Some crackhead smashed the window of my truck and ganked my iPod, GPS, and radar detector – none of which was out in plain sight. Instead of using a brick, rock, or old spark plug like a normal cracky – he used a screwdriver to pry the window past it’s threshold for shatter and bent the door frame in the process which now needs bodywork and paint to be fixed.There is nothing worse than that feeling of violation when someone does something like this… and I feel confident that there is a special place in hell for people that break the golden rule of all golden rules. Never touch a man’s automobile. ESPECIALLY a zombie-killing truck. That just has bad karma written all over it.
I added a new feature to the site that breaks down time and software details for each project. It is my hope that it will help prospective clients get a better idea on what it takes to create the work that I do. Too many people STILL think that you just wave a magic wand and click a few buttons and BAM – you have good work. That has never been the case, nor shall it ever be such.I rolled up my sleeves and got to customizing the WordPress interface so I could toggle this data field on (the default is off) as needed. It made for a good exercise, because I learned a few things in the process… and I am definitely pleased with the result!
HUGE thanks to my buddy Alex for the amazing voiceover, to Will and Josh for hooking me up with some of the incredible footage, and to Cody for letting me borrow his 5DMKII!Biggest thanks of all goes to Kieran at GTE for all his amazing help and unparalleled support over the years – both to myself and to the drifting community as a whole. Atlanta drifting would not be anything close to what it is today without it.If you’re in the Southeast, keep an eye out for this commercial airing on Comcast very soon!