I first met Tom King the Author of a Once Crowded Sky at Annapolis Comic Con, he was just a guy setting up next to me that was selling a prose novel about Superheroes gone missing from the world. I didn’t really pay much attention to it or to Mr King’s impressive resume, who knew I was standing next to some one who was an ex-CIA agent and could no doubt break me in two with his little finger. Impressive Secret Agent feats aside I did get a chance to flick the through book and I was impressed. Promising Tom and myself that the next show I see him at I will pick up the book. Continue reading
Roll the drums and a dramatic pause as we debut the cover for A Teddy Bear Tale II – Faithful and bring you news that the book is now at the printers for pre-press 🙂 Don’t forget your can Pre-Order your copy of A Teddy Bear Tale II here.
This is the final stage of the Evolution of a Page – A Teddy Bear Tale II Page Nine the pencil has been approved with the final changes of the real world elements fading into the landscape in this new world that Tristan has discovered. At this point Dan apply the color ink wash to bring the illustration to like and now page nine of A Teddy Bear Tale II is complete.
This is the second stage of the illustration process. To learn more about A Teddy Bear Tale II and view the first six pages of this book featuring the new adventures of Tristan please click here.
Something to start your morning the right way. Take a look at my first Book Trailer for A Teddy Bear Tale set to the beautiful Irish Folk song Wander my Friend. To learn more about The Teddy Bear Tale please visit the main website at http://theteddybeartales.com
What this? Batman in the Batcave taking time out of his hectic crime fighting schedule to read a book? And not just any book, he is reading A Teddy Bear Tale – Unconditional, the story of Tristan the Teddy Bear defending his child from the Monsters under the Bed. Is the Caped Crusader taking notes from Tristan’s epic fight for a future crime busting mission? Or is this a rare moment of down time for the Dark Knight? Who knew Bats had a soft side?