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Muddy Color Blog Post: GUEST BLOGGER: PAUL BONNER Sitting comfortably?…….Good. It really is an honour to be asked to contribute something to this little gathering of movers, shakers and artistic worthies. A talented bunch who do a lot to promote the stuff we all love. A lot more time consuming than it appears (as I’ve......
It can be difficult to know how to start a design business. No matter how much experience you have, it can be hard to know when the time is right and how to take the plunge. Maybe design began as a side hustle that's slowly taken over and you're wondering whether it could become a sustainable career, or maybe you've been working as a freelancer or in-house at an agency and you want to take the plunge to launch a...
TMQ 2022: TikvahMinds Quarterly Interview: Kurt Zauer – Cagey Comics Had a great interview with Kurt Zauer of Cagey Comics, learned a lot about writing comics and some of the challenges that we face as creatives. We also covered his upcoming work encompassing Egypt, Vampires in prohibition Chicago, and a lot more. Had a lot......
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Creative Blog: Tackle Portrait Painting With Oils [Even though it has been years and years since I have touched oils, I thought this was a great article from Creative Blog. One of the reasons is that you can use the same techniques discussed here to tackle the process from the digital standpoint.] By Howard Lyon......
m the man himself. I have liked Joe Rogan's content for some time, for two reasons: one he is open to the possibility of learning new things and perspectives not discussed in the "mainstream". We live in a wild world full of wonders beyond imagination both in a positive and in the negative and Joe Rogan does an excellent job of listening and ensuring all voices are heard, and I appreciate his mild-mannered way in which he goes about...
Digital sketching using Photoshop isn't new, yet learning to draw with freedom digitally can be hard. In this article, illustrator Erik Ly shares his process for creating scribbly illustrations that embrace the chaos of your free-flowing imagination. While Erik's professional work is refined and clean, he finds himself coming back around and enjoying just how fun a little chaotic digital sketching can be. It's a great way to share ideas and art in a time dominated by social media. The need...
Here's a good video documenting all the red flags raised by Amazon's 'Ring of Power' over the course of production and development. ...
As a part of this blog I want to share a featured artist on a weekly basis that I am following and focus in on what are some of the key things I am learning from their style and approach. For this week it's Seung Eun Kim. You can find the bulk of his work here:...
Feeling Realy Sceptical About This One: Amazon’s Lord of the Rings Let me know what you think about it, but I have a bad feeling this is going to be crap. However, we will see…? Not sure, but not feeling the love for Tolkien’s work here. Honestly, it should be left alone as nothing could......