December 31, 2009
When Karen and I were first married, we bought a house deep in the Missouri Ozark woods and I started my freelance career from there. Most freelance artists move closer to big cities where work is flowing. Not me! Using my superior thinkin’ skills, I decided to launch my freelance career from the very middle of Nowhere U.S.A.
Way back then nobody… NOBODY worked at home. If you worked at home you obviously didn’t have a job. These days it’s commonplace to work at home, and work for yourself to boot.
As they say, the acorn doesn’t fall far from the oak tree. My oldest son Nick just launched Prolifik Films, and is now working at home as a freelancer. One of the side projects that he and I are working on is a motion graphic comic book. I had no idea there was any such thing as a motion graphic comic book two months ago and now I’m in the middle of developing one withProlifik Films.
Their new web site is up, so if you’re curious about his work, run on over and take a look. Prolifik Films