Some Reflections on Vocal Storytelling and Creative Writing by Helen M Sant
Lots of things here…wonder what picture I ought to do?…mmmm. A challenge.
The Horned God and the Wild Hunt – Viking Comic Inc. II
Each text box needs a picture; acrylics, digital, photo of a sculpture, real world picture, inked, leather work, collage, weaving, stuff.
(I have created initial artwork (of a sorts) and now ask that you replace it – and this will progress / evolve as the tour progresses)
This follow up to The Hammer Flies is a collaborative graphic novel for online display and as a presentation on screen at festivals and museums across much of the Viking lands.
We at Viking Comics Inc. are creating our amazing Graphic Novel presentation The Horned God and the Wild Hunt and the proposed script is below. We are looking for artist contributors now!
(Contains Viking Scenes of war)
We will be creating an installation for large screen presentation and download for Markets, Festivals and Museums and our graphic novel presentations have…
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You know how it is – you buy a box of soft cheese on a whim, then you have a load to use up. This is one tasty recipe idea to do just that. Ingredients Soft cheese Bacon Leek Onion Two clove… Source: A recipe to use up soft cheese: Bacon, leek and cheese pie
You know how it is - you buy a box of soft cheese on a whim, then you have a load to use up. This is one tasty recipe idea to do just that. Ingredients Soft cheese Bacon Leek Onion Two cloves of garlic Salad or other baby Potatoes Tomato 0ptional breadcrumbs, salt, pepper and herbs … Continue reading A recipe to use up soft cheese: Bacon, leek and cheese pie
Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: The Ghost of the Black Abbot in York
“It’s not fair they teach us desperation so young, or if they do, they should never mention hope.”
Beth Sharrock as Millie (all photos by Michael J Oakes)
“I wanted my life to be so huge and heroic and pure.”
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In 1718, during the so-called Golden Age of Piracy, two pirates gained notoriety as the most bloodthirsty of their crew. The fact that they were women, is probably why so little is known of their story in modern day Britain. For the same reason, this is a tale that needs and deserves to be … Continue reading Review of “Crossed Swords” York Footlights Theatre, Upstage Centre Theatre by Helen M Sant