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My latest book is now available on Amazon! A lighthearted look at the threat intelligence community, explaining the concepts in ways that children, as well as analysts, can understand. Written by Robert M. Lee.
A decision I made a short time ago is looking to have been a smart one: to cut down on the random and scattered nature of my artistic output-- it's tough when you like everything-- I decided that:
Anything Worth Doing at All is Worth Doing at Least Three Times.
I'd just made a pariody knockoff of The Godspell theatre poster. One of my favorite clients is British playwright Michael Starr so I thought a little practice/study of a really iconic theatre poster was a good idea. Plus I like the word "gobsmack" and this seemed like a good place to use it.
Once done however, the poster just sat there looking lonely and out of place on my Deviantart page, so I came up with the Rule of Threes for myself, and "forced" myself to make two more posters. Now they make a pretty set. But while I enjoyed drawing them, it dawned on me during the time that what I really wanted to be doing was a knock off comic book cover. Comics are my real passion, but like I said, I'm easily distracted by other stuff.
Once the first was done however, I was trapped-- two more Kaila the Wolfgirl (a character of my own) comic covers, blatantly based on Marvel Comics 70's Conan the Barbarian covers, are on the way. And boy am I having fun.
But... now it dawns on me-- to keep with my Three's Rule, I have to come up with TWO MORE RULES. Help!