children's books / education

Tutorial: Converting Photoshop image to blueline / Reduced pledge level.

This is a sample video tutorial similar to what I will be offering to the backers of my There’s a Zombie in the Basement Kickstarter in my campaign updates for FREE if it is successfully funded by November 30th!

Visit my campaign here to see a cover-to-cover preview of my children’s book in production.

UPDATE: My HERO reward level has been reduced from $1000 to $600!

$600 HERO: You will receive everything in COLOR SKETCH (Reward #9), a t-shirt (add $5 for XXL or larger), zombie girl doll; PLUS 25 copies of the book donated to your favorite library, school, daycare, or shelter of your choice with a bookplate with your name as the donor (or anonymously), signed by me personally at a scheduled signing, where I will also do a dramatic reading and a monster drawing workshop. (Does not include travel costs outside of the Denver-metro area. I can alternately arrange to do a video conference).

I wanted to take a moment to share projects that I’ve backed:

Seth the Sasquatch by Martin DeschateletsSeth the Sasquatch by Martin Dechatelets – Another book with Sasquatch in it, only he’s the main character! It’s been a long winter for Seth and Liam as all of their forest friends have gone into hibernation. Tired of being indoors, they decide to brave the cold weather and venture outdoors to build a snowman. To their surprise, the next morning they discover that their snowman has been eaten! What manner of beast could possibly have done so? Gather your courage and follow Seth and Liam as they pursue the monster’s footprints!

The Doxie and Doodle Adventures by Elizabeth Purchase

The Doxie and Doodle Adventures by Elizabeth Purchase – Two very different dogs, a dachshund and a labradoodle, having fun while getting into adventures in Canada’s Arctic!


The Smooch by Karon ArgueThe Smooch by Karon Argue – Tad, a little frog and his relentless pursuit of a princess and the enthusiastic help of friends.


There's an Alligator in Audobon Park by Gina Minor AllenThere’s an Alligator in Audobon Park! by Gina Minor Allen – What would you do if you saw a gator on your afternoon walk?

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