Quite a few interesting things have been going on this month. I actually am working on a project, I'm starting to get noticed by a couple users here, and I saw the most hilarious stage show in New York Fringe History (Wikipedia can tell you more).
First of all, brief mentions to
(because I can't seem to get links to their usernames working). These users had asked me to do artwork for them. Nobody on this site has ever done that. Most recognition I got was having pieces both favorited and commented on, which is a good thing. No complaints about that. Makes me wonder though if there was a way to take at least the top three artworks that have been favorited and promote them in some way on my page. Probably one of them specialty features available only to paying Core members. Anyway,
, I will get to your requests as soon as I finish with the artwork for this book I'm working on with a humor writer. I'm only four illustrations and a cover painting away from completion. Although it would go much faster if I had a scanner.
Also, another interesting observation was made about me. I put a link to one of my YouTube videos that I was in, and I was notified that I had the kind of distinct voice that could do fan dubs. I'm not surprised since I once did the opening announcements for a public access cable show starring a New York drag queen. I even dressed like a pirate a couple times for those shows. Having said that, if anybody knows how I can involve myself in a fan dubbing project, please comment down below.
And finally, speaking of New York drag queens, The New York International Fringe Festival is running, and I highly recommend and endorse The Lady Winifred and Didi Show. I've been following these talented performers ever since they set foot on Manhattan Island, and they keep getting funnier every time I watch them. If you're in New York City or visiting, you need to check them out.
That's all I got for this month until the U.S. Open brings me back... I hope...
...pray for me, everyone...