Thursday, May 12, 2016

4:30 and Getting Shit Done

I've started getting up earlier (4:30 a.m.) to work on creative pursuits. And sometimes to get in my workouts.

I like working at that hour. The family is sleeping. The house is quiet. I can usually get some pages written, start a sketch, or both.

This morning I wrote a few pages in the Moleskine notebook that I'm using for Kingdom of the Dead. Then I headed to the basement for a circuit workout (push-ups, bodyweight squats, etc.)

Also working on a sketch of a Templar Knight and dragon. Trying to make some art every day. Good for the soul and all that.

I'm currently reading Chuck Wending's Mockingbird.

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