Posts Tagged ‘Yesterday Brings Today’

Are you ready for the bestest, most baseballiest, most art filled post yet!  Get out your scorecards and start yelling for a hot dog at the college kid trying to pay his way through college with this second job cuz he blew most of his scholarship on booze and beer pong posters for his late night parties hoping to make the frat guys jealous who wouldn’t let him in after they caught him playing with Magic cards the first day of orientation with his now roommate/best friend Barry.

Enjoy these amazing baseball caricatures of the senior boys of the Messiah Baseball team.  You’re Welcome

P.S. Jordan’s Kickstarter is going really well, however he is having trouble with the printer we chose to go through.  Even though he formatted the book himself so that it works the way its supposed to, the printer is still going to add 2 extra pages on the end which really messes with his design. We are still going to look for an answer, because right now this printer is what we can afford, especially since its the only print on demand service we found.  Fingers crossed it won’t be as bad as we think right now

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First of all, apologies to all for my being absent from the blog scene for a few days.  I’ve been working on the nine commissions you got a preview of in my last post.  I am happy to report that they are all completed and i will share them all next week with you after the recipients have seen them.  I know the odds are slim that the ballplayers would actually visit my blog and spoil it for themselves, but i’m not willing to take that chance.  Leave a little mystery.

I know i’ve mentioned this before, but my husband, Jordan W. Martin,  has been working on a book for the past few years and has finally put everything together in the past month.  Its called “Yesterday Brings Today” and it is ready to go, we are just looking for some help to get his book published.  We are so excited for this because it is, hopefully, the first of many books to be published through his company Right After Then.  Its a beautiful book that i can’t wait to see in print.

Please visit, share, donate (if you wanna), like his Kickstarter page.  As you all know, a little exposure goes a long way.

Away from Here, and Far from There

And, because i love to show you my work too, here’s something from 3 years ago that i pulled from the archives.  You’re Welcome


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