Posts Tagged ‘Kids’

With just three days away from the end of our campaign. I know in my soul we can hit this goal. Despite all the things I have been told and have seen, about starting a crowdfunding campaign.
I refuse to believe that I have to be famous, part of a huge corporation or hire people to reach my goal.

After all, wasn’t Kickstarter developed to help us who are building something from nothing?

Those of us who spent every dime to create art, prototypes and endless nights of painting,clean and photographing our work, so that it maybe presentable.
Spending every waking moment to promote our work in hopes of funding. Going without all to prove that this is not a fly by night idea! This is our dreams, our reality, our oxygen.

As creatives, each thing we do is filled with our soul, our blood, our tears and our lives.

We freely give our life away to create art for ourselves and for others.

Every second, minute, hour, day, month and year of our life is poured into what many will come to admire for years to come. These are our children!

I hope all of you feel it too, this is why I can’t let this die! I ask you to please pass this project along, give what you can and prove that we stand together and support indie everything.

Give love to those who tirelessly spend every waking moment living their passion.

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Love and Unity
Carlos (Los) Espada


Have the courage to stand tall
Have the courage to shot for the stars
Have the courage to fall down
Have the courage to believe in you 
Have the courage to avoid the negative
Have the courage to beat the odds 
Have the courage to allow the positive 
Have the courage to walk alone
Have the courage to live your dream 
Have the courage to go from one day to day one. 
Have the courage to live without regrets.

Now get yours!
Los73 

Who’s at the zoo?
Is the title of our new children’s book. Once again, the lovely Justine DeNicola and I put our talents together to repeat another fun little adventure featuring Harry,
If you recall my girlfriend and I both worked on Bath After Math.
It was so well received and we have gotten such great feed back. That we had to keep it going with Who’s at the Zoo?
More fun through education.

I’m not gonna lie, this

one took a toll. Wasn’t all the original art, it was drawing some of the characters more than once. (Stepping out of the old comfort zone)
I usually like to just draw a character once and then move on to the next piece of art. (Much like posters and covers. )
It was well worth every sleepiness night, as we both got such a sense of accomplishment when seeing a finished product, it feels amazing. Also the reaction of our young readers, their parents makes us feel great.

I urge you to complete an idea you may have. Because when you hold a finished product in your hands. The baby of hard work, determination, ambition and most importantly a dream. Is a feeling that I can never express.
I am proud of our work and super proud of Justine.
We work great as a team and I feel great seeing her shine as we reach yet another goal.
Now go and work on something fun. Do it for yourself, people don’t have to get it or like it as long as you are having fun completing your dreams.
If you read any of our books I would love to hear your feed back

Go get yours!
Los 73

Hello true believers!!!
Our book is now available on Amazon! To say Justine DeNicola and I are excited is an understatement!!
Thank you all whom have been so supportive of this project.
Bath After Math

Hi friends
I hope this blog finds everyone in great health. I have some exciting news I would like to share. About a new children’s book featuring my art. This was a joint project between my girlfriend and I. Was fun to help her realize her dream of producing a children’s book. More details below

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BATH AFTER MATH 
First time children’s author Justine DeNicola. Pens this delightful story about Harry who loves his bath time!! However, Harry’s Mother reminds him about his Math homework. So Harry must complete his home work and his errands before he can play in the bathtub. Illustrated by artist Carlos Espada. Whom has worked on
such toy lines as Star Trek, Star Wars and both Marvel and DC comics. So sit back with your little one and enjoy MATH BEFORE BATH.
Coming soon 2014
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