Tag Archives: Art

Stepping Out on Patreon

The internet has given rise to several different methods for creative people to crowdfund their projects. Kickstarter, for instance, lets a person or team fund a specific project, giving supporters special benefits as the specific financial goals are met. But … Continue reading

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Photography As Art

On Sunday, I went to an exhibition of photos taken by my friend Norris Archer Harrington. It was his first real exhibition, but you wouldn’t know that by the quality of his work. The exhibition was held downtown at LA … Continue reading

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Check It Out – Throughout the Website

I realized this week that people who check out this news blog on my website, might not be aware of other things happening on other sections of the site – especially if I don’t mention it on the main blog. … Continue reading

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Passion For Work

On Facebook earlier today, artist Colleen Doran posted a link to an interesting blog article that featured some comments by Mike Rowe about the “follow your passion” advice that usually gets passed around easily. Rowe’s comments gave me some food … Continue reading

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Andrew Robinson at CAPS

Our July meeting of CAPS featured Andrew C. Robinson. He brought some of his original pieces from the graphic novel The Fifth Beatle, which is about Brian Epstein. His work was remarkable to look at, really lovely. He talked about how … Continue reading

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Jesus Face to Face

At Hollywood Presbyterian Church for Lent this year, we are having a special all-campus study and small group time, called “Face to Face.” Thematically, it’s built around scriptural encounters of Jesus with specific people. One of the fun elements that … Continue reading

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Finishing the Book

Well, at long last, on the day I contracted to do so, I delivered to my editor the manuscript of my book Creating Graphic Novels: Adapting and Marketing Stories for a Multi-Million Dollar Industry (formerly known as Paper Movies: Adapting … Continue reading

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The Creature in the Nomad Life

I’ve been in temporary housing since the end of April, after leaving my old apartment. Although the Creature from the Black Lagoon has been my traveling companion, he was not keen on being photographed in the hotels. I’m not sure … Continue reading

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Christo’s Umbrellas (California)

Back in 1991, Christo did two major installations of large umbrellas, one in Japan and the other in the U.S. in California. The installations “opened” early in October. On Saturday, October 26, the installation was nearing the end of the … Continue reading

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For the Spring Equinox

A friend quoted some lines about Aslan to acknowledge the Spring Equinox, and I almost went hunting for an “ordinary” image of a lion in order to make a graphic of the lines. And then I remembered that I already … Continue reading

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