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Soooo much catching up to do.

It's been a hectic few months at McGone International HQ*. I finally got married (yay) and have been dealing with a few persistent, odd health issues (boo hiss), so my deviantArt time has been less and less. I'm trying to get back into the swing of things (I really threw off my art momentum), and I'm looking at a stockpile of great artwork from my Watches.

And a lot of Faves. I really try to keep up with personally thanking all my faves, but that doesn't always happen. "Too many Faves to keep up with" is a good problem to have, but I want everyone who stops by and comments or faves or adds me to their Watch to know I appreciate it. dA is a great art community.

So, thanks to all reading this or stopping by. Let's get back to the art.
-Shawn

*Not a real place.
  • Listening to: Broken Box - Queens of the Stone Age
  • Eating: Apple
  • Drinking: Water
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:iconincogvito:
Congrats and welcome to the married men club.
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:iconmcguan:
Thanks, Vito - glad to be here. ;)
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TRDLcomics Oct 28, 2011  Professional Interface Designer
I'm bad at thanking on faves too. Good reminder!

Congratulations on the wedding! I know how these realLife GOOD experiences can mess with the drawing time. On the other hand, for a good chance to catch on some projects too afterwards. I drew SO much on my honeymoon (oops)... I'm in the hospital now, with my second child newborn, and am catching up on commissions while I have a moment. Once we go home, it's going to be tough!

Hope you feel better!!!
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:iconmcguan:
Hey Thom, congrats on the new addition to your family! And you're catching up on commissions - are you already trying to teach your newborn how to draw? ;)
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TRDLcomics Oct 28, 2011  Professional Interface Designer
hahahah man you should see my 2.5 yr old daughter. She's gone from demanding drawings of buses, fish and robots, to DOING them. They look like mad scribbles, but I like the effort.
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