Ladies and Gentlemen, it's finally here!
Back in 2012, I started working with an author named Susan Anawalt, illustrating a children's book for her. I've had to keep my artwork under wraps until it got published, but it's FINALLY HERE! We're still waiting for some of the major book sellers to pick it up, but "Clemmy", by Susan Anawalt, illustrated by yours truly, is now available on Barnes and Noble (although the cover doesn't show up yet) and Ingramcontent.com! We're working on getting it in on Amazon.com, and I'll start bothering Powell's Books to carry it (just as soon as I figure out how), but for now, I'm just excited to see it off the
For the second year in a row now, I'll be participating in something my friends and I made up, which we call 'JanuARTy'. For those of you who are familiar with NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month, which is November), JanuARTy is similar: we spend the whole month committed to drawing something every day. How you choose to participate is up to you. Here are some sample ideas:
1. Challenge yourself to draw a certain amount of time every day. Fifteen minutes? Half an hour? An hour or more? Whatever it takes, work it into your schedule!
2. Try working on things you know you're bad at. I did this last year -- I gave over one week each to four
It's that time of year again! Since Anjali the Fox Lunar and Forsaken Bride the Abyssal pirate captain get all the attention, this year I narrowed it down to the four lesser-known gals of mine: two of Anjali's younger sisters (Kaveri and Malati), a dragonblood, and a former incarnation.
Kaveri, a Night Caste Solar, is tall and lanky with lean, defined muscle and few curves. Her skin is 'warm toast' colored, her eyes are sky blue, and her hair is purplish-red, hip length and kept in a tight braid, with just a few wisps escaping at the top. Kaveri is Lookshyan and an archer, so she will usually wear practical costumes that you can fight in. Bo