can't. write. much. must get. back. to. endless. (crappy) work.
BUT tony's site is pretty much done so go feast your eyes at www.tonybaker.ca!
i still need to add a one bit of art to the painting page (tones, you got one more? i thought i did but they're just duplicates with slightly different names) and update a few of the images but other than that, done! woo hoo! now i just have to concentrate on surviving this work week (huge presentation due monday), bidding on a house all by my myself on saturday (shane has a fishing trip planned. i will have a small posse of girlfriends to back me up.), and then starting on another portfolio site for my other good artist pal, sandy imeson. crazy times. i'm hoping december will give me a bit more blogging time and some much needed hours at the sewing machine.
in response to tiel's question in my last posts comments: i first learned on flash 4 about a million years ago (well, at least 5 or 6) and was a bit of a flash nerd for awhile there. then i started doing a few sites for corporate clients and discovered what a pain in the ass it was to make changes, compared to the print design i was used to. i sort of just stopped doing web altogether, then built myself a site about 3 years ago and haven't touched it since. i'm working in mx 2004 now and really did have to reteach myself the most basic things but am feeling pretty comfortable with it again and, with a few tips from our IT fella at work, have learned a few new tricks.