Written and IllustratedPosted and illustrated
You are encouraged to use speech and emotions to give your photographs a sound track and a heart beat. Written and Illustrated explores our life with intent to find our "why" and leads us to ways to make our faces new and our heart and mind dedicated and dedicated. Open to photography and writing at all skill and skill level, this course is more focused on the actual workflow than on the mechanical.
It is my conviction that every single part has something singular and strong to it, that individual work reinforces the profession and that everything valuable begins when we are careful. If you are a mom who documents the growth of your baby, if you own a picture or a company, if you miss the typeface you liked in school, or if you are an artiste who wants to go further or further with the volume of your work, Written and Illustrated can help you.
Classy mechanics: Includes 3-weeks online course: Next grade dates:
Children's Bailey' - Written and illustrated by Harry Bliss - Review
Featuring so many new children's novels about unmanageable animals going to college, it is a big help to find a storybook in which the pet is reasonably well-bred and well-intentioned. The start of primary education is frightening enough for pre-school and kindergarten students; why unsettle them with the additional threats of an aggression?
Bailey, a big-eared pooch, whose attendance at our schools is welcome and undisputed. They wash (lick their fur), get on ( "take out a puppy collar") and catch - or chase - the Schoolbus. He is also terribly cute, like Harry Bliss, a New Yorker comic book writer and coversetter who has illustrated a series of children's novels, among them "Diary of a Worm" by Doreen Cronin and "Countdown to Kindergarten" by Alison McGhee.
As a mildly educated Snoopy, but with more acceptable personal attendants, Bailey is seen as part of the group. "I wish I could do that, " an adoring schoolmate thinks when Bailey shows his movements, as opposed to the wilted welcome from Lucy and society when Snoopy lets go. "Bailey " is a kind of large-format storybook suitable both for pre-school children at home and for lessons in September.
There is a lot of humour, but the script is free of the snarky interfering in scholastic tales, even those directed at very youngsters. While Bailey may be licking the casual classmates and eating his schoolwork, he's always striving to please and better himself - and he's kidding.
All in all, the kind of classmates a kid wants.