Beowolf was written at a crossroads between ages. The characters in the poem straddle both pagan and christian values and struggle with their inconsistencies. It was a product of ages of dynamic oral storytelling translated into a medium that while more permanent, ceased to be as meaningful to later generations. Verbal lore could be adapted […]
I’m working on a story about displaced time travelers from Golden Gate Park. I’ve been aching to try out Tiltbrush for months. This was my first effort and I’m proud of it. It took me longer than I hoped, but I don’t think I could have learned the user interfaces and made it any faster. […]
While I’m sure some viewers will be quick to compare the storyline in Rm9sbG93ZXJz to an old man complaining about kids on their lawn, the X-Files told a tale that is very dear me. I still find myself shouting at machines too often when I lose my patience but I am starting to become highly aware […]
Amazing work from multiple artists. Some of the best fan art I’ve seen yet made with Tilt Brush. It’s really getting exciting now that more creative people have VR tools.
A handy guide to the logic if not the means of time travel in fiction
Stephen Byrne melted both of my hearts with this Gravity Falls / Doctor Who mashup. Doctor Who is what first inspired me to want to be a creative person and Gravity Falls has been an endless source of joy and my most trusted muse over the last year. Check out more of Stephen’s stuff here! I […]
It has been a week for cool Doctor Who illustrations! The latest incarnation of the show has certainly boosted the popularity of the series and I suppose that has inspired new fans to be creativity as well as driven those of us who have been die hard fans since the sets were made of card […]
Brilliant! Buy this as a tee or check out one of the other chuckle-worthy illustrations by Kiwi artist Glenn Jones.