Standing Up

Fresh after finishing Encampment, my mind jumped tracks and stormed into crafting a ghost story. Recently I’d fallen into a groove for these tales, and I was eager to return to that comforting formula. So my mind started tinkering with scenarios to drop my latest shade into. It didn’t take me long to isolate the perfect situation for my ghost and his attached and ever-shifting note...

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Encampment

May everyone have a fantastic Thanksgiving, filled with wonderful family and decadent food. While NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) has kept me busy with completing my latest draft of Harrison & Sylvia: Conspiracies, I would never forget about my wonderful patrons. Though much like every November, I will publish these pieces of flash fiction rapidly and in short order, starting with the Action/Adventure tale...

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Art Roundup, week of November 7th

As the days in November come and go, I’m closer to finishing my latest draft of Conspiracies. But despite the dedication to my writing, I haven’t completely forgotten my passion for my artwork. This week, I have another collection of liquified textures, but I also have a sketch and a couple of doodles derived from liquified lines...

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Art Roundup, week of October 31st

While I’ve been churning through Harrison & Sylvia: Conspiracies, the results from NYC Midnight’s Flash Fiction challenge hit my inbox. While I didn’t place as well as I would have liked, Icy Wastland came in 14th place in my heat. And with a grand total of five points for the round, I was bounced from this year’s competition. Please follow the previous link before scrolling through the artwork below...

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Art Roundup, week of October 24th

Happy Halloween! I hope everyone can enjoy the day and their jaunt as someone else. Whenever I think about Halloween, the first thing that comes to mind is a Jack-o’-lantern. As a kid, I have fuzzy memories of sitting around the dining room table and carving simple ones with my mother. While we never created anything fancy, it was always a fun time. I hope I’ve captured a perfect image of the holidays...

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Tendrils

Fresh off penning Investments and Seconds, I turned my focus on the last piece of flash fiction for the month of October, a Horror. With Halloween looming over me, I turned into the season, searching for inspiration. Thankfully, the imagery of the season is rife with potential choice to latch onto. Despite the plethora of options, my mind had trouble latching onto a single aspect of the holiday...

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Investments

What’s the saying about best made plans? Or what happens the moment you confront the enemy? Everything goes south. That said, October has been a decent month in the drafting process for Harrison & Sylvia: Conspiracies, I just haven’t finished as much as I originally planned on. As I sit back and crank out the last two Patreon exclusives, I realized just how poor my writing was when I sat down to work on Conspiracies. If I didn’t know any better, I would have assumed the stories were written by someone else...

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Art Roundup, week of October 17th

Every time I draw something new, I’m excited about how close I’m getting to my end goal. This week besides my liquified textures, I’m happy to present Grimace. As I progress with my Udemy, I’m able to coax new heights from my fingers. Of course, sometimes those achievements come with multiple passes through the videos. However, when I’m able to create something like Grimace, I have to sit back and smile at my growth...

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Seconds

It’s amazing how quickly time marches on. While I’ve completed a decent amount of work for Conspiracies, I’ve allowed myself to steal a few minutes here and there to process my upcoming tales. Unfortunately, over the weekend, I checked my calendar and realized that the month was rapidly coming to a close. With the deadline looming over me, I paused my work on Harrison & Sylvia stories and turned my attention to the Action/Adventure...

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Art Roundup, week of October 10th

With the passing of every day, I’ve completed more of Harrison and Sylvia’s story. However, I’ve continued to dedicate some of my time to continue perfecting my craft. This past week I’ve shared with the world a shining example of my growth, Phoenix Flower.

Hunker down in your chair and enjoy the artwork below...

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