Creative Fulfillment (And How It's A Little Bad)

As I write this, early on a Saturday morning, before my house guests get up (and hopefully I'll get back to the house before they even have to notice I'm gone), I've just seen the cover for the newest comic D.A.M. Good Comics will be publishing. I wrote it (and rewrote it, and rewrote it...), Daniel did the interior art, and this time we asked a friend to do the cover.

He knocked it all the way out of the park. Just like Daniel did, does, and will continue to do on the interior art.

What I'm saying is I get to work with really good artists on such a regular basis and we're all doing it basically because we love it.

If you ask an artist what he really wants, besides enough money to pay the bills and the other boring necessities, that pretty much checks the boxes. 

I've talked about it before, but it also takes away some of the fire that a new creator like me feels. 

But this isn't a post about that. It's one about how I have great friends and collaborators. Life is good.