Drawing Class II: Freestyle

At first I didn't know what I was going to do for this week's drawing, since it was "freestyle" week (and my VERY LAST assignment!). That is, until I saw the black marker drawing by Doug Stahl in this week's textbook reading (sorry, I don't think I can show it to you on here due to copyright …

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Drawing Class II: Curtains

For this assignment, I was to create a value scale drawing that paid particularly close attention to value shifts and zones of shadow, middle-tone, and highlight. The objective was to learn to see and recognize the precise shapes of shadows, middle-tones, and highlights and then learn to “map” these shapes accurately within my drawings. I did a …

Sermon Highlights: Ministers of Reconciliation

**Warning: This post may include content that is convicting. Reader discretion advised.** In a way, we measure life by milestones. Getting a driver's license, graduation, earning a college degree, birthdays, anniversaries, working somewhere more than 10-15 years. Milestones and markers remind us where we are in life, and where we've come from. Personally, I mark time …

Sermon Hightlights: Promise Made, Promise Fulfilled

And so I bring you another post highlighting the wonderful sermon from our pastor's series on the Acts of the Apostles. This week's sermon focused on Paul's sermon to both the Jews and Gentiles in Acts 13. Acts 13:13-16 provides the background and setting. John Mark had gotten upset and discouraged. He had had an easy life, which …