This is as far as I got today. The dress is filled out. I just have to add depth to it. Then there is the gaping grass and sky. After which, it will be safe to say the painting is ready and I better hustle with the final proofreading of the book. There are... Continue Reading →
Conflict in anyway isn't the world's most comfortable or welcomed scenario. No one wants a battle they have to fight, especially when they are frustrated and trying to get comfortable with the whole process.I'm facing one such conflict, and it's to do with all these sheets of paper, paper that holds a dream, a story. And... Continue Reading →
Yes, you heard me right! (Or rather, read.) If you fancy yourself as a writer, then you have to choose a camp (though there may be one or two of you who sit on the fence on this one). You are either a plotter, or, you are either a pantser. First of all, let me... Continue Reading →
Mona had spent a frantic night sewing a handful of simple dresses for herself. It has been days since she'd felt she'd been of any use, and once she had started the work a fever of sorts took over. It wasn't till she sensed the room get lighter that she finally felt tired, drained in... Continue Reading →
June woke up with a sound of a car tyre popping somewhere down the street. It was dark outside and she turned to the clock on her side table. Four thirty in the morning. Until that moment, she’d been very calm, and suddenly she could no longer just roll back and go back to sleep.... Continue Reading →
I recently bought a Wacom tablet, just so I could do trial covers, storyboard my scripts etc with ease and have the info straight onto a computer for easy sharing. This is my first time using the tablet against a concept drawing. Obviously I need to practice more. But either way, how does the design look?
For those of you who have loved reading this quirky tale so far, here is the 4th chapter.Hope it is liked! A MILLION SMILES FOR JUNE4. Days of JuneAnd so passed another couple of days waiting around for June having breakfast with Bax, making conversations and sometimes not a word at all, instead they’d be watching... Continue Reading →