Category: The Art

free digital copy of the singing stone

Free Digital Copy of The Singing Stone By Paul Bass

As featured on The Singing Stone is about a land which has successfully silenced all talk about God, or Jesus, or just about any word that sounds religious. This is the story of the “Enforcer” Sorbak, The Plumber Barbarian and his efforts to silence any and all public display of faith. Ultimately, he just might […]

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Toon Tuesday – Collection of Originals

Happy “Toon Tuesday.” This is indeed the day that Yahweh has made. Today is a day to post some oldies but not so moldies. I will likely put a pause on the toon posting, as I go into my Dotcom Dad series. However, I will not abandon it, because the drawings don’t stop. Most of […]

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Toon Tuesday – Archives From The College Notebooks

Today, I include for you, drawings from the Warner Southern College days. These were simple cartoons which I drew for the Royal Courier (I think that was the name). It was a part of my journalism class. I wanted to learn how to write. My assignments were ALL cartoons. Hmm. So, I figured that I […]

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Toon Tuesday – Koala Cute

Koala Kuteness This one was co-designed by my 9 year old. This is a limited time posting. I will post a general Koala (using this art) in a subsequent posting. If you have a pet that you would like to see cartoonized, let me know. You could have a one-of-a-kind Paul Bass-ish rendering of your […]

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Toon Tuesday – Proverbs 17:1 – Crouton of Quiet

Proverbs 17:1 Better a dry crust with peace and quiet than a house … New International Version Better a dry crust with peace and quiet than a house full of feasting, with strife. New Living Translation Better a dry crust eaten in … Today’s sketch was inspired by my morning Bible study. “Better a dry crust […]

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Drawing For Daughters – Why Do I Draw?

No, I’m not talking about a strange lottery for daughters, although if there is one, I’m in. Put me in for two more. I doodle for my daughters. Last night, my 7 year old told me that I could be a famous drawer. I love complements from our children. I know kids like to be […]

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