creatives

Inspired To Learn

What we’ve already learned positions us for what we’re about to learn. And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit. • 2 Read more…

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Making Time for Creating

Tonight, my dear friend Wayne Thomas Batson arrives at our home for a three day writing weekend that we call a Writer’s Bootcamp. We’ve been conducting these annually for the past nine years. Usually, we write, talk, write, eat, drink, write, use the bathroom (separately), talk, write, and then pass Read more…

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Raul Midón

Yesterday, we discussed what good art is supposed to do, and the fine art character sculptures of Stéphane Halleux and his new animated movie. Here’s some more inspiring work by multi-disciplined musicians Raul Midón. I really don’t want to say anything else. Just come back here and comment when you’re Read more…

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Mr. Hublot

Art is supposed to capture your imagination. It’s supposed to awaken your childlike sense of wonder, or, at the very least, convict you that you may have lost it. It’s supposed to portray the world as it could be. At least, good art is supposed to. I fell in love Read more…

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Fun with Procreate (iPad)

Grass Forrest Mite (GFM) I recently heard about Procreate for the iPad care of @sidmohede on Instagram. While he and I are both on staff at our churches—mostly for music and communication related endeavors—we also share a similar past in being groomed for Disney’s animation department back in high school. Read more…

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Quiet But Busy

I’ve had a few close friends note that it’s been quiet around here lately. Quiet, yes. But by no means fruitless. As any who know me might well surmise, my energies have been consumed by other more-pressing activities. For one, I’m still writing—quite a lot, in fact. But not much Read more…

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Up To Date

The hiatus in posting has been due to the following, which might be of interest to you if you enjoy this sort of summary. If not, please go to the next blog on your reading list as you might get bored. + Outlining and chapter 1 start of “Raising Thendara,” Read more…