I’ve started a new blog that will hopefully be easier to maintain, and a bit less scattered in content. I will leave this blog up for a bit, but won’t be posting any new content. From now on, I’ll be posting on https://www.saltytron.com .
Sheltering at home hasn’t been too bad for me. I can easily work from home, I have a comfortable apartment, I live in a nice neighborhood for walking, and I have a lot of indoor hobbies. It hits you more, though, when days pass where you had something planned, but is now canceled due to […]
Recently, I saw a photoshopped picture of Trump’s head on Thanos’ body making its way around the internet in support of the president. (Whether this showed up before or after the photoshopped picture of Trump’s head on Rocky’s body, I can’t remember.) As its creator seemed oblivious to the irony of fact that while quite […]
It’s the year 2020, whether you’re ready for it or not! On to a new decade! To me, it doesn’t really feel like it should be 2020 yet. It’s a year that even a few years ago felt like it was far into the future. A lot has happened in 10 years: I got my […]
I just spent three weeks in Denver, working with the folks at the Metro Denver Homeless Initiative. Since homelessness has been a prominent topic recently, I thought I’d share a bit about the trip. I was there as part of a Tableau Foundation “mission project”, in which the Foundation sponsors a few Tableau employees to […]
Many don’t know it, but there’s a Kraken lurking in the bay. It remains elusive, hiding underneath the opaque water, and surfacing only to bring down its only witnesses.
She grew up knowing she was destined to make a dent in the universe, and she was groomed for doing just that. She hadn’t planned on becoming something nefarious, but sometimes the pursuit of greatness leads one down that path, if one is not careful.
I realize I’m slacking a ton on posting to this blog. Sometimes I just don’t do much drawing, or feel like I have anything to write about. Other times, what I do have doesn’t really seem worth sharing. I’m trying to get better at that. I got around to watching Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse and […]
I heard this folk song rendition by Johnny Cash a little while back, and I feel like it’s very appropriate for 2018. And I’ll bet I don’t even have to tell you why.
View this post on Instagram Gonna get them fish #inktober A post shared by Jeremiah Darais (@jdarais) on Oct 7, 2018 at 8:17pm PDT