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I have to be less impatient and start to read the details of stuff that I buy online. But yeah… A step closer to streaming… one day!
Do you remember that time when artists painted in their studies isolated from the world….? Yeah… forget that. You are part of the artist process too and isn’t that so much fun?

 

Scale

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When it takes 3h to drive across my Portugal, it’s normal that my friends and family have to stop and think for a moment to scale. Portugal fits in an American state, therefore when they say int he news that the United States is under a few hurricanes, that does not mean it’s close to where I live… To my fans near these places, be safe T_T
And they say hurricane season hasn’t peaked yet.

Priorities!

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My American Mom and Papa visited us for the weekend. We always have lots of fun. Not even rain can ruin it. It’s been so long since we’ve done something together that we were excited and forgot half our stuff. Has this happened to you before? Being so excited to get to an event or trip that you just leave a bunch of important stuff behind? : D

Book Release!

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So happy to have this first volume completed. Find it available on Amazon online stores all around the world.
Buy here: http://amzn.to/2wW3RHs Don’t forget to leave a review and share this book with all your friends and family!

Thank you to all my fans for your support! I will be at Small Press Expo ( Maryland) table W9 with limited copies of NotFromBrazil and more volumes of my graphic novel Polly and the Black Ink. Volume IV is out.

Check it out here: http://amzn.to/2wKO39S

Special Ingredient

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That corn starch is a weird thing. You have to try it. Mix a bit with water, it freezes but it’s not cold, it’s… well… dry!Sometimes I know the ingredients very well, but they just have such a different name int he U.S and are treated so differently that they become alien to me.