On January 15, 2019, I published the first episode of Township. In just three years, I’ve published more than 80 episodes, with many more in the works, and while I know I’m not a famous author… or maybe not really an author at all… the truth of the matter is this is one of the longest single projects I’ve managed to work on. More importantly, the characters that I have created during this time have grown into their own and I find myself often thinking of John Davis, Olivia Sun, and all of the others that have come to call World Ship 3609 their home.
In the coming weeks, I’ll be concluding Season Six of Township, and we’ll take a short break while I iron out some of the story details of Season Seven, but the story will continue throughout 2022 and even into 2023.
I took a break from taking photos this season, and while the production time dropped significantly and I have been able to focus on creating the story more, I have actually missed being able to give a peek into the universe I created, even if only through LEGO bricks. On that note, I’m going to try and find a balance with Season Seven. I am currently thinking one or two photos to accompany each episode, to highlight a character or setting that is being used. After all, I’ve got a lot of LEGO bricks laying around, so I need to use them somehow!
As the pandemic drags on, I want to wish each and every reader the best of health and my sincere thanks that if you have found your way to my little corner of the internet. If you ever want to reach out to me, feel free to comment on any post and I’ll make sure to respond. You are all champions out there.
Stay tuned for more adventure!