Hello everyone! I've created a new book cover for the 4th edition of The Legend of Nariko: The Mark of Silverfrost. I wanted to create a new edition after learning a lot about formatting chapters, fonts and page lengths from the books I've read and reviewed. I started looking back at the "What Writers can … Continue reading New Book Cover!
In my efforts to become a better artist and writer, I drew my character once more. Asandra is such a vital character to the entirety of my series that I felt the need to draw her correctly. I have been far too distracted from my goals and I want to slowly get back into improving … Continue reading Character Art: Asandra The Bloodfire V2
This is a very strange article to write, but in a way it feels inevitable. It’s impossible to like each and every story you come across as a reviewer. However there are certain principles in stories that make for good storytelling. Even these can be rather subjective but to ignore this feels pretty disingenuous. I … Continue reading Fire by Kristin Cashore, my first DNF
With this art project I took some time to try out painting with greyscale as opposed to what I normally do with colors. At first it was incredibly difficult to get a hang of but eventually it became incredibly comfortable, a lot tidier, and so much easier to manage. I highly recommend any and all … Continue reading Character Art: Thunder
As part of my goals for 2019, I want to advance my skills as a digital artist. One of the best ways to improve is to always the parts most weakest. For myself, I find that my weakness is that I'm always putting off my art projects rather than finishing them. Each month I want … Continue reading Character Art : Asandra The Bloodfire
For the longest time I had heard so much about the magic of Neil Gaiman’s writing yet I had never read his work. I had first been exposed to it when I saw the movie Coraline and the marvelous oddity of it all enraptured me. When I started taking my own writing more seriously, I … Continue reading Book Review : Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
Character development is already a difficult task. I can’t fathom how many hours I’ve spent struggling with creating characters and understanding exactly who they are. It’s not simply how the characters grow as the story progresses, but how the world reacts to them. Do they give off a different aura about them than they had … Continue reading Finding a Character’s Voice