Posts Tagged: children
Whew! man after battling sickness from exhaustion, job deadlines, a broken laptop with missing files, and a bunch of other distractions, I have the draft of the book ready! It’s pretty awesome to see it in a complete package. I
After rounding up Christmas errands this weekend, I found time to work on the book. I am about a dozen more images from completing the book, and it feels good to finish off images bit by bit. At some point
I just wanted to share this…not really about the book but is definitely about raising my child.
I recognize how different modern graphics are to what I have been using. Granted I can use photoshop okay for the book and all, I do not have a great understanding of the current colors that really work well with
Just a quick update, all weekend was spent on researching more on publishing and production costs. I did touch some of the artwork, but only to make finishing touches on the inks, erasing pencils and reviewing a previous mark up
It’s 5:23am and for the first time in quite a while I am stumped on what to post about. My typical workflow was very simple: -wake up -set up paper and pens on dining table -wipe drool from face and
This is the last scene to the story. The kids have solved the flooding problem of the grown-ups and have overcome at least two big complications to their solution by going back and remembering lessons learned and prior observations. The