Welcome to my bi-monthly-ish newsletter. I don't have as many events coming up, since I'm working on the inks for my graphic novel, but I have lots of other voyeuristic content for you! Sign up for regular updates via my contact form.
None coming up, but stay tuned! In the meantime, enjoy some caricature reveals from my last event at the Grand Lake Pumpkin Patch!
You can see more of these at my TikTok page.
These are the strips from October and November.
The Many Misfortunes of Eugenia Wang
As of the beginning of November, I've gotten my continuity notes back from my editor. Actually it was three editors and and our designer looking at it (because one of them was our Cantonese expert to look at my jyutping phonetics.
Let the inking begin!
It's a long project, so how do I keep myself going and on track?
As of this writing, I'm 10% through my inks! Here's a little nugget about some of my inspiration for this story:
If you're on Goodreads, do me a favor and make sure to add THE MANY MISFORTUNES OF EUGENIA WANG to your WANT TO READ list!
Who would be crazy enough to do graphic novels? My fellow Cuddlefish Academy Professor, Kaz Windness asked this question, so I answered it.
Stangents. I'm thinking about maybe making a course on this in the future, but here's a sneak peak at what they are.
What makes for a good kidlit portfolio?
Don't forget I'll do a FREE 3-minute kidlit portfolio review for you! Just comment on one of my social media posts or message me on them with your portfolio link! This one is for Krista Weltner.
There's a Zombie in the Basement
As I'd mentioned in my previous newsletter, in expectation of the upcoming release of a special 4th edition of THERE'S A ZOMBIE IN THE BASEMENT, I started asking parents to send me their kids' monster drawings. Keep sending them!