The winter season was spent mostly inside. Jerrik helped his parents in equal measures, learning many skills in the process.
Wait… what? King? Now, let’s not get ahead of ourselves and slow down for a minute. That’s a pretty big presumption, there!
Nevertheless, parents have a feel for these things. Whether it comes down to wishful thinking or divine intervention, I will it to you at this point. We still have a loooong way to go.
Welcome back to the world of Jerrik as we set off and follow the path.
It has been exactly a year since Tales of Jerrik started being published online. I would not exactly call it an anniversary because Book One ended way back in the summer. I had originally planned to post The Village by the River earlier but other projects needed to be handled as well.
The good news is that Tales of Jerrik is back on track and I have been able to set up another channel for creating more art. I will get into more detail when I get a chance. In the meantime, why don’t you hop over to my new blog? That’s right, I’m back at blogging about my creative process again. It’s something I did on a weekly basis back in the days of the Adventures of Captain Wayne and I do miss it. It’s a great help with keeping track of what I do and how I do it. Hopefully sharing my experiences will be of interest to some as well. Here is the link, or simply go to my homepage and you’ll find it.
Thanks for dropping by. In this storyline, we will be learning more about Jerrik’s childhood, as Agatha requested in the final page of Book One.