

Grace Jones by =MadElfTk on deviantART

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They burnt down my house! THEY ATE MY TAILOR!

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from: escherzo
date: Nov. 30th, 2010 03:41 am (UTC)

Your art is excellent as always! Good to hear from you again :)

hmmm, something good I've read recently. We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson is good, one of the books Sophia lent to me recently. Also This Town Will Never Let Us Go by Lawrence Miles, who is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors.

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from: madelftk
date: Dec. 8th, 2010 11:44 pm (UTC)

Thanks, Chris! I log in here far more rarely and sporadically than I actually want to nowadays. My finals are right around the corner...so I've been bogged down with a lot of last minute dreamed up projects that my professors decided to assign. Research paper in French? Yep...that's been keeping me busy. Thanks for the book recommendations; I'll be sure to pick them up over the break!

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