I’ve recently taken to trying a new medium with painting: espresso. Turns out you can use it like watercolor paint. Along with it being the elixir of life, now it can be used to capture scenes from life. Here are two of my more recent projects, with both of the originals going to a goodContinue reading “Painting With Coffee”
Long time no see, everyone! I’m bringing this blog back to life and getting ready to begin a new Kindle serial, while also putting out more episodes of Arrivers. After pondering the title of this new serial and finding it a little vague, I decided to change it from Queensland Crater to a friend’s suggestionContinue reading “Helen Goes Hunting – Prequel for “Cretaceous Crater” Part 1″
Long time no see, everyone! Hope you’re all having a blessed day. I have been spending much time toiling away on new fiction projects. I’m currently waiting to hear back on a couple of stories, and am finishing a few others to go direct to Kindle. In addition to “Descent,” the long-awaited fifth installment of the ArriversContinue reading “More Fiction! “Arrivers” and “Queensland Crater””
I’m not sure if I’m supposed to enjoy writing more Screwtape Letters. If you have heard of a book called The Benedict Option… well, you could say it “inspired” me to write a shot across its bow. — My Dear Wormwood, Your continued involvement with your Patient’s fretting and worrying has provided me with someContinue reading “Screwtape Writes a Response to Rod Dreher’s “The Benedict Option””
You occasionally come across someone’s effort to correct an error, but the correction itself is more wrongheaded than Ronald McDonald with the face of Pennywise the Dancing Clown. Science Insider/Tech Insider decided to try and make some noise about the fifth installment in the Jurassic Park series, under the guise of promoting scientific literacy. ForContinue reading “Fisking a Critique of “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom””
After a long absence, I am returning. Santa Claws, equipped with a giant grabbing claw, would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. Unless he decides you look like food. He sees you when you’re sleeping He knows when you’re awake You taste the same if you’re bad or goodContinue reading “Merry Rexmas”
Some of the beautiful creatures in our awe-inspiring state, captured as best I can manage on a smartphone that keeps running out of memory. Hope you enjoy them!
New paleoart! Triceratops, Stegosaurus, and Amargasaurus in silhouette form, and “Caught,” a piece depicting Daspletosaurus catching a recently discovered ceratopsian. Hope you enjoy! Have a great weekend.
I began the serialized science fiction tale Arrivers with the short story “Escaping.” After a surprising amount of success, even to the point where it was the hottest download in Space Marine Sci-Fi, I have decided to make it freely available on Smashwords. If you have not yet read it, here is its description: The battlecraftContinue reading ““Arrivers” News!”
I have finished another paleoart painting. This one depicts the giant marine reptile Kronosaurus, catching a Plesiosaur. At the moment, I am continuing with my writing, and quite looking forward to presenting artwork at the Symposium for the Western Interior Paleontological Society, in March. They invited me to come set up a table in March,Continue reading “Kronosaurus and Plesiosaur”