Seasons Greetings

No matter how your 2020 may have been, and even if your season doesn’t look the way you wished, Grin and I wish you peace and joy.

Designing D&D Characters

I wanted to give 3D sculpting a try, so I found an open source program called Sculptgl. It has both a browser based app and a stand-alone app.

I found the app easy to learn and fun to use. My first project was a beholder from Dungeons and Dragons, which I then printed in black on an Ultimaker 2plus. After, I primed it in white, splashed it with shade, and then painted it.

I think it turned out great!

Book Signing November 16 in Delta, BC

3D Printing and Novel Writing

To celebrate the upcoming release of my next novel, the Three Spartans published by Crwth Press, I’m 3D printing a scene from the novel.

The premise: a parody of the Battle of Thermopylae (480 BCE), the novel is a paintball war between two groups of tweens over a tree house.

Above, we have (left to right): Zeke, George, Lea, and Art.

Above, we have the beginnings of the tree house.

I’m currently using the printers at Richmond Public Library. If you’re interested in trying something like this, check if your local library has access to 3D printing!

Children of Ruin Book Two?

I was cleaning up my workspace when I came across an old notebook where I wrote the first draft of Children of Ruin. My working title was, “Zombieapocalypse.”

And then this happened: