David Bamundo of the Wall Street Journal gave me a call with an overnight deadline. Luckily, he had an assignment that was right up my alley, so instead of preparing for a painful night of coffee and paint, I prepared for an awesome night of coffee and paint.
The story was about how Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland, created the modern bracketing format used in sports tournaments. Nice and straightforward, lots of imagery to choose from (even if, due to my ignorance of sports, I needed David to send me an example of a tournament bracket).
And as a bonus, it printed larger and better than anything I’ve had in the Journal this far.
Also, recently, I had the opportunity to do my very first live demo with my buddies at Awesome Horse Studios. Feel free to watch me ramble about what I’m doing. A fair amount of my friends chimed in to mock my thumb ring, my taste in music and my existence. It was quite fun.
Here is the result:
|value guide on one side, the result of a very distracted painting on the other.|
And now I have my Microvision is in the works, so stay tuned…