#oldart time bc it's another travel day. SO. I've done precisely ONE fanart of #GoT and it's this pencil sketch from waaaay before the show was even a twinkle, in like 2006-7. This kinda graphite work was rare for me at the time, but I've always liked the energy of it, and strangely it strongly resembles the general look of my pencil pieces today. At that point I was barely a year into a game concept career, was really focused on digital creature design, and rarely took time for any personal work, but cmon that image of Coldhands dispatching the wights in Storm of Swords was just too good to pass up.
I DUNNO, my first high fantasy novels were limited to lotr and a song of ice and fire up until fairly recently, so it's been kinda nuts seeing my first exposure to the genre explode into popular consciousness and delineate literally all of fantasy media💀
These Colorado mountains are finally ready for a coat of resin!
This piece ended up being all collaged paper that I painted accents and highlights on top of.
Hope you like it @_____cason_____ ! #joedolackart
SUSHI PIZZA🍕🥢 Can this get any better? I really don’t think so. Went the other day to @paseowynwood and ate at an amazing foodtruck that sales super fresh and delicious sushi including this creative pizza slice. If you are ever in the area check them out!
🌎: Miami, FL
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The power lies in your response. Responding gives you the opportunity to make amends and get a second chance to win the customer back. If that doesn’t happen, your potential customers will see that you made an attempt to correct the issue at hand.