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A sketch for the upcoming book "The Book of Sylvari: An Anthology of Elves"

Beyondaries!

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Recently a writing website was launched, called Beyondaries.  This e-zine (electronic magazine) site features authors and artists, giving tips and advice in each quarterly issue.  I am the head Illustration columnist for the site, and I wrote an article on my illustration process for Port Yonder Press‘ upcoming book, The Book of Sylvari: An Anthology of Elves.  The article will also appear in the book, along with all the other short stories and illustrations.

A sketch for the upcoming book "The Book of Sylvari: An Anthology of Elves"

Keep an eye out each quarter of the year for a new article from me and many other worthy writers, sharing our expertise to you and the world.

Please give it a read and drop me a line if you have any questions!

Grey Justice: Puncher of Men

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OK, two weeks ago I helped create a short animated film, called “Grey Justice: Puncher of Men.”  It was our entry for the Richmond 48 Hour Film Festival, so we only had two days to make a complete little flick of genius!

So, here is what we made!

Grey Justice: Puncher of Men from Jason van Gumster on Vimeo.

Led by Roberto Rubet and Jason van Gumster (Fweeb,) the Hand Turkey Studios team, both in Richmond and internationally, put together a short film against all odds. (more…)

Tim snowblowing away!

Snow, snow, please go!

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Actually, I’m enjoying the snow quite a bit.  Yesterday I helped my brother and father snowblow and shovel the snow.

Tim snowblowing away!

Tim snowblowing away!

Today, I helped a friend shovel the parking lot at church.  It’s good to let my lame muscles do some work for once.

Big decisions have been made  – a proper post would be in order, so I’ll save the gory details for later, but I’ve decided to stick around in the hills for another year, pushing an on-campus college education off for at least 2011.

So long for now, DAVE School.

So long for now, DAVE School! I will consider you for the future.

And finally, I’m very glad to say that what I thought to be a dead pixel in my camcorder really turned out to be a grain of sand on the Fujinon lens.  A damaged CCD would have cost me hundreds of dollars to repair.

And oh, one last thing: I sent in my audition videos to Crystal Creek Media for their upcoming film this summer.  Here’s for hoping I make it in!

And I guess that’s about all for now,

Until later, good friends, and may the road be kind to you.

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