Bloggedy blog blog.
We at Crows Feet Studios are finally getting used to this whole "blog" thing. It sure seemed very self-absorbed at first; now we just think of it as info-tainment and a pleasant distraction, rather than the egotistical tripe we originally thought it would be...
Okay. Now we can continue with a clear conscience.
If you're reading this, chances are (according to the analytics and stats that we've compiled ) you've already been to our informative, yet tastefully goofy website. And somehow you managed to force yourself away from that little slice of heaven and into our blog. Well, good for you! We congratulate you on your good sense and sheer willpower. So what happens now? Oh, keep your shorts on. We're getting to it.
Right now Crows Feet Studios has got a full load of work to do. Several portraits lined up, t-shirts, posters, more murals, plus more coming down the pike. You can't imagine how much we are spending on Red Bull and effeminate coffee drinks right now. Still, we are NOT complaining, believe me. It is a very good thing that we are growing so fast, and it is well worth the extra hours. We enjoy the work very much, in fact. Now how many people can make that statement? Not many, let me tell you. How many people do you know who actually enjoy their work? For most people, work seems to be one of two scenerios- either the employee is good at their job but don't enjoy it at all, or they absolutely can't stand their job and are doing it strictly for a paycheck. Either way, it's not easy for the long term. Your job takes up so much of your time, so much of your LIFE--well, it sure would help if that job were something that you didn't dread going to every day. I've been there. I'm pretty sure it took 6 or 8 months off of my life. Not to mention how much I spent on medication.
Anyway, the whole point of this soliloquy is to keep you- the gentle yet fashionable reader- informed as to what Crows Feet Studios is doing, will be doing, and can offer you. Right now there is a visit to LA this weekend, which will consist of half genuine networking with other artists and half just dressing up and being goofy. Money well spent. But we are also working on our line of "characters" (for lack of a better term). These will be painted figures, each with their own personalities and themes, out of which we are building a line of products! You know- stickers, coasters, t-shirts-that sort of thing. Mmmmm....shameless marketing.....
I could talk about capitalism and art markets all day, but I'm afraid work must intrude. Plus I want to watch Tremors tonight. I never get tired of that movie. Heh.
See you on the other side, kids.
Chris & Carlos