We’re venturing into the world of fantasy via a short story called Gods of the North by Robert E Howard. It’s a tale of a fierce warrior's encounter with the icy daughter of a God after standing as the lone, victorious warrior on a bloody battlefield. Read the rest of this entry »
This week is a bit more personal, for both you and I, as I share a bit more about the next chapter in our Adventures in Creativity. There are changes, rather, evolutions underway and I’m very excited to share that with you.
I’m joined by a very special guest this week to talk about creativity from the perspective of a kid. Especially from the perspective of a kid with a parent that is a creative. My daughter Emma joins me as my co-host this week with some background appearances by my son, Orion as well!
Do you ever wonder if being an artist has somehow ruined your ability to just ENJOY the type of artwork you make? Let’s talk about this for just a moment.
One of my long time favorite people to follow on social media has been the super talented artist from Calgary, Shelley Nutma. From paint to pen and ink there is something incredibly captivating about the worlds she creates and in this episode she’s stopped by the virtual studio to share her story with us!
As we wrap up our series on how and why focusing on creating deep connections to our audience when it comes to our creativity, we’re going to find a brilliant strategy in the most unlikely of places… Horror films and stories.