I’m back from my short year end hibernation and ready to tackle 2019. There’s a very busy twelve months ahead: Transmissions 5, a new collection of my robot artwork, will be heading to Kickstarter in the spring. In the summer, Astrogarth’s Moggin, a project that I’ve been working on for almost three years will finally be revealed. My final personal project of the year will be the 2020 Transmissions calendar in autumn. Between all that I’m loaded up with some exciting illustration work too, so my pen-wielding appendage should be getting plenty of exercise.
Sadly, such a packed diary means I can’t fit in everything I would like to, so I’ve decided that I won’t be doing any conventions this year. The bigger events are now over three days which means they take quite a bite out of the schedule and are more expensive to attend. As my eyesight gets worse, I also find the convention environment requires much more energy that it used to. I’d like to thank everyone who has supported me at conventions over the last decade and more; it’s deeply appreciated.
Time to get back to work on some more robots for Transmissions 5. I hope the new year brings everyone peace, happiness and creativity in abundance. Cheers!
(If you want to help chart your way through the year, don’t forget that the 2019 Transmissions calendar is still available!)