Tuesday, January 10, 2006

day jobs

As I write this, it's well past 3am and I'm going through the usual freelancer hell of tight deadlines. 2006 seems to be especially busy, and I've been spending many long nights drawing at my table while listening to the radio. I shouldn't complain -- I actually like working at night much more than during the day. There's less interruptions and time seems to stretch out more, which is good for the creative process. And tight deadlines force me to get more creative and less finicky. And no matter what, I still prefer working at home in my studio to working a day job in a cubicle somewhere.

The drawing above was originally produced for Canadian Business Magazine, and accompanied an article on Gen-Y losers in the marketplace...