One of my old friends sent me these pictures of her representing Zare at her aerial class. Totally made my day–one, to see her wearing my t-shirt, and two, to see her rocking such an awesome hobby!
“Sometimes if you want to change a man’s mind, you have to change the mind of the man next to him first.”
This is one of my favorite quotes from The King of Attolia.
Are you excited for the new Attolia book, Thick as Thieves, which comes out later this month?
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.
What starts as a project cleaning acrylic off paint brushes turns into a really nice pattern.
You don’t know him yet, but he’s the bomb. I also apparently have a thing for red plumes/red mohawks.
This piece was watercolor practice based of this really epic piece which you can find here.
I was getting brave enough with my paint mixing to try to browns and burgundies…and I kind of love the way her hair came out with the blue overlaying the black.
This story is spooling into a much bigger story than I anticipated. Zare was always part of a bigger story, but the stories are turning out to be much more interwoven than I originally anticipated. It’s exciting. I’m excited, guys. I want to read it as much as you do. Maybe more.
This is not a Zare related drawing. Just in case anyone got worried! It’s actually an older piece of mine, but I’m fond of it.
This acrylic on paper.
Not my best work with markers–this is definitely a first pass at this scene, but you get the general idea. This is Zare telling Nadine about her adventures.