I have donated four postcard reproductions of my work to this event 🙂
This is the website for the event: NDPartsale
And some Press attention (which is always nice) here.
Let me know what you think if you have a chance to go!
The internet is chock-full of writing resources, advice, guides and more.
I always found the website Write to Done quite informative, but there are many others on this list that may be suited to you and your writing path.
Very nicely, The Write Life has put together a list of 100 useful websites.
“Kick your writing career into high gear with this year’s list of the best writing websites.”
Source: The 100 Best Websites for Writers in 2016 – The Write Life
Source: The Five Elements of a Story Source -… – The Writer’s Circle
Apart from the fact that I love diagrams, this one is delightfully non-prescriptive and makes you think (as a writer) about all the possibilities and layers you can have in your stories.
I love both. Traditional Ukiyo-e Japanese art, waterbased inks and block-printing technique – something that definitely inspired me since a young age, and something I plan on practicing a lot more and soon.
And cats! I love all sorts of pets, and cats are funny, and very inspiring.
This is an article on the exhibition Life of Cats – there is also a link to a virtual tour of the art.
Cats and Japanese block-printing ukuyo-e prints
Do you have any favourites? I’m intrigued by the relations between humans and pets, and art is a beautiful way to explore it.
I’m linking here to a useful table of colours and their meaning. Whether you use it to identify a character with a specific colour, or to envision her environment, or clothing, knowing the meaning of colours will give your writing (or drawing) a little extra.
You can find the full table HERE
In other news, I’ve been working a lot, fell into Tumblr, and working more, hence lack of regular posting. My apologies!