A glimpse into what my eye is seeing

 

From my blog post today looking at the pull toward Eden and the push toward the City of God. Check out fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com

From my blog post today looking at the pull toward Eden and the push toward the City of God. Check out fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com

A prayer for all the doctors and others currently treating Ebola patients in West Africa. Inspired by this week’s saints, Constance and her Companions, over at the blog - fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com.

A prayer for all the doctors and others currently treating Ebola patients in West Africa. Inspired by this week’s saints, Constance and her Companions, over at the blog - fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com.

From my new blog post over at fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com

From my new blog post over at fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com

Quote from this week’s saint who helped found the first church devoted to deaf and mute Christians - fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com

Quote from this week’s saint who helped found the first church devoted to deaf and mute Christians - fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com

From my blog post yesterday over at fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com

From my blog post yesterday over at fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com

Good quote from this week’s saint, Maximilian Kolbe, over at the blog - fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com

Good quote from this week’s saint, Maximilian Kolbe, over at the blog - fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com

A bit of a prayer I wrote on the blog yesterday because of all the crazy news lately - fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com

A bit of a prayer I wrote on the blog yesterday because of all the crazy news lately - fascinatingmystery.wordpress.com

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A Lonely God - a series of slightly sad superhero posters.

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I’m in love with this

I was just talking to an artist yesterday about the tendency to crop things really close and tight in order to enhance drama.  If it’s overdone — which happens frequently with artists—you start to feel like you’re watching a movie through a hole in a sheet.  

Pull the camera out.  Be brave enough to let the reader orient. 

Occasionally, in the right moment, pull the camera way, way out even. How does that effect the emotional beat? 

A great design style for getting a close up, yet so far away look at superheroes.