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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Working on my "children's" story

Been busy at work, so I hadn't had a chance to start painting figures. But then my vacation week started a couple days ago, but I've been practicing watercolor by making my own little "children's" story.

There's a reason I have "children's" in quotes.

If you don't mind a bit of irreverent humor and at your own peril, visit "Bear Brown Goes to the Corner Shop" at my private blog. The story is only five little pages; I think that's all it needs, and that's all I had planned, anyway. There's space in the storyline to continue.

But I also have figures to paint.


  1. Man, that is flipping funny as hell...

  2. Very amusing. I would pay good money for a children's book you illustrated... but I do not think that the wife would appreciate that one. ;)

  3. Good stuff. The Missus loved it and burst out laughing a couple of times.

  4. Yeah, that was great. I'd pay good money for a copy, too.