Sorry, kids. Not much to report. I have a crapload of papers to print out, including an awesome description of Vanclevea by Sterling Nesbitt. This will be done tomorrow, at work, a place I don't want to go after a five-day weekend. How did I spent my time over the last five days? Playing games, mostly: I beat Batman: Arkham Asylum tonight (great game) and got very far into Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles. I also started Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time, which is wonderful so far and delivers mind-numbing time-based puzzles.
Surely that's not all I've been doing, right? How about some productivity, there? I am happy to report that the bulk of my remaining time was spent re-reading "The Lost World" (I'm halfway through), and I'm enjoying it for what it is. Seems that every dinosaur on Isla Sorna is green, though, which is absurd. I've also been working concepts for an upcoming commission, and more concepts for "Life on Leather Wings," including this little gem:
The wings are of secondary importance. The key here is that I did this whole figure blind--no references--and it came out okay. The more I do this, the better I get at it (GO FIGURE!). Stay tuned for a wealth of paleo-related posts as I sort through the massive backlog of papers on my Gmail.