Howdy, howdy, howdy! How’s everyone doing this evening? Well, it’s evening for me anyway and I’m kinda pooped. Been a busy day, working on all new projects, but that is not what I’m here to talk about right now.
I’m here to let everyone know that you can now buy my “first” novel, the crazy Chemical Gardens, for $2.99 on Kindle. It has all-new spectacular cover art by the ever-amazing artist Gary McClusky, who also did the cover art for Praise the Dead. He’s not only a great artist, but a great guy as well. Super-easy to work with. If you have any art needs, I HIGHLY recommend getting in contact with him. He’s awesome.
Also, the trade paperback might not be out for a while yet, so I want to now share with you the entire, unlettered piece. It’s crazy cool and will give you an idea of just how insane the book is. It’s probably my weirdest, funniest story and I don’t know when I’ll get a chance to just go nuts again with a book, so I hope you check it out and tell all your friends. This is the book that wears the happy pants. 🙂
Thanks all! ❤
Forgot to put up another one last night. Oops.
Anyway, this painting started out life as something else (bottom left), which I painted over. It has since been sold.
This painting was done on a monopoly board, so all the usual suspects are in there somewhere. I like the looks of it. I obviously really went to town-probably just splashing paint around in a daze, the absolute best state to paint in. It was sold a long time ago.
I’m actually working sporadically on a novel of the same name. Kind of a horror/supernatural version of Single White Female and based on actual experiences I had with a pyscho chick I once knew.
This painting was on a huge piece of cardboard and once again points out my lack of drawing ability. That thing in the lower left hand corner is supposed to be a brain. haha. I sold it (!!!) several years ago.
I recently found a disc with images of old paintings I’ve done. Some of them I still have somewhere. It’s funny how the fact that I literally cannot draw a straight line has never stopped me from trying. As always, I was just trying to concentrate on color.
For lack of any other news to write about, I’ll try and post one a day for a while and see how it goes.
I was kinda doodling with acrylics when I did this first one. It’s on a canvas panel and I still have it somewhere. It’s called E-8, but I don’t remember why that was significant at the time. I like the moon and the animal is okay. It’s probably close to ten years old.
Don’t worry. No plans to quit the day job. (Though some days I wouldn’t mind.)