Posts for the Topic comics

If punctuation marks were people

Cartoon dash saying, "But wait—there's more!"

Punctuation marks. We use them to form our sentences, to turn our incoherent thoughts into organized prose. But what if these signs and symbols had minds of their own?

A writer's mind: visit today!

a writer's mind

Visit the place where the magic begins and the fun never ends. Every day is a nail-biting adventure inside A WRITER'S MIND™!

2 reasons why you should read a webcomic

Green angular speech bubble with the word webcomics in it

Have you ever read a webcomic? No? Well, you’re missing out! Webcomics are essentially comics that are posted online. They provide artists with a vast platform to explore their creativity from being interactive like in The Boat to developing reader-creator engagement as seen in a number of host platforms like Webtoons or Tapas. If you’ve never experienced the awesomeness of webcomics, here are two reasons why you should give them a read.

Comics: turning to other forms of literature

A stack of "The Flash" comic books

When people think of writing, they often immediately think of novels or of that report that they have been meaning to write.  However, writing can be so much more than that.

With the help of visuals, comics can express so much that words often cannot.  For example, take a look at the panel below.

Doodle of The Week: Round 3

Salut! 

This one gives me mad Super Saiyan vibes but it's actually my attempt at drawing flames. You might say that this doodle is fire. #WritingUnleashed

Doodle of The Week: Round 2

Hey Warriors!

Unleash your superpower! #WritingUnleashed

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Doodle of The Week

I ate too much turkey and fell asleep this weekend instead of coming up with a blog post, so here is a drawing of me at 3 years old. And maybe again at 20.

Unleash your superpower, Warriors! #WritingUnleashed

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