Christmas Eve is right around the corner, so Tor (the Norse god of thunder) has decided to dress up as Santa Claus for the occasion.
This is a work-in-progress GIF. It features the different stages John Barry Ballaran took in creating the artwork for the fourteenth page of Anubis: Dog of Death Part One, Anubis Gets Adopted.
When I was asked to write a post about pop culture, the first thing that “popped” into my mind was Andy Warhol. The king of pop, as we have been taught in our school days.
In the last entry of my gaming backlog countdown I went from 40 games to 35, and checked off four games I played on my PC, plus one I played on my PlayStation 4.
It’s almost difficult to believe now that I was more into books than video games as a young child. Reading was something I did almost every day after being taught at an early age by my grandmother; and I have fond memories of visiting our local library and spending long sunny days with hardbacks in her garden.
Would you be interested in writing guest posts for my blog?
I am looking for posts about something that you like from popular culture. A movie, or book, song, painting, TV-show, video game, etc.
The English word Thursday is named after the Norse god of thunder, Thor. Thursday means Thor’s day in Old English.
So every Thursday is Thor’s day. And you’d best treat it that way too!
These are some early pieces of concept art for Tor, the Norse god of thunder, as he appears in Anubis: Dog of Death.
#ThankYouPatrons Day is the day to be thankful for what strangers have given us through the crowdfunding website patreon.com
These are some early pieces of concept art for Jesus as he appears in Anubis: Dog of Death.
‘Anubis: Dog of Death’ features many gods and religious figures from various faiths.