With a newly purchased Wacom tablet, I'm looking to help illustrate or conceptualize board games. If you're looking for a digital artist to help with your game, online comic, whatever, please send me a message.
I have summer's off and am looking for a meaty project to lend my creativity.Mission Peak, Elevation 2,516'(767 m)
My awesome family. I'm nothing without them and they make me most proud of myself and fulfilled in life. Great kids, even better wife
My wife and I teach and have the same vacation time off, so we spend most of our free time hiking, camping, walking our Goldendoodle, and enjoying time with our three children. I introduce family gaming as much as possible. It's interesting to see what games click with my wife and each of my children:John
- Loves Dungeon Twister and Blueprints. He is the original Heroscaper in the household. He found the game and opened my eyes to modern board gaming. I most likely would not have this hobby without him finding Heroscape in a TRU catalog back in 2004.Sophia
- Loves Dancing Dice, Dead Man's Treasure, Qwirkle, Three Musketeers, and CatacombsJoe
- Space Hulk, Heroscape, and Battleball. My Ameri-Trasher. He has the most inquiries of my three children, driving me crazy with questions, questions, questions! He pesters me to play The Mushroom Eaters. Renee
- Lost Cities, Ra the Dice Game, Jaipur, (surprisingly) Ancient Terrible Things, and any quick dice game. It's fun to look over my recorded plays and see a spike in games played with my wife during our April wedding anniversary.
Dione captured by the Cassani spacecraft orbiting Saturn. (I saw this on Reddit) I tend to fantasize that when I pass on, my soul, life force, whatever, free-falling through the cosmos and re-configuring into something with more awareness and understanding of the universe.
My daughter and her dancing golden doodle
I've been listening to a lot of instrumental surf music, especially The Astronauts.
Here they are in 1964's movie, Surf Party, 'performing' Firewater.
The well-known Chantays' Pipeline.
Dutch surf rockers, the Apemen.
Russia's horror surf band, Messer Chups.
I just discovered them a few days back (1-20-15?)
Love, love, LOVE these guys and their surf music meets horror schtick sensibilities.
I see a lot of Cramps in their style and presentation.
I also immensely enjoy listening to classical music while I game, work, clean or cook. Currently, this is my favorite work to experience.
The whole composition is amazing, but it was the second part, Larghetto, at 24:37 that first captivated me to Beethoven's Violin Concerto.
Itzhak Perlman is amazing and inspiring (he suffered from polio as a child) to see, at performance's end, hobble on and off the stage with crutches.text coding for recording EH plays