Once I finish this Kabuki story, I'll probably do more gallery shows.
For enjoyment, I do a lot of drawings and paintings. I like drawing and painting my friends and loved ones.
And I have stacks of sketch books and canvasses that I should present somewhere or some place eventually.
At a recent show, I enjoyed seeing so many of my spontaneous life drawings collected together.
I'm really looking forward to a time when I do more of this.
I enjoy writing and drawing comics, but to do both is SO labor intensive and time-consuming, and it demands a lot of consideration in a story continuity.
It is really refreshing to do completely spontaneous drawings and paintings that are single pieces and don't have to fit into continuity of panels, stories and previous volumes.
So I am looking forward to spending some future art time on that before I jump into the next project that I write and draw.
While I'm doing that, I'll probably also be writing comics and emjoying the collaboration of other artists writing my stories.
I'll probably include a lot of this work in future Art of David Mack volumes.