Storks are not like they used to be. Babies are mostly delivered by car nowadays.
It’s always funny, those slips of the tongue. Recently my daughter called the Grizzly bear a Cruesli bear.
Another version off the monster theme. I think I’ll stick to this one.
This is me listening to Haddaway (while thinking of the Saturday Night Live version)
The lost Egg is now available in three languages. Thanks to Mohammad M. Rashed the FREE children’s e-book can now be read in Persian language. You can find this translation under the download section.
Judie is working on a new story about monsters and the problems they have to deal with. I’m busy finding the right kind of monsters.
I have made a version off our free e-book “The Lost Egg” in mobi and xps-format. both good for making your illustrated e-books work on tablets and smatphones. You only need a reader which can handle these formats. The mobi-format can be read with the Kindle (Ipad and Andriod) app. The free app EbookDroid (Android) works great …
Two monsters drinking tea.
And then there are those who think they hide in a closet…
Friendly Monster #3 – People may say there are monsters under your bed. Well, I don’t think they really fit.
A couple of months ago I told you about de free children’s ebook ‘The Lost Egg’. I have made some changes, like beter scans of the paintings. Please take a look under Download. I hope you like the new layout.
Friendly Monsters #2 – How they sleep
Fox – The first simple attempt of how my children’s book illustrations might look like.
Dierendag – Quick sketch of our dog enjoying “dierendag”
El Zorro – Yesterday we went to Zorro the Musical at the “Nieuwe Luxor Theatre” in Rotterdam. It was a great experience. (“Zorro” is Spanish for “fox”)