This time it was a lifestyle shoot. I took the models to a local bar, walking in downtown Athens, and to an old train depot. I'm getting the hang of this.
So I have this white board at work that I use to write down deadlines I need to remember for the week. As I complete projects I free up space on the board which leaves me a mostly empty white space on Fridays. Not able to have a blank canvas go to waste, I end the week with a character drawing. Can you name them all?
I'm posting this now because I felt appreciated in an unusual way when I returned last Monday. The maids who come in to vacuum and empty my fast-food-wrapper-packed waste basket left me a note. :-) I guess I'll have to keep this up now.
I was a member of the press working for ScienceFiction.com at this year's Dragon Con in Atlanta, GA. It was a pretty great experience. The convention is most known for a parade Saturday morning and I took pictures from the "press corral" and was escorted into the parade for close-up shots of the participates.
Check out my cosplay round-up here.
I recently painted our upstairs bathroom and stocked it with Disney-themed toiletries. The final touch was this picture I drew it with Prisma colored pencils on toned-tan paper. It might be the first in a line of Disney drawings.
Earlier this week I was the photographer for a photoshoot with the Watkinsville Police. Since I was paid for taking pictures, this technically makes me a professional photographer now. Stick that in your resume and smoke it.
The officers were great sports and seemed to have done this before. Maybe it just came natural. The photoshoot was for Tifosi Optics' tactical line of sunglasses. Here are a few shots.