The best way to hone your artistic skill is to practice it, but what happens when you run out of ideas? What do I draw? What should I paint? Social Media Art Challenges You’ve probably heard of #inktober. This hashtag started popping up on Instagram and Twitter feeds a couple of years ago alongside drawings […]
There was a time when Wacom’s graphic’s tablets were the only ones worth buying, and because of this monopoly, they could charge whatever they wanted. They still do to be honest, but…spoiler alert…they’re in for a rude awakening.
When you’re young, you can fall asleep like a pretzel, wake up and carry on with a skip and a jump. Then you hit your thirties, you yawn funny and put your back out. Here’s my experience with ‘fun’ hand cramps from drawing in my forties.
Covid-19. We all know the drawbacks, but if you want to focus on the positive, here’s some very good things that have come out of this whole drama.
‘Answering The Atheist’ is now available for purchase on Amazon and other places. Here’s a chapter breakdown and links to stockists.
This article has been adapted for web from Chapter 7 of my book ‘Answering The Atheist’. Approx. 30 min read.