Hello and welcome to my skill share audition for my course on “Graphic Design for Cheapskates and Know-Nothings”. While I’ve used the Adobe Products and highly recommend them, I experiment with free editors just to show that you can still do graphic design if you believe in the heart of the cards. If you are … Continue reading Graphic Design for Cheapskates and Know-Nothings
Hi, there I’m Bill K. Scamaton and I’m sure you’re here to learn a few tips and tricks about blogging and how you can learn to build a better blog. Oh, I’m no psychic, the reason I know that’s the reason you are reading this is I understand the concept of perceptive readers. While most … Continue reading 5 Tips and Tricks for Better Blogging
Just what an ugly mug. There's no beating around the bush, Sonic is ugly. I'm sorry society is so shallow that we have to judge this real gangsta by the artificial nature of his looks. Do you think Sonic asked to be this ugly, like he went up to the CGI animators like it was … Continue reading I Fixed Sonic the Hedgehog… What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
You know the expression don’t fly too close to the sun… well it appears I might have done the opposite. I might have dug so deep that I guess I found hell. Today’s films are so bad that I hate to talk in over hyperbolized statements and absolutes, but I feel that calling them the … Continue reading I Found the Worst Found Footage Movie: A Cheap Trick or A Great Delusion?
A beloved franchise is returning in modern times and is facing scrutiny from fans of the original. Also, in today’s news water is wet. Quite a few news outlets have already covered the topic, but I think I have the most bizarre hot take on this that you might want to buckle in. She-Ra is … Continue reading Is the She-Ra “Controversy” Really Just the Future of Marketing?
Emerging from the thickets of our imagination, constructed out of fear and fantasy, there exists the perception of monsters. It is these monstrosities derived from ignorance and abnormalities emerging from the shadows, that serve as the muse that guides the pen of Guillermo del Toro. The acclaimed film director and screenwriter has earned over his … Continue reading The Man Who Makes Monsters
An introduction is overrated, let me tell you why I would recommend going to see Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread. The best way to describe where I’m coming from with this film is that it’s less of an affection towards this film but a deep admiration. I find this film very comparable to Amadeus (Forman, … Continue reading Indulge in the Cinema Delicacy That is ‘Phantom Thread’ (Review)