Well, this is it. The last of the 2018 Inktober drawings. I hope you've had fun seeing them along the way. If you've missed them, you can find the other weeks by clicking these links: Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4. Prompt #25 was "Prickly" I knew that I didn't want to draw … Continue reading Inktober #5
Here are the 4th week of Inktober drawings. See the others here: Week 1, Week 2, Week 3. Prompt #18 was "Bottle." Several years ago, I went to the park and sat alone in my car. My boys were off visiting their father. I was lonely and couldn't stay at the quiet house any more. … Continue reading Inktober #4
Science fantasy novella released today
It's out! Mystery of the Stardust Monk is now available. Novihomidraks and a ninja on an adventure together -- the universe is in trouble now.
The Smelly Prince
Just the other day, I came across something (I think it was a Facebook post) complaining that it seemed like princes were always out to slay the dragon and there were no stories where the princes were actually the ones in need of saving. I just smiled to myself. I didn't comment, just walked away. … Continue reading The Smelly Prince
If you don’t give your heart wings
Here's one I did on a whim awhile back. Just a fun little piece. How are can one go if their heart is not able to fly? Keep your heart free. Available.
For the love of music
I have a love of music. I love going to concerts and just closing my eyes. This is for all you music lovers out there: Find this image on products out at my store on RedBubble.com
April Fool’s Day
Ah, April Fool's Day. The day when we all try to trick someone else while not getting tricked ourselves. How often do we stop to realize that we are our own fool in our life every day? If someone is trying to "fool" us, they are trying to trick us or manipulate us in some … Continue reading April Fool’s Day
Each time you judge yourself, you break your heart. -- Kirpal Venanji While there are times I do believe you need to keep a critical eye with your art (which in a sense is making a judgement about yourself, or rather the work you have done), I can also relate to this quote. Please note … Continue reading Judge
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