Now that the bulk of the work on the Small Tales and Fairy Fails Kickstarter campaign is over, it’s time to talk Firelight Isle again! January was an especially productive month for the re-write. I’ve finished another draft, and as far as I’m concerned, this is it! I still have a meeting with the editor later this month to confirm that he thinks I’m on the right track, but fingers crossed I’ll be back on to drawing thumbnails in March! ^_^ I’m very excited for this, especially given how long this re-write has taken. Since there hasn’t been anything visual to show for quite some time, I’ll leave you with an image of the pile of drafts I’ve accrued (not including the latest one, which is still on the computer at the moment).

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