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I Guess It’s not Fan Art if I Paid for It?

Still cool, though.

Recently I commissioned the very talented Mel Addams, whom I met on The Secret World’s official forums, to do a sketch of the heroine from my World Spectrum novels, Leha, the Hero of Heart.

I gotta say, it turned out pretty well (click for full size):

Leha, the Hero of Heart, star of my World Spectrum novels

I really like the claws.

This is actually the second sketch Mel has done for me; some years ago, they also did a sketch of some characters from one of my unpublished works, and it also turned out brilliantly.

I would definitely encourage everyone to check out Mel’s Tumblr to see more of their work (mostly TSW fan art), and if you have anything you’d like to see drawn, get in touch with them. They’re quite good, their prices are reasonable, and they’re a pretty friendly and pleasant person in general.


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Updates, June 2014

Another month has passed, and it’s time for another update to the site.

The most exciting piece of news this time around is my first piece of fan art. Okay, it might not quite be fan art in the strictest definition, but it’s art based on the World Spectrum novels — specifically the Battle of Heart — and the person who painted it is undoubtedly my biggest fan, even if he is a little biased.

Check it out!

In other news, I’ve written a brief essay on one of the reasons I find Leha so compelling as a character: She is, in many ways, my complete opposite.

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Remember to follow my other blog, Superior Realities, if you want all the latest news on the World Spectrum series, as well as my other projects and interests, as they happen.

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