Monthly Archives: July 2015
Posted by Sam Garland
Just when you thought I was down for the count, here I am again, stronger than ever. These words are brought to you by the following superhero, who I worked-up from a rejected commission sketch recently:
It’s been a busy month, relocating myself and business to Oklahoma City. I haven’t lived in this part of the country for 20 years, and it’s been a little readjustment. I don’t mean that sarcastically, it’s only taken a small amount of effort to be comfortable here. It helps when there’s family nearby (I was born and raised not too from from here) and when the culture is a familiar and welcoming one. This area seems to be exploding right now, but it’s still incredibly affordable and roomy compared to the cities I’ve lived in on the West Coast.
All that aside, the freelance work has really picked up and I’ve had to hurry to keep pace. When combined with a new day job, I’m all-of-a-sudden out of the free time I’ve been enjoying for the past 8 or 9 months. So, enjoy this little piece I did last night, while a bout of insomnia had hold of me. I’ll post more as they sneak their way out.