Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Headshots!








Working...working...working on style and technique as I prep for the SCBWI-Carolinas Regional Conference in September.

I am just LOVING what I am doing and hoping it shows!  What are you working on?  Feel free to share with me your link.  I try to keep up, but an woefully behind.

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  1. I just love that sweet bird! :) Look like you have been busy. So wonderful to hear someone LOVING what they are doing... and I think it shows!! :)

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    1. Thanks so much, Jennifer. I really am enjoying myself and the process of creating and pushing my style.

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  2. I like the old sea salt, the budgie, and the girls head the best. Oh wait, I guess that means I like them all. Yer stylin!

    Me, I'm still putting together my first book, but excited about it. It's a slow process.

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    1. TED!!!!! Congrats on the first book! I want to hear more about it!

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  3. Fantastic... It definitely does show! I am absolutely loving what you're doing and can't wait to see more :)

    xo
    Kristin

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    1. Kristin! So great to see your comment here. Thank you. I've been watching and learning and pushing. Feel like I am finally getting somewhere.

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  4. These are great! I'm still working on Cindy while putting together new birthday items for my Etsy shop! (www.stuffbynicole.com)

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    1. Hey Nicole. So great to have you visit. I've seen some of your fabulous birthday items. You rock, girl!

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  5. So lovely!

    http://myfashionbreak.blogspot.com.es/

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  6. Fabulous! So energetic. I really like your seagulls too, that I just saw through twitter. You're lucky to be going to the SCBWI, hope you enjoy it!
    I'm working on my kidlitart portfolio as well :)
    Pia (http://www.piadrent.com) (http://piadrent.blogspot.com)

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    1. Hi, Pia! So great to have you join me here. I love your detailed comment. It helps me know what is working. I love being a member of SCBWI. I've met fabulous peers and am learning so much.

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  7. Great characters! My favourite is the old man, he looks like a sailor with many stories to tell :)

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    1. Thank you Ana. He is an old sea salt with tons of stories.

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