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Friday, November 9, 2012

The Dig Site in DHMS!!

As I said in my post earlier this week, my Dig Site had been published in the December issue of DHMS but at the time I didn't know exactly what they'd included.  When my copy finally arrived in the mail I was absolutely astounded - it was a four page layout!  That's four whole pages!

The first two pages are about the dig site itself, while the following double page spread has "how-to" tutorials to recreate Kiki (the mummy) and other features of the Site.  I love the way the good folks at DHMS have laid it all out and the background they've used is absolutely perfect.  I just couldn't be more pleased with what they've done.

Minerva, my bicylcle riding witch, is also famous, albeit on a less grand scale.  Look out for her on the last page of the magazine!


  1. 4 pages! Brilliant! I noticed today you can buy individual imag copies... now I don't know whether to wait or rush in! Congratulations!

    Minerva certainly deserves some spotlight too. She is so full of character. :D

  2. Congratulations. They've made a great job of featuring your project. It's well worth sharing.