I really don’t update this blog enough. Every now and then I’ll write up an entry and it will get a tremendous amount of traffic, but rather than capitalizing on that by posting more content, I just get lazy. Last Friday, actress Brea Grant announced that for thirty straight days she would update her blog everyday. She also challenged others to join in, and this is day one. So here I am, joining in on the challenge, ignoring every lazy impulse in my body, and giving this my best shot. In an effort to make this slightly easier for myself, I’ve decided to have a specific column for most days of the week:
On Tuesdays, I’ll be bringing back PREVIOUSLY… IN COMICS, where I review the previous week’s comic books, so if you missed out on them last Wednesday at your local comic shop, you can look for them this week. This Tuesday’s column will focus largely on Marvel’s new uber-event, FEAR ITSELF.
That will be followed by WHEDON WEDNESDAYS, in which I will rave endlessly about one of my favorite subjects, Joss Whedon. The first column will be my TOP 10 FAVORITE BUFFY EPISODES.
The work week ends with FANTASY CASTING FRIDAY. I got so much positive feedback on my fantasy casting for THE AVENGERS, I thought this would be an ideal time to put my brain to work picking out the perfect cast for some other films. This Friday’s will be, not shockingly, superhero related.
Sunday will be videogame day (I don’t have a catchy name for it yet…), where, mostly, I’ll let my Nintendo fanboy out. This Sunday, I’ll give you a list of some of the quality 3rd party games available for the Wii.
So what about Monday, Thursday and Saturday? Well, I need a little wiggle room for any ranting I might want to do, but largely those days will be devoted to posting some of my artwork. But I’m not just going to post a photo of one of my paintings and leave it at that. I may post step-by-step process photos from a mural I painted, show sketches from my brainstorming sessions or, at least, explain the inspiration behind a piece. This blog is called Drawing Power, so focusing on more of my artwork is something I really should’ve done sooner.
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