I am now open for paid art commissions, for the first time in awhile. If you're looking for a holiday gift for someone, this is the right time for it!
Or if you just like my work and would like to see more of it, or would like to see art in progress that no one else gets to see, you can donate a dollar (or more) to my Patreon account.
Also, you might know my work as a film restorationist. My restoration of the unfinished animated classic The Thief and the Cobbler has taken up about 8 years of my life, and about two and a half years for the most recent HD version, which I believe is the most complex restoration of any film ever attempted. If you haven't seen that film yet, check it out at The Thief Archive.
About a year ago I started restoring rare Muppet material, including rare TV specials and the 1989 TV series The Jim Henson Hour. My restored discs are now "out there" on the internet in DVD form. I had a lot of help from Muppet fans in tracking down rare material, and I'm glad to say that the Jim Henson Hour restorations are now nearly complete. I've started uploading many of them to Vimeo, along with other rare and unusual clips. Check them out here: Muppet Stuff and More
Also, BBC radio host Iain Lee spent years tracking down a copy of a rare, lost film featuring Micky Dolenz of The Monkees, which is called Keep Off My Grass (shot in 1969 or so). When he found a VHS copy via one of the producers, I carefully restored the film with the help of Alex Douglas. Some sort of DVD release is now happening, which Iain discusses on the Zilch podcast here.