I sketched this scene out with watercolors the other week, it’s such poignant moment for Zare. The first real loss you see her face beyond doubt. Her city, the old life, even the other people in her life she’s lost or left behind were all “off screen.” Most, also, were almost a year behind her…


Practicing clothes, bows, and warriors.  


I am working on a piece to capture the ghostly figure of “Nelia of Legend” at the Bridge at Cymerie. It’s not done, but I really like where it’s going. ne, but I like where it’s going.

mounter archer

It’s been a bit crazy for me the past few months. I’m just now starting to get enough traction to write again–put out a couple hundred words the other night! Baby steps, right? The past couple days have also seen me working on some watercolor pieces. I’m attempting to come up with and capture more…


Click here for Episode 54. Pinterest is a vast resource of images from which to practice your art. This was practiced off a piece linked here. Practice, practice, practice, right? I don’t properly know what character this might be. Not Zare, I think. Perhaps A’rora, who you have not met. Yet.


This piece isn’t finished. I’m not satisfied with Quill’s face (men are hard to draw!) and haven’t determined what weapon is in his left hand. But I like how it’s coming so far.

Water and paint

Looking for Zare?¬†Click here for Episode 44! Learning landscapes is all about shadow and light, no matter what medium you’re working in. As a kid, I favored acrylics, but now I’m learning about watercolors. Watercolors are outside my comfort zone, but they are fun and I am really enjoying playing with them. I tend to…


Stumbled on this old sketch the other day, I like it. Also, Happy Thanksgiving from the U.S.A.!