Taking a Step Back

Hello internet! I’m writing you from Guadalajara, Mexico, where I am studying until June. I’d like to say thank you to the absolutely startling uptick in viewership of this blog, especially considering that now I am basically unable to post new content. Sure, I’ve got schemes to post some older projects, but nothing fresh and exciting just now. In the meantime, I just want to say hi to everyone. The stats-analytics tool tells me you’re from all over the place, which is phenomenal because it means I’ve gained a scope beyond friends and family that I spam on facebook. Where are you, personally, right now? What brought you to this blog? Did you try making rosemary-mint chocolate cake? Did it work? Did you pass your anatomy exam? Is there a non-sexual reason that everyone on the internet seems to be looking for wolf masks? I hope you’ll take this opportunity to leave a comment, and let me know what you’d like to see more of, or even specific requests, if you got ’em.

I started this blog while I was teaching English in Bolivia, and this isn’t exactly my first art-from-unfamiliar-circumstances rodeo, but it could take me a bit to straighten things out. I don’t have a scanner, or a sketchbook, my laptop is so old it runs on coal, and I don’t have any tools to make more rad stuff. My most recent project was cutting the bottom out of a water jug to make a lampshade for the bare bulb that lights my room, which probably doesn’t require instructions.

I’ll see what I can do to get some new and exciting stuff up. Thanks for reading!


About Jesse Conlang

Jesse Conlang lives in Edmonton, Alberta, where he has trained squirrels to operate pens and pencils at his whim. You can probably tell that by the quality of the work.
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2 Responses to Taking a Step Back

  1. More platonic wolf masks. Also a picture of your steam-powered laptop.

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