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Category: The Silver One

This is the last your world saw of dragons… or so man say.

Fate’s Cry

Fate’s Cry

How do I describe my characters from an outside perspective? That is a big task. This is the Linsaega of two beings united in one soul; something that always was, and always will be. But within their fate, and indeed within the dragon’s very name (Requiem), lies the foreknowledge of their doom.

The Silver One – Progress, and Ursula K. Le Guin

The Silver One – Progress, and Ursula K. Le Guin

This month I have been busy writing, illustrating, and designing for my book, The Silver One—as well as posting many new videos to my Youtube Channel in an effort to catch up to the present. Though the month isn’t quite over yet, I have had a really wonderful time. It has been productive and inspiring both, in terms of the chapters I have been writing, but also in the discovery of the characters. A major block for me was not…

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Five Years…

Five Years…

  Today I find myself working on a storyboard for my book, and reflecting on the journey I have been on. This was me, five years ago, when I first painted my silver dragon digitally. And now, five years later, from doing what I love, I am amazed at where I find myself. I write this as a message for other artists, or would-be dreamers. Follow your dreams, and don’t question where you are now—because it’s the journey that makes…

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Trapped

Trapped

Time: 15 hours.   Though I spent far longer on this than I intended, I can see the results speak for themselves. It will make a beautiful two-page spread in my book, and I can only imagine the youth of our future who will one day come to enjoy it. I love this so much. The colours and translucency are far more beautiful than I had imagined. All in all, this is a very sad scene, and yet it has…

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