I wanted to draw a
quick sketch and Photoshop of what my life is like on any given day. I
have three kids (two in college ~ going to MU). My youngest is 13...
The last number of
months have been quite crazy... actually every day is an adventure in our home.
change it for the world! It makes for some great stories and some
wonderful ideas on what to draw.
Why did I draw this?
I just got my two oldest set up and in college... My youngest was going
to school on Monday. I had TWO days off at my "other"
job ~~ I was really looking forward to drawing DRAWING DRAWING
>>> no kids home. Just the dog and I with the
house to myself and quite.
My youngest went to a
neighbors on Sunday and played with some friends and broke her toe on a wall.
Monday and Tuesday were filled with doctor appointments and a thirteen
year old hurt, upset and complaining. Yes, I understand it is JUST a
TOE... What can the doctors really do? AND besides life can be sooo
much worse!! I understand all of that... I really do...
Sometimes it's the every day things that keep coming into a typical family that
we forget about that makes families so fun! I enjoy all my moments with
my family! Even broken toes.
This is a book cover I just completed for my husband, Paul. The medium was done in watercolor/gouache and a little bit of photoshop to give the clouds a little more spunk. Paul is releasing the book this weekend. I am very excited and proud of him. The book is a Epic Fantasy that he is self publishing for Ebooks. For more information please check out: paulphilipcarter.blogspot.com
I normally would not advertise so forgive me for throwing this out there. BUT he is my hubby and I love him and want him to succeed at what he loves. He is my greatest critic and makes me strive to be the best I can be at my love of art. Not very typical of most of artist friends/family ~ he is also my biggest fan ;) (my backup(s) are my art friends to make sure I am on track...but Paul has no problem with being honest).
I hope the cover will give the book justice.
Please feel free to give feedback... and thank you for taking the time to look at my work.!