Monthly Archives: March 2007

Stage Lights and Storm Clouds

On four upcoming April evenings in New York City, a rarely seen one-act play written more than four decades ago is going to be revived, and I’m pleased to say that I contributed its title graphic.

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Eddie in the Transcript

Eddie’s recent trip down to Florida to assist his ailing parents provided both time to ruminate and an even rarer commodity: time to write down his ruminations.

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A Logo for Doc’s Team

Last night marked the official debut of the new logo I was asked to design for the Drury Drama Team, the theatrical arm of nearby Drury High School.

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Speed Lines and Drawing Tools

I am drawing a comic character who has a sword. He swings the sword. How do I create a clean trail of the sword motion?

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What’s With These Damned Holidays?

A brief (and I mean brief) hint of spring earlier this week when some grass finally began reappearing from beneath the snow pack in our yard. And then…

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Panel Discussion

My stars seem to have been in optimal alignment while I was working on my contributions to UAB Public Health magazine last summer.

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Another Purim, Another Spiel…

Having set all of North Adams talking a year ago about the nuances of their acting chops in last year’s Purimspiel, the team of Cruse & Sedarbaum reprised the roles of Queens Vashti and Esther last Saturday.

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Going Way Back

Comics aficionados take note: the formidable Martha Thomases has returned to the sequential art playing fields.

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