I’ve just finished the finals drawings for the story “The Winter of the River” by Elizabeth JM Walker. It is one of seven stories in a book soon to be published “The Boy Who Owned The Forest” by Handersen Publishing. It’s exciting I think.
I have to thank both Elizabeth and Nicole and Tevin from Handersen or their patience in waiting for these. I hope it’s worth it.
I’ve drawn up the tile pages for Elizabeth J.M. Walkers fairy tales. Just a few more pictures to finish off by the end of the month.
The it’s up to Handersen Publishing to make some sort of sense of my mess. At least the stories will be good.
Then I can rest. Until the next thing.
Hello friends. I have had the honour of being asked to draw the cover for Katie Hagele’s Cat Party 2, and anthology of Cat stories from her friends.
Buy it HERE
You can also find her cat memoir book Cats I Have Known HERE.
All is good in the world.
So it’s still in the works, but I’m drawing away when I can to get Elizabeth J. M. Walker’s book of tales, “The Boy Who Owned The Forest,” finished.
Here is a preview of one of my favourite stories “The Winter Of The River.” There is still much to do, but I’ll get there.
I’ve had the greatest honour to draw pictures for Katie Haegele’s latest zine about Christmas. We didn’t quite get it together to print it before Christmas, but the stories are lovely and sad and I think they can be read at any time of the year.
Christmas, time to get your melancholy on.
I find that there’s a lot of controversy surrounding the right time to take down one’s Christmas tree, including the idea that there is a right time. I see people’s frizzled trees lying on the curb as late as February, which gives me the willies. I have inherited my mother’s fussy, snobbish belief that the only acceptable time to take down the tree is on the Epiphany, the 12th day of Christmas. I can’t believe I care about this, but I do.
Katie Haegele 2016