I'm glad to say that the New Year has arrived.
Don't get me wrong - it hasn't been all bad for the last few months. I just got back from vacation in fact, and had the chance to see if I could still ski correctly (or as close to correct as I ever was) and got a chance to try out dog sledding, which was surprisingly awesome to do. But for the most part, the end of 2013 was crowded with obligations, both on the work and play fronts, and that left little time for me to do much in the way of drawing or painting. I'm hoping that things have calmed down now, although I'm probably deluding myself.
Most of my limited drawing time has been spent working on Warhammer 40,000 stuff of late, since there's been discussion about a new Deathwatch campaign being started sometime in the future. There's also been a fair amount of plotting and discussion concerning our Rise of the Runelords Pathfinder campaign, where people are creeping up on 7th level and our cleric is planning his rise to prominence in the local area. For those familiar with the campaign, we just finished up going through the Misgivings, which was pretty rough on the party to say the least. A couple of the threats came very close to putting down a member of the group for good, and as a GM myself it always warms my black, black heart when I see that sort of fear show up in the eyes of the players.
Anyway, here's hoping for a calm 2014, with plenty of spare time. That's as close to a resolution as I'm willing to do.
Reading: Unsolved Disappearances in the Smoky Mountains
Watching: Discovery Channel
Playing: Warhammer 40,000