That is the question I deal with today. In trying to work on the trilogy yesterday, I started feeling like something was going wrong, like maybe scenes were out of order. I feel like I've reordered them once, even though the truth is that scenes I was able to merge in one of the scenes … Continue reading To tear apart or not to tear apart?
As you can see above, I did some ACEO sized paintings today. The image above is the midway point for them once they were all blocked in. Here's the same ones finished: Then I quickly did one more because my son told me I some more time before he was ready to sit down and … Continue reading Painting and movie
Boy did I make my inner artist-child angry last week! She got so mad at me that she hijacked the ship. Every time I went to get my words in, I felt her sticking her tongue out at me. I will share more about this later in the week. Trust me, my artist-child is such … Continue reading Progress – January 21, 2019
I've spent the day working on a story called Alexander's Den. I wrote the story a couple years ago and it spent all year in submission with a magazine I was hoping would publish it. The story was apparently very close, but not quite. They were kind enough to give me a few comments on it, … Continue reading Progress – January 7, 2019
I did something very unusual for me last week: I took a vacation. A true vacation. Normally when I take time off of my day job, it's to go do a show for my writing/art, or to finish up a project I've been working on, or on occasion to do something fun with my family … Continue reading Progress – August 6, 2018
I have a passion for story. This much is clear. I love telling my stories and listening to others tell their stories. Sometimes, when the writing or painting isn't going well, I know it's time to take a break and fill my head with other people's tales. Recently, I had picked up a bunch of … Continue reading When Passion Shows Through