When I started my first blog, “The Rapport,” in August of 2010 I really had no idea what I was doing. I was in college at the time, and one evening of boredom led to the creation of an account on Blogger. That first night was drawn long and sleepless by a sudden, indomitable inspiration to write. The following morning in class my fingers were itching to get back to this newfound obsession. I blogged intermittently for several years, caught between topics of angst-ridden romantic prose, reflections on faith, and the utter none-sense spawned only in college dormitories. Continue reading “Exordium 2.0”
These are three illustrations created in 2012, inspired by Star Wars fan stories. See their descriptions below for more information on each individual piece. | All works were created with Adobe Photoshop CS4.
The first is a Farghul named Harkrat Feerg, my old player-character from the Star Wars Combine, an online simulator game. My face was the reference for this illustration.
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“Minute to Win It” is a game show franchise where contestants take part in a series of sixty-second challenges that make use of items commonly found around the house. These games are simple to put together, ridiculously fun, and on occasion quite challenging! Anyone can play, from kids to older adults. They are great for use at parties and other social gatherings, and especially in kids ministry! In fact, I use “Minute to Win It” challenges just about every week. Continue reading ““Minute to Win It” Games – Recommended Resources”