So this week I kicked off the Harry Potter Challenge. A personal 14-Day Portrait Challenge where I randomly choose characters from the movie to sketch. So far we are off to a tremendous start! People are really getting excited about the quality of the sketches and are eager to guess who they think it is, each morning!
The rules were pretty simple...Every morning I post a close up of one character that I intend on revealing later that same day. If you guess correctly, like/share the posts then you are entered into a raffle. The raffle will be held at the end of the challenge.
It is harder than it looks actually! Some days have shown that its a real mixed bag of guesses...and other days like today, everyone all seems to be on the same page.
The Raffle Winner will receive all 14 prints from the challenge, signed by me. As well as an entire set of amazing Everblend Markers-thanks to our Sponsor ARTEZA! These markers are spectacular and dare I even say BETTER than Copic Markers?? I use these markers to lay down base colors prior to layering it up with ARTEZA Color Pencils.
But shhhh....don't go telling everyone my secrets now!
Tonight is night #4...so stay tuned to what else I have in store for you all! <3
This week Cinik, IG, Ryan George, and myself break down the latest in the MIB Franchise. Have you seen it yet? I liked it! Great movie to take the kids to, and a few hilarious [Thor] references thanks to Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth being paired together in something different. My rating? 7/10
Tonight we are recording our review of MIB III. If you have not started following us on our channel, can you really even call yourself a geek? We don't bite...Well...Cinik might...but that's a whole other story all together! Stay Tuned!
In case you missed it, here is last weeks episode where we break down Marvels: Dark Phoenix!
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Sometimes the internet can be a never ending newsfeed of good doggos, dash cam videos, and worse...FOOD PHOTOS! Other times it can be an avenue for amazing potential opportunities. Such is the case now. Recently I was approached by an editor with Monsa Publishing in Barcelona, Spain.