Slow and steady is a great way to lose ...

I'm not even going to apologize for an eleven day absence, thats just terrible. Especially considering the meager amount of work I have to offer as penance. I'm making headway on this painting, but my jobs and freelancing gigs are cutting a good sized hole in my time. However,
having money is nice, so I suppose I'll just have to toughen up and sleep a little less.

This piece is so large that I've had to improvise an impromptu studio in my kitchen (formerly the home of the big effing mural). The space is actually working out pretty well, I may have to rethink the studio space a bit. Most likely not.

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