Saturday, May 23, 2015

Fan art, from a friend.

Hey still working. Had some serious setbacks but I'm a serious person. Hopefully things will come out great in the end in the mean time check out this awesome fan art! If you didn't know I'm planing on adding whatever art work I receive to future issues of the Captain Kacela comic.  Im pretty amazed at this work by artist George Rand.
Also recieved a mention from ECBACC from blogger Derpygirl  Thanks for the love K!

1 comment:

  1. I'm a fan! In fact, I believe the power of creativity works tremendous for this media art form and can help transform the mindset with new ideas like "hip-hop" does for poetry. I have a suggestion however, a suggestion which may lead to solidifying a growth pattern for the comic book market you pursue. Incorporate learning trends which help readers understand new concepts in academia. For example, define the topic of "Emotional Intelligence". If you could read the minds of a person and understand exactly why people do what they do, the logical idea in child’s play might suggest you’d use that power as a super hero or X Men. I’m not intentionally diverting from political correctness X Lady doesn’t quite have the same conditional tone, does it? But, if you, DNA mutant for good knew when the time called upon your skill as the Emotional Intelligence (EI) hero you would become the ultimate conflict resolution-ist. And, depending on your quotient or EQ strength you’d become one among the greats. The character possessing the greatest skills in leadership would contend with the opposition, draw upon their superlative talents as the EI hero and voilĂ , the mastery would kick in (Trushell, 2004). Emotional Intelligence is described as ability “to build relationships” (DuBrin, 2012, p. 481). Although, it would be great to be seen as having superior or super human capabilities as implied by writer John M.Trushell. Emotional intelligence as a fantasy of American pulp fiction as I allude to in the opening does not totally have to result in fictitious results.

    EI, is the motive to engage innate abilities as empathy and trust. Trust, however has to have some degree of disciplined control. I could go on using one example after another for instance under the current presidency the Trump administration may lack the use of Emotional Intelligence if compared to the former Obama administration; but, for the sake of content and due respect to your readers may I invite you to read more at the following link