Ever since I decided to move into this place, I’ve never really been told I’d made the right decision, I mean, everyone has their doubts, but Savannah has a good vibe about that just makes it worth it.
Lastly, I have plenty of friends that live in Savannah that I’m not quite ready to say goodbye to just yet, call it selfish, but that plays a very big part of my creative process, knowing someone else is there to share your ideas and interests with. Back on Long Island I had great friends, but they didnt quite understand the need to draw like I did, and thus, my work stagnated. That’s no way to get an art career started.
By the way, if you’d like to check out Jason Little’s work, check out Beecomix.com, I helped color and tone some of the pages of his book “Motel Art Improvement Service” that should be out sometime in the next year or so.
Jason was a great guy to work for, back in the summer of 2006, which now seems like eons ago, from my home on Long Island I would take the train into Brooklyn then take a bus to his house about twice a week and simply helped him scan, color and tone his comic. It was a real eye opening experience, seeing a man living out his dream drawing comics, with a happy family to boot. Someday I’m going to achieve that greatness, but you’ve got to start at the bottom I suppose.