Another week done. I really, really, really can't believe we're nearing the end of this year so quickly. My son came home from college over the weekend. It's good to have him back; the house feels full again. I've been torturing him about branding/logos. We've been working mine over. He's currently told me to "go … Continue reading Progress – November 19, 2018
Here are my drawings from Inktober since last Thursday: Prompt #4 was "spell." While "spelling bee" came to mind, I didn't go with it. I also didn't want to do someone casting a spell. I'm am trying to "think beyond what I see." Then I thought of the doorway in the Lord of the Rings … Continue reading Inktober #2
Yes, that's the print version of eggs at play. I have some changes to make on the back cover, but I'm happy with the way it looks overall. Hope I can be clicking the button to make it live very soon. UPDATE: The print book is now live on Amazon. And I inch closer to … Continue reading This just happened…
Just a reminder that Eggs at Play released for Kindle this week. I do have the other platforms (mainly Kobo, Nook, and iBooks) as well as print coming soon. This is a new process for me - not something I have down as slick as publishing normal books. The epub version (which is why none … Continue reading Alert! The eggs are at play!
I finished my children's book. It's really amazing to think that this day is here. Here's one more page from the book: As you'll see below, this page also became the cover for the book. I haven't decided yet if I want this to be the actual cover or if it's just temporary. Decisions, decisions. … Continue reading Eggs at Play
It was Day 2 for Art in the Park in Twin Falls. I'm tired now, but it's a good tired. I think I'm a little sunburned too! Either that or it's the warm glow of meeting lots of people. I've written before about selling my ACEO's to kids, hoping to inspire future collectors. Well, let … Continue reading The Bright Spot
I completed this painting on the first day of the Thousand Springs Festival. A group of kids that came around as I started it and then again about the time I finished it. I loved watching the amazement on their faces. I enjoy it when kids get into art. One girl at Thousand Springs stopped … Continue reading The Final Frontier