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Show me your Jesus piece!

The Lost

This is a photo-montage that was part of one of my final projects for my Art Appreciation class.  I really liked that class because, rather than just making me appreciate art, it made me find a new appreciation for Christ, and a new way to express that appreciation.  This montage includes photos of the comic I was working on before coming to Christ, Captive, as well as art work completed after finding Christ.  I finished it up with clips of an alcoholic, some happy pills, some nails, and a crown of thorns to represent where I was and what was done for me through Christ.  The scripture, Luke 19:10, was fitting as I replaced ‘ME’ with the Lost that the Son of Man had come to save.  Have you ever created any Christian art?  Let me see your Jesus piece and I’ll post it up on my blog!!

TKTC – To Kill The Comic.

After running TKTC Herod for 16 weeks, followed by about an 8 week hiatus, I’ve decided to pull the plug.  This is/was the first Christian webcomic from Rival Comics, and it was the first of a plotted 3-part series.

TKTC, or To Kill The Christ, was a series meant to follow the life of the Christ, specifically focusing on those who would try to have him killed.  The first part, titled Herod, focused on the story of the Magi, depicted in the Gospel of Matthew, that followed a star into Bethlehem and warned the Christ child and his family about an attempt on his life by king Herod.

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Osama Tsunami and the Comic-kazi kid!

Finally coloring this long overdue t-shirt

Wow, what a week!  We’ve seen the most wanted man in the world shot dead and put to rest at sea.  We’ve seen how devastating events like the Japan tsunami can be, even for small towns like Celina, OH.  And I’ve seen my newborn son spend his second week on Earth…and inevitably had no time for art!

With all the crazy things going on;  With uncertainty about money and jobs, new lives to care for, the busy lives of a growing family, and grand events all over the news, it’s kind of hard to fathom ever getting our lives under control. We can’t. Thank God.

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