Sleepover

Here’s a new one for that series I’m doing with this group of middle school kids.  This one’s a sleepover and our main character (I should really give her a name) is having a sleepover with all her BFFs.  She’s playing a video game (Mario Cart, perhaps?) against her very best bestie.  Two more friends are painting nails on the floor and a fifth girl has already conked out and gone to sleep.  (Hopefully they won’t put her bra in the freezer later!)

Edit:  It was too green, so I made it bluer and updated the image.  Better now, I think.  🙂

Sleepover

Safety Book – Interior Image – Page 16

Here’s an image for page 16 of a safety-themed coloring book commissioned by Positive Promotions.  Last page.  This one isn’t much.  It’s just a border for a “Safe Kids” certificate.

Next up is a book titled “Mom for City Council” but that won’t be finished until towards the end of the month.  I’ll post once it’s done.

As always, I am taking commissions.  Contact me to discuss your project.

Safety Book - Interior Page 16 Border

Safety Book – Interior Image – Page 14

Here’s an image for page 14 of a safety-themed coloring book commissioned by Positive Promotions.  This page covers bullying.  A boy is picking up his books, presumably after some bullies knocked them onto the floor.  Probably the same boys that are smirking at him from the other side of the room.  But, luckily for him, a friend has stopped to help him pick up his books.  Isn’t that nice?

 

Safety Book - Interior Page 14

Safety Book – Interior Image – Page 11

Here’s an image for page 11 of a safety-themed coloring book commissioned by Positive Promotions.  Why is it so much fun to draw children behaving badly?  In this case, we have a girl (accidentally) kicking a boy that walked too close to the swings, a boy pushing in front of the line, and two boys horsing around and playing too rough.

 

Safety Book - Interior Page 11