The RS sec. I like how this one came out. Notes read: “Prayer. 2 Nephi 32. Holy Ghost can make you fluent in the tongue of angels –write, read, hear, speak. Angel = messenger.
“Do the spiritual work, don’t just order groceries. Listen and record thoughts and feelings.”
“Speak of joy and eternal life that come from following our Savior. Give messages like He would.”
Did you know I wrote a feel-good Valentine’s Day book? Don’t worry, it’s not too mushy. It’s called LOVE POTION COMMOTION and it’s got talking French Bulldogs. If you’re still jonesin’ for Hallmark movies, you’ll probably get a kick out of this. It’s normally $4.99 but it’s on discount for $1.99 ’til the 19th. Get it at: http://books2read.com/frenchies1
Sale price is active at Amazon right now, but the other stores are soon to follow!
Tackling the scanning backlog. I got the girl in 2 different angles, but she only looks accurate in one, haha! Plus: my organist buddy, and a cool glowy paper lamp I saw at a doctor’s office.
That backbend is a move we do a lot over at JessicaSmithTV’s channel to stretch out the back. (I feel like my anatomy improved somewhat after I started doing YouTube exercise videos.)
A fetal position (hey!) and an idle look.
Mirrors I drew in a doctor’s waiting room.
I couldn’t resist caricaturing him a little.
She’s from…some part of Russia. I can’t remember the specifics and I don’t know my parts of Russia very well. 🙁
“So what is the Famous Artists Cartoon Course? Imagine Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking, but written by a dozen of the most successful commercial artists of the 1950s about the skills you need to cut it as a professional cartoonist. It is 18 chapters, 390 pages, on 8.5×11″ paper. There is approximately a 70:30 ratio of space taken up by text versus pictures (it’s a legit textbook).”
Artists, y’all need to buzz on over to this post on Random Nerds and get this marvelous textbook FOR FUH-REE-HEE.
More warmups of my supernovel-fixer-upper-friend’s favorite character. He can play the ‘ukulele!
I tend to jump to detail too quickly so I tried to keep these small.