Well Vancouver was beautiful and my lady and I had a lot of fun. Today is my first day getting back to my normal schedule. This was a really fun piece to do. I came up with it after seeing the movie Logan. I honestly didn’t expect the movie to hit me the way it did. It really was just an incredible movie not just a super hero movie. And I’m not gonna lie it hit me pretty hard emotionally. It was very hard to say goodbye to such an iconic character. Haha I know he isn't real but I totally grew up with this guy being one of my all time favorite heroes. I took a much different approach to this painting in the way that I never really just buried myself in it like I usually do with my pieces. I would bring this guy out and work on it an hour here an hour there and I honestly enjoyed the process so much more. I found that I never dreaded working on it. I think over the years I have developed so bad habits in my process. So after finishing this guy and seeing the results I have decided to adopt a much more relaxing way to work. The goal is to work on pieces for no more than 2-3 hours a day and just have more pieces going at once. And if I don't feel like working on a particular piece then I don't work on it. This for me is just a much healthier way to work I think. I don't grow to dread or hate my paintings. Instead I find myself wanting to work on them, and in the end I think the end result is just much better. You do your best work when you enjoy what you do, and I think I have finally realized that. Right now while I'm trying to build a following and make a name for myself I’m not making any money, so why not do whatever the hell I want. Well thanks for looking and I really hope you all enjoy this piece. Like always feel free to drop me a comment or whatever. Got some fun stuff planned so keep your eyes out.