fire spinning

A bit of a blast from the past, but I wanted to see what watercolor did with fire. This is Balleck.

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…

Zebra

Click here for Episode 54. Zebra stripes are incredibly fun to play with, this is definitely why God made zebras. Zebra gear available at my Redbubble shop.

25-Ghosts

Movement caught my eye and I spun. To my right, a ragged curtain fluttered from the second story of a rundown building. The curtain looked pale and mournful, a ghost of how things used to be in Gillenwater. A ghost. I paused and looked down at my homespun. Then I ran across the street to…

Fang and Seyba’s wagon

I’m learning that wagons are extremely hard to draw–straight lines and boxes aren’t my strong suit. Though, the hardest part is the wheel. I have an embarrassingly hard time drawing wheels. I must find them boring, and therefore feel no motivation to practice so it isn’t a monster fight every time I try to draw a…

10-Picking up the pieces

“They took your parents and Nadine,” replied the firespinner. I stared at Balleck for a second, gripping his forearms as if that would change his news. “Are you sure? All of them?” He nodded. “I’m sorry, Zare.” “Did they know who they were?” It was a desperate chance. Maybe they took them for a different…