Children’s Book – Daddy’s Big Girl

Just like that another one of the books I have illustrated is now available on Amazon! This story is a cute short reflective short story through a Father’s eyes as his little girl turns two years old.

Written by J.D. Sandy and published just a few days after I finished illustrating! This cute short story is the perfect addition to your Kindle, and coming soon to print!

Inktober 2019 Results

Much like in years past we are participating in Inktober again this year! Last year was a lot of fun drawing each and every day with my daughter and this year looks to be no different, except she now has her own Instagram account (@AbbyDoodlesArt) and will be posting her own artwork there. Yay!

Like last year with our 2018 Inktober results I ask y’all to scroll through and check out what we did in 2019. I made this handy little table so you don’t have to scroll too much, just click the links and be sure to like, comment, and follow!

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This year we will be doing something just a little bit different as well. Instead of working directly from the Inktober prompt list, Abby wanted to also use the Cartoon Network prompt list. So we are adding that to the mix and we shall see how it turns out! There may even be a few on the Cartoonber list that I may even try drawing this year, but I will mainly be sticking to the official Inktober prompt list. Either way it’s going to be a good time this year just as it always has been these last couple of years!

Be sure to follow us on Instagram (@dadSTL / @AbbyDoodlesArt) and if you are feeling like joining maybe even get out some pens and paper and try your own Inktober!

Inktober 2018 Results

Tomorrow is the first day of October and with that is the start of another season of Inktober! Last year my daughter and I knocked out some amazing illustrations and this year we are gearing up for another 31 days of ink! To get y’all refreshed and ready for our posts we decided to share our illustrations from last year! So head on over to instagram.com/DadSTL or just click the image below and check out our art from Inktober 2018!

View our Inktober art from 2018!

Follow along as we post our Inktober 2019 drawings to Instagram! If you are interested in sharing your own illustrations during Inktober, head on over to inktober.com to get a glimpse at the word prompts for this year!

A New Children’s Book Category!

IMG_4718If you didn’t know, aside from writing at St. Louis Dad I have another side venture. That is illustrating children’s books. So far I have illustrated a lot of them. Some of the stories I have illustrated are focused on a specific subject. Others are filled with nonsense or with a life lesson. I haven’t posted about the illustration work before because I wasn’t exactly sure how to showcase it. Now I have a good idea of what I want to do. So be on the look out for some new posts in this new category starting very soon!

I have worked with authors all over the world on these books. Check the map below. It shows many of the areas I have worked with authors on projects. Many of them are available on Amazon in the Kindle store. Some of them are even available in print format. I will be sure to indicate in each post what options are currently available. Some of the books may be available for free from time to time. If they are I will be sure to let you know.

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If you are ever interested in working with me on a children’s book just let me know. I am open to just about any sort of project, but there is a process. Just let me know what you are thinking and we can work out all of the details.