At one time, when my Eski was still alive, I thought about this. I decided I didn't want to actually DO the spinning, but thought about doing the gathering and sending it to be spun by someone, then making something out of the yarn. Never did it though….sort of wish I had....he was so SOFT, and warm too...
Comic Book Lovers
lvoss last edited by
If any of you are fans of comic books then maybe you might be interested in helping out my friend. He is currently competing in a comic book competition called Small Press Idol where the prize is getting your comic book published. He has made it to Round 2 but in this round 50% of the decision to move on to Round 3 is made by public voting.
So if your interested, you can take a peek at his work, http://www.smallpressidol.com/forum/topicview/misc/856.htm#first_unread
And if you think it is worth getting published, you can sign up and vote for him.
Kipawa last edited by
Wow! I haven't looked at a comic book for around 35 years. Things have sure changed since Betty and Veronica, Jughead and Superman. There were a series of comics I loved that were called something like "The Classics" - comic forms of Romeo and Juliet, Wuthering Heights and A Tale of Two Cities. I spent hours looking at the artwork and reading the stories over and over again.
Though I just can't get into the Fantasy genre of things, I can appreciate the skill involved. Good luck to your friend!