There were a few weeks of unemployment in there during which I made a lot of art. One thing I learned is that I don’t really want to spend 10 hours executing on a construction project anyone could do. I want to spend 10 hours throwing together unlikely ideas in a way that no one else would want to do. This means I am going to keep making small art with high density of content. I think that’s fine, but throwing hours at a huge straight-forward project is a much better way to make friends.
More Dinosaur Building
A Few One Offs
So we made a kind of train station.
Basically the Biltmore Southern project was done with a team and none of them had as much to contribute as me, so I also did this even bigger project on the side and occasionally pretended it was sponsored by Biltmore Southern.
So you know those weird signs you see in regular life that almost make no sense?
I did wacko versions.
And then I Had a Job
Seriously, though, I finished all the above a week before starting a job, then stopped making art and started putting in hours! I did turn out one last solid project before the year was over.