Fanart is a must

As I stated in my last post, my own original stories have taken a backseat as inspiration for those stories has drained away for the time being. Until I can once again envelop myself in my own characters and their worlds and stories, I have dedicated all my energy to the creation of “fanart”, which…

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As a Protestant at a Catholic University

Sometimes I ask myself, “How on earth did I go from dreaming about attending Patrick Henry College to this? University of Dallas, the Catholic School for Independent Thinkers??” This thought initially unsettles me. I find myself asking God, “Why here, Lord? What is your plan? Where are you leading me?” I mean, Patrick Henry College…

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Answers

For one of my last assignments of high school, I was commissioned to write a short story based on a work of literature this year. I chose to base my work of fiction on the theme and premise of St. Augustine’s Confessions (my favorite Christian treatise, by the way!) Answers: by Rebecca W. He hurried…

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Thrills my imagination

It all came up rather suddenly. At least, I hardly expected it. Recently I bought a Cintiq 13HD, which I’ve been coveting for a long, long while. There are Cintiq 22HDs and 24HDs, but both of those seem pretty unreasonable–price, size, and weight-wise. Since I’ll be off to college next year, I can’t really see…

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Birds above us

A poem I wrote for poetry class, the assignment being birds. I haven’t written much poetry lately. I remember that I scribbled down a lot more of it that one semester in private school. Because the teacher lectured me for sketching during class, I decided to safely jot down lines of poetry . . .…

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