Tim and Daniel Reynolds, of The Knowledge Exchange, the publishers of all things Swampy, delivered over a thousand copies of my brand new ‘Swampy’s Florida: Silver Springs State Park’ book to Deb Wilson, ranger, at Silver Springs State Park. – http://swampysflorida.com/?p=9928
This is the third of the Swampy’s Florida Easter card images.
This was penciled and inked on paper. Then scanned. Colored using Photoshop. I did the artwork about a month ago.
I’ll post a link to where you can purchase them when ready.
Made my bi-annual stop at my friend’s George Pieper’s cartooning class to give a talk to his class about cartooning and caricature. Each time I take answers to a series of questions I give to the students and combine them into a drawing. Above is me and George and the drawing i drew based on the responses.
Been spending a good part of the day wrapping up the last pages of art to the upcoming ‘Swampy’s Florida: Silver Springs State Park’ down here near Fort Lauderdale.
Was drawing at a wedding in Lake Worth Friday night. Here a few drawings from the night.
The City of Lake Worth, who ran the facility, really made the event a nightmare. I had written a rather long treatise about this here in a blog post, but list it due to an app crash. Have to get back to drawing and will return to this later. Advice is to stay away from City if Lake Worth parking places and other facilities. They’re setting up a nasty financial trap for visitors and tourists.
Soon three new Swampy’s #Florida Easter cards will be available! Above is one of the images I did of the cards. I’ll post a link when available so you can purchase some! – http://swampysflorida.com/?p=9837
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Marking off another novel by the Johnstone clan. This one was lacking. there’s a good story. Though the writing is OK, there is a feeling this book was taken a part a few times and reassembled. There are a few areas where the action drags on and others where it’s written after the fact. Many of the chapter endings are contrived.
This is also one of the first of the nearly 20 Johnstone books I’ve read where the characters didn’t grab me. This one does sport the J.A. Johnstone name. Maybe that’s the difference.
This one works a bit too hard to establish a new series character. Frankly, this character isn’t all that far from so many others in the Johnstone corral. Wonder what’s determining the need by the Johnstone Clan for new character books? Besides feeding work to ghost writers and feeding the hunger for western novels.
Bottom line: I recommend this book.
Been doing the caricature thing for a corporate event in Jacksonville, Florida, over the last two days.