Friday, February 26, 2010

Making Plans

I made the final decision on my next project. I’m trying to stay enthused about my novel, Story for a Shipwright, and yet realistic at the same time. Therefore, I thought I’d try, not only something completely different from what I’ve done in the past, but something that might have possibilities as a cover for the novel in case I resort to self-publishing.
Either way, it’s a gorgeous image that feels like the world of shipwright Sam Wesley. I especially love the atmosphere…if you’re interested in a preview, visit photographer Doug Wood’s Website, or here, for a glimpse. I plan to make a few minor revisions, and I’ll be translating it into a 10”x 15” image, something I can easily work with in the end...if I don't drive myself nuts with it before it's done!

Meanwhile, here’s my little painting hovel…As you can see, I've still got some framing to do, too...


  1. my words would be leaves in the wind to say "don't push yourself". :) you will do just right. consider this my order for the first volume. My Visa Number is...uhhhmmmm maybe I will wait with that,,,:) ps.. great workspace, I am jealous.

  2. As always, Glenn, I'm so appreciative of your words of wisdom, and your really does make a difference to me :)

  3. Deb, it actually does make a difference, having a pleasant environment to work in. I think I’ll spend my afternoon there!


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