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Meet the Writer: Problems With Infinity

 I am so pleased to have Sarah, creator of the blog Problems With Infinity, at Grab the Lapels. Sarah is a web comic and story teller who invites you into her life to read “tales of a delusional maniac.” Please be sure to follow Sarah’s blog to get great content about children watching scary movies, stupid buttons, crawling out of windows to escape parties, and becoming a dinosaur! 697 more words

Meet The Writer

Problems With Infinity reblogged this on Problems With Infinity and commented:

Hey everyone! Sorry I've been a bit slow getting my next post up, life has been pretty hectic, I'm sure there will be more on that coming up. Here's an interview (my first!) I had from Grab the Lapels complete with a few illustrations! Hope you enjoy, and my next post should be ready this Wednesday or Thursday!

Q & A: Originality and Character Design 2 (feat. Skits O.): Part 2

4. Have you ever had a character illustration been negatively criticized or called “unoriginal”, “ripoff”, “uninspired” etc.?

Me? The closest thing I got to that was “Oh, this reminds me of ”, and “this character looks like ”. 330 more words


Q & A: Originality and Character Design 2 (feat. Skits O.)

As before, i asked another artistic friend of mine if he could kindly give his inquiry in my Q and A. Everybody, meet Manny Oyson, aka Skits O. 446 more words


Travel Box

“the world is a book and those who do not travel have only read one page”

St. Augustine

I hope that one day I can travel all the time. 200 more words


An English Rose

The definition of an English Rose in terms of beauty and fashion is a women who is considered to be naturally beautiful, traditionally with a fair complexion and an edge of innocence about her. 175 more words


David Pinner: Ritual

The last thing I expected to find in a Tenby charity shop was a copy of David Pinner’s Ritual. Not the original hardback, I hasten to add – this is the recent paperback reprint by… 332 more words


Influences! If it wasn't for the hidden gems at the Chicago Broadcast Museum archives, MAS wouldn't exist!

Tom Palazzolo is one of the best teachers I ever had at SAIC. He told me and his other film students to ignore the movie theaters and rental stores, and head straight to the Public Library, TV/Radio Museum, and garage sales to seek out obscure and inspiring films and videos. 74 more words

Chicago Museum Of Broadcast Communications