Jake Parker is an artist who creates value wherever possible. From his courses on SVS Learn to his YouTube videos to the 3 Point Perspective podcast, he preaches the doctrine of letting your art work for you on multiple levels. He practices what he preaches.more “Going the Extra Mile for Raving Fans”
The ladies were getting hair cuts this past Saturday so I took a few shots from the city as I walked around with the boys. Later on we stopped in Tyson’s for some comic goodness and a discussion with a Batman creative team!more “Down in DC”
My brother and I had another guest on the Amateur Dads podcast. All morning I’ve been kicking myself about questions I should have asked. Naturally I started analyzing why I didn’t ask these questions.more “I Should Have Asked That Question”
Game of Thrones has been a little…how do I say this…divisive this year. Just kidding. Everyone’s been losing their minds!more “The Game of Thrones Rock”
There are many things that can remind you of somewhere you hold near and dear to your heart. One such place is the sound of the coquí, a frog native to the island of Puerto Rico.
I was watching a terrible movie, Replicas, which said that it was taking place on the island. Knowing the nature of film, I’m like, “Yeah…sure.” But then I heard that sound. That irreplaceable, undeniable sound of the coquí. It made the movie a smidge better.more “¡Coqui!”
So today is the official release date of the latest Marvel Studios film, Avengers: Endgame.
To say that it is a highly anticipated film would be an understatement. Today will be filled with reaction videos, reviews, speculation, praises and disappointments. I have my thoughts, but instead of diving into those I want to share my movie going experience.
My brother and I were honored to speak with Appa of three on the latest episode of the Amateur Dads podcast. It was a brilliant discussion between three dads recorded on a Friday night.
I hope you enjoy, and stay awesome.more “Amateur Dads: John Saddington”
The family watched Bumblebee this weekend, and the opening scene was a thing of glory.
As the scene progressed, the family shouted out names of Autobots and Decepticons. Ratchet! Arcee! Cliffjumper! Wheeljack! Optimus! Soundwave! Starscream! Shockwave!more “Proud Transformers Moment: The Bumblebee Opening”
The Amateur Dads podcast is now on Anchor. What does that mean? I’m not quite sure.more “Now on Anchor”
Twitter was bombarded in mid-February by #comicsDNA, and it was all Alex Segura’s fault when he tweeted:more “Comics DNA”
A new art challenge pops up on Twitter seemingly every day. March of Robots, Mermay. Inktober. Slow-vember. In reality, there are only a few quality challenges created with the truest intentions.more “Why I Participate in Art Challenges”
I haven’t watched this much NBA in years, and I’m enjoying it a lot.
It’s refreshing to see teams like Milwaukee, Philadelphia, and Denver doing well. As a Lakers fan, I’m disappointed in this season. There has been drama, but I like some of the young players they have on the roster.more “NBA 18-19”
My wife and I have watched quite a few movies so far this year, and the other night we saw perhaps the best one yet: Searching.
The movie is a very original take on the thriller. We experience the story through a completely digital perspective. The directors used aspects of Windows and Apple operating systems to an amazing degree.more ““Searching|” Gave Me Anxiety”
My daughter celebrated her birthday recently, and it’s just amazing how time flies. Not too long ago she hadn’t even started preschool. By the end of this year she’ll be in first grade.more “My Second Six Year Old”
I was digging through some folders on my computer and didn’t find what I was looking for. I did find these gems from my Computer Illustration class though.more “Ai Archives”
For the first time in the history of The Citadel Gospel Choir, 30 years, the choir now has a badge of honor to wear on their uniform.Momolu Cooper
The Citadel Gospel Choir hosted a Black History Month concert, “An Evening of Inspiration and Unity,” yesterday at The Citadel’s Summerall Chapel in Charleston, SC.more “Recognition After 30 Years”
Spring starts on March 20 and my family is aching for warmer weather. It snowed yet again yesterday in Northern Virginia, and so you know what that means: schools closed for two days!
They’re really trying our parental nerves over here. Perhaps it’s an aim at student attrition. “We’ll see how many of them come back when we reopen”
A few months ago I drafted a small outline of a four page short story based on my experiences as a military brat, seeing my dad leave from time to time. more “Working Title: Watch the News (WIP)”