Save our amazing oceans.
I heard something refreshing yesterday: my Dad told me that near where he lives they have decided to plant a new forest rather than build houses. This is great news and something I would like to see happen more and more. With deforestation, many habitats are destroyed including the homes of species like the orangutans.
I had a go at some 3D art. A great exercise in perspective.
A teaser of the front cover of my new children's book.
Today I've been formatting my book into the correct file size for printing. This is a laborious but necessary task. The most enjoyable part for me is the creative element so I'm not a massive fan of this phase of the process. I like to draw, write and think of new plots to my stories. … Continue reading Formatting my children’s book…
I'm just making a few more changes to my book before I start the ball rolling on getting it published.
So far this week, I've been working on my latest children's book (all will be revealed soon) and I've designed and started to colour a scene about deforestation.
Stop the sea levels rising...
Whilst my current book projects are ongoing and out there, I thought I'd do a picture about something that is concerning me: climate change. I don't mean to be preachy but is anyone else bothered by this? The stifling heat, brown grass, melting icebergs, rising sea temperatures, heat related fatalities, wild fires and extreme weather … Continue reading STOP climate change – scorched earth
After a full week, I got into work on Friday to see there was a visitor coming in to school to work with the children. After seeing his name, bells started to ring as I realised he was the children's author: Richard O'Neill. As soon as an opportunity arose, I introduced myself and asked if … Continue reading Editing my book