As I dropped off the newest issue of Little Doodles at the local comic book shop (available now at Comic Book University, available soon from Comixology!) I started thinking about the journey to where I am now. Five years ago I barely drew anything much less anything as time consuming as a comic book and now I have drawn 10 comics and I'm working on another with my friend John Graham (It's really good BTW). From my first tinkering with Wastes of Space #1, just trying my hand to see if I could do a full issue, I have now drawn FIVE full issues of that series (Kickstarter for the trade paperback coming soon!), THREE issues of Little Doodles (Two are out and one is being held until the second one sells and the Wastes of Space trade paperback is out), ONE issue of Fruitbat, and a collection of fan art called Popcorn and Cheesecake that will be available soon. Not to mention all of the fan art I've done that wouldn't fit in the Popcorn and Cheesecake collection, the short Star Wars comic and animation that I did that will probably never see the light of day, and all of the work that I've done for others. Wow. From zero to sixty in 6 seconds. This isn't bragging, I just have a lot of creativity flowing out of me after letting it lie dormant for 20 years. A lot of things caused me to let drawing go and I wish now that I had not let those things get in the way but I'm back doing what I love and I couldn't be happier. Well, I could be if someone was paying me to do this for a living but I digress. Thanks to everyone who continues to support me especially my wife and my family. Thanks to the Indy creators and promoters who have steered me to where I need to be especially John Graham. And thanks to Comixology for agreeing to put the first Wastes of Space for sale on their service. Without that encouragement I might have quit again. Thanks everyone, stop in CBU if you get the chance and buy the latest Little Doodles and stay tuned for the Wastes of Space Kickstarter!