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Tag Archives: Grumbly Grumpadinkle
As “The Duck Who Flew Upside Down” nears the finish line, I’m beginning to focus on what my next book project which is likely to be a hardcover compilation of three or four stories involving Clyde the green giraffe. Two have … Continue reading →
The first concept color illustration is for “The Duck Who Flew Upside Down”–the story that is scheduled to become my fourth book to be released. It appears at this point that “Duck” will be about 10 pages longer than my … Continue reading →
Meet Wilbur Mallard, the Duck Who Flew Upside Down, and Ms. Grumbly Grumpadinkle. I’ve approved these concept sketches to be turned into full-color illustrations for my children’s books.
I plan to request a completely re-conceptualized initial sketch for Grumbly Grumpadinkle in the next several days. I’m warming to the idea of making Grumbly a woman, and the little tyke a boy named Alex (which not-so-coincidentally is the name of my third … Continue reading →
Mimi, a long-time reader and supporter of my blogs, provided some very helpful feedback in a comment to my last post. Thank you, Mimi! My reply to Mimi is below, but the bottom line is that I believe more work needs too be … Continue reading →
The physical proof for “Clyde and I” arrived today and I officially approved it. With the proof approved, the book will be loaded onto Amazon.com within 5-7 working days and I’ll be able to order the copies that I’ll send … Continue reading →
Meet Wendy Goodlight, her pet kindness named Love, and the mean, nasty, and grim Grumbly Grumpadinkle. When they come together in my latest children’s book “Grumbly Grumpadinkle”, one of them will be changed forever. I’m still writing the story, but I wanted … Continue reading →