Archive from November, 2012

Firstborn

Firstborn

“Hanael plummeted into the darkness, the absence of the Divine Presence. As the notion of feathers burned from the inspiration […]

Nov 29, 2012     Comments Off on Firstborn
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Demon Babies, good; Spoilers, bad

Demon Babies, good; Spoilers, bad

The back of the sketchbook says to watch for patterns in my thinking.  I think about eating, sleeping and TV. […]

Nov 25, 2012     Comments Off on Demon Babies, good; Spoilers, bad
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Sketch-a-day Sketchbook

Sketch-a-day Sketchbook

I’m trying to draw in a sketchbook every day. Last Christmas, Jeni gave me a “One Sketch a Day” sketchbook. […]

Nov 18, 2012     Comments Off on Sketch-a-day Sketchbook
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Skyfalling

Skyfalling

Bond 23 grapples with the challenge of doing a more personal film about a character who has no actual personality. […]

Nov 14, 2012     1 Comment
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Family that votes together, ah, gloats together? No …

Family that votes together, ah, gloats together? No …

Your humble bloggers cast their votes today in Iowa and California, two nice states to have done your voting in. […]

Nov 6, 2012     Comments Off on Family that votes together, ah, gloats together? No …
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Gypsy Math

Gypsy Math

When I sent “Fogbound” to Adam to maybe do a sketch, he got caught on a throwaway line of dialogue. […]

Nov 6, 2012     Comments Off on Gypsy Math
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Celluloid Stories (October 2012)

Celluloid Stories (October 2012)

I reviewed five movies in from Sept. 28 through Halloween, and only the highly praised “The Master” earned my ire.  […]

Nov 2, 2012     Comments Off on Celluloid Stories (October 2012)
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