Did this drawing again cuz I forgot it was on etsy and it sold only to realize I already gave it away. Anyways, here it is again, perhaps better? I dunno.

A couple of portraits done during meetings. Will find more time to draw...after my deadline on the 25th. I swear. Hahah, k, boom for now.

Ok, so the reason I haven't posted...uh, anything lately is because I have been employed by the Division of Personal Financial Planning at Texas Tech University. Above are some sample pages from the project I am working on. They were looking to revamp their image/graphics and wanted a new print/web document to distribute to prospective students. My friend Altan is currently a grad student in the PFP program and was the coordinator for this project. He was responsible for content and I, the art direction. Together we banged this out in a little over a month...which is not a lot of time considering I have a full time job and he is a full time student and this was the first time both of us have taken on a project like this. Factor in personal summer plans, faculty schedules, multiple sources of input, the 1500 miles between us...and boom, major obstacles. We're finishing this week after crazy hard work, mad coordination efforts, and a lot of trial and error. Interestingly, we did everything digitally either through Google Wave (omg i know, and you didn't think anyone used it), Gmail, Box.net, Skype and cellphone calls which is really crazy if you think about it. Two people connecting via various forms of digital communication to get things done without ever meeting in person. There's no way this could have been done a few years ago. A-MAZING.

All in all, we're quite happy with what we created. Altan and I make a pretty bad ass team if I do say so myself. I am finalizing and getting faculty review this week and hopefully posting the final pdf here before the end of this week. Boom.

Edit: You may now find the full book at http://www.depts.ttu.edu/hs/pfpflip/