Sometimes a designer just has to make a fun picture. It could apply to any creative endeavor, really. Keep chasing those dreams, folks. (and yes, that is a Looney Toons

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Do you remember this one? It’s a classic, and a real example of how we invest in things that technically aren’t real, save in our own imaginations. Personification, expections, subversions of

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A review of a Historical Western script for Talentville member Andy Froemke. This one was one of, if not THE, top script at Talentville in 2014. Feel free to visit Andy’s

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A couple years back, I was given the opportunity to illustrate a poster for a low-budget indie flick written by a friend of mine. Whenever I get new and exciting

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I bought the book largely sight unseen back in 2013. I’d just moved, money was tight, but I’d been seeing the artwork for it cropping up online (the broken overpass

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I’m old enough to remember the Cold War – the arms race, the pervading paranoia, the anxiety and “The Iron Curtain”. Kinda sorta. I remember all those things, but not

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Bit of a throwback with this one. Really, this one job sparked an resurgence in my design career like nothing else has before or since. When Chantal at Big Brothers

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Here’s a review I did last year for T’ville member Scott Vasey. He’s since revamped the script with all the reviews received by myself and over a dozen other reviewers…

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And here we reach the final sections. Writing Style is a slider… Wrap-Up is just an extra category that I created to let me talk about stuff that didn’t fit

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As with Character, the dialogue’s a little short on points: Do the characters speak with unique voices, not just with affectations and speech patterns, but do they speak from a

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