Not all sketches are huge. Here are Pete and Edana, the young Fire Curse. It’s about two inches tall. I’m still working Sharon out of the book.in the process Pete picked up some of her jobs. Still working
Barnes and Noble writing with @mkkaymbe. She suggested I draw a trex but I told her that it needed to be Threadcastery, so she suggested it was eating Artemis
Cat and Strawberry. The horse keeps popping up. She’s a sense of familiarity in an unpleasant place.
Speaking of, this Breadco i’m at is awful. It’s loud and crowded. Don’t these people know I’m writing emotions? Where did all these people come from? Where could I suggest they all go that they’d agree to?
Thinking up a napkin drawing that isn’t a huge spoiler is real hard at this point. I’m writing what can generally be called’the end’ but I’ve got a lot more work to do so it’s not quite that.
I’m in a lot of pain today too, more of this dumb medical condition I have. Not serious, just annoying. Not permanent either, but lingering. I’ll try to channel it into emotion and get some good prose out!
A lot of Threadcaster is plotted using pictures. Someday this will make sense to someone, hopefully soon
Writing at Kaldis. In today’s scene Lynn the Water Curse has a hard time. Poor thing. Closer to the end!
Joshua and chopsticks. They happened to be there. Josh is judging me because I’m avoiding the ending I think. I’ll revise it eventually, Josh, I promise!
The question no one asked … what does Peter look like without a shirt on? Here is the answer. You’re welcome.
Pete is turning to stone - specifically his bones. He’s extremely stiff and sore, not to mention lumpy. He has a lot of muscle though from toting all that weight around. Some day I’ll do a front view … or one without his bandages.he is pretty self conscious about it, so this was the best I could get him to pose for for now