Fun woodburning this version of “Please Don’t Be a Chode.” The original was in my book titled “Days and Nights in Summerville” (published in 2008) which can be found
First picture taken on 2-1-16 using ‘process edit.’
Second pic. taken on 2-1-16 using ‘noir edit.’
Both taken with my new iPhone6!
Thanks to Beach Bound Books!
“Water Vamps” at Amazon:
I so look forward to more of the same (and then some!) with all of you in 2016!!
***I painted my version of Charleston, SC here. It is certainly ‘Gothish’ with the nighttime setting and the anthropomorphic buildings.
On a serious note, since it’s #GivingTuesday, this book I am happy to be included in would make a great gift, as it’s filled with ‘real life’ and ‘reel life’ stories. Plus, it also benefits the Reel Grrrls School. It’s titled “The Movie That Changed My Life,” and it’s available
And, pretty sure purchasing a copy will keep Krampus away this holiday season.
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Interviews (click on this link)