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Back to Work

Its time to get back to work. We took a break from all of our projects while we were getting ready for our sale. Now its time to get started again. We have a lot on our plate. I am doing backgrounds for Ants Have Lots of Protein, Volume 2 of Lei, and I'm illustrating a childrens book for a friend. Adam is teaching himself the new 3d program we are using, animating a short called Once Around the Fish Bowl, and he's starting volume one of his own graphic novel, Bought. Plus we finally have our own website, complete with online store, morganmedia.us. We don't have much in the store yet, but we are always working on more.

Here is the family from Ants Have Lots of Protein.

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