Edit Edit Edit

Edit Edit Edit

Ok, I am done my Fantasy world Newspaper  and have begun the editing process, which, honestly, has been a lot of procrastinating for me.  I just want to post it already, but every time I start working on it…. my brain stops working. I akin it to Homers focus. Side note: while looking for this …

Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes

I seem to be moving at glacier speed while creating this side project, so I thought I would post a couple behind the scenes pictures and explain what it is I am making. The Cunning Crow is a fan-fic Newspaper I started making, drawing from my favorite books and TV shows and reporting on them …

Creation

I don’t just take pictures, I do a lot of digital art, too.  Its typically nature themed, but they are rather different, odd, vintage and colourful.  Most of them have little backstories, or are inspired by a piece of music or podcast, show or just life. (I wrote a post on some of what I …

The Muses

Lately, I have been trying to find information on the The Muses, the Greek Gods of the Arts. There is surprisingly very little out there, even though it has been the artists crutch/inspiration for hundreds of years. I research a lot behind the scenes for my books and art pieces, and this one quickly becoming …

Music-Soul-Art

We all have a playlist, the one that works perfect for whatever it is you are doing, or how you are feeling. Bad day at work? Make it loud and angry. Heartsick? Make it soulful and melodious. Working with a Bebe? Make it Disney tunes. In the car alone? Songs you sing bloody loud and …

Short Fiction: My Study Guide

A short story is a different thing all together – a short story is like a kiss in the dark from a stranger. ~Stephen King Short Fiction- My Study Guide Short stories are like Brunch; tasty little morsels of brain food that can be serious and heavy or light and refreshing and pair well with …

Ah, December

Hello Hello!! Its December already!! Man did November ever fly by!! And, with November ending, so did Nanowrimo! I didn’t get 50,000 words, but I did manage to write every day, taking the time to carve out an hour or so for myself at my house or coffee shop.  I even joined up with other …