In illustration, bleed is art that goes beyond the edge of where the page will be trimmed. This ensures that the art will cover the entire page. By illustrating with bleed, artists make the art bigger than it needs to be. The same can be said of short story writers. In the short story The … Continue reading Writing with Bleed: Thoughts on Creating Short Stories
It's Inktober! Woot! Woot! I actually took time and came up with 31 drawing prompts. No guarantee I'll keep up with them all but it was fun making the list! For those looking for prompts you're welcome to follow mine. The list on the left is of little things that should be drawn big. The … Continue reading Inktober 2016
Blogging is like having an aquarium, but without lives at stake. Let me start at the beginning. You decide to get a fish tank. Why? Because you like fish and you got mad fishy-ideas! You’re ready for the world to see your awesome fish-abilities! You pick out a tank that suits your needs, you get … Continue reading Frankenstein Fish
If you're not on Twitter and following me you should be because occasionally I have moments of brilliance. What's the latest moment you ask? Oh nothing much, just an idea of epic proportions sure to sweep across the nation and blow everyone's mind at once!!! Okay, maybe it's not that epic, but it is a … Continue reading Favortie First Lines
What Sticks. Not to be confused with What Stinks. I'm sure there's a blog named that somewhere in the internetosphere that covers all kinds of olfactory offenses but this isn't it. What Sticks refers two important reasons for my online existence. Stick Figures. I love drawing them! Drawing is all about communication, and while I … Continue reading Why What Sticks?