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Follow the Author on Instagram!A butterfly, still a little weary from emerging from it's cocoon, resting on our strawberry plant.This year is when Breath of the Wild: Tears of the Kingdom, the sequel to one of my all-time favourite games comes out! In anticipation, I've gone ahead and drawn Link's new look! I am SO looking forward to playing the game when it comes out in May.This is my Christmas Tree topper this year. Baby Grogu getting his little paws on the star!My latest art piece, featuring Emma, Norman, and Ray, the main characters from the (dark fantasy thriller) series, The Promised Neverland. These kids are one of my all-time favourite fictional trios.
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Tropes. What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a trope? A figure of speech? A metaphor? A cliché? Some people tend to think of a trope as a negative thing; a way to describe … Continue reading
After once again abandoning my blog posting for far too long (albeit for a very good reason, of which I am about to share) I have some exciting news for all you Dragon-Seekers out there … THE LAST CALLING has … Continue reading
Wow, it’s been a while since my last blog post. That’s not to say blogging has not been on my mind (or not on my list of things to get back on track) … it just hasn’t been … Continue reading
Wow, I can’t believe it’s been two years since my debut Character Pop Vinyl post! Even after all these years, the POP vinyl craze has not diminished as a fad. In fact, if anything, it seems to have grown! The … Continue reading
I’ve been wanting to do this for some time now, and finally, finally, I’ve put all the pieces together and gotten it done. What am I talking about, exactly? Why, assigning Myers-Briggs Personality Types to my Dragon Calling characters, of … Continue reading
“Whether they are aware of their fictitious natures or not, fictional characters are as complex in personality and perception as any of us in the real world.” – N. R. Eccles-Smith When it comes to stories (in books, movies or … Continue reading