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Never Quit Drawing

Author: Laura Simms
Publisher: Race Point Pub
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Sketch your way to an everyday art habit! Never Quit Drawing is an inspired call to action for artists looking to build creative habits into their daily routine.


Farmer Ned s Comics Barn

Author: Gerald Jablonski
Publisher: Fantagraphics Books
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Finally, what the world has been waiting for - a big, oversized collection of Gerald Jabolonski's psychedelically underground, absurdly avant-garde comics! Jablonski has been comics' best-kept secret for decades, telling the tales of imposter ants, bear-faced grumps, and stoic farmers with pun-laden word balloons that wildly snake around the page. This book also includes a discussion with Gary Groth, the artist's first interview in print. Jablonski belongs in the ingeniously baffling auteur pantheon with John Cage, James Joyce, and Andy Warhol. Yes, you read that right.


Cartoon Drawing For Beginners

Author: Laura Whitworth
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To learn how to draw cartoons and comics effectively, you have to first understand the purpose behind them. Anyone can learn to draw cartoons and comics in a mechanical way, but to become successful, you have to get the meaning of what makes people want to read them, and continue to read them. Once that is understood, the drawing is much easier and will come across as being a reflection of purpose. Learning how to draw cartoons is mostly done by observation and practice. As we study some of the masters of the art of cartooning, you will discover that they learned in various ways, but they never quit drawing. That is the secret. If you form the habit of doing a little bit of drawing each day, you will be on your way to success. Or you can do a lot of drawing each day too, and that will be fine. If you are really serious about the pursuit of cartooning and the drawing of comics as a career, you should seek the best instruction you can get. Just think about how many hours a student puts in to any career path, such as a doctor, lawyer, or even a plumber, and you will find that to become a pretty good cartoonist, you can do the same, only the time spend would be considerably less. Even so the satisfaction of being able to earn a living doing something your love to do is a great motivating force, and you can do just that if you decide that it is what you want. This book will give you an insight into the world of cartoon-drawing, its rules and traditions, and the paths to follow. Once you get the main idea and purpose behind drawing the cartoons you will be able to develop your own authentic recognizable creative style and break into the big time of cartoon-drawing!


Sketchy Stories

Author: Kerby Rosanes
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World-renowned artist Kerby Rosanes specializes in black ink doodles and sketches, and at the age of 23, he quit his desk job as a graphic designer to pursue his art full time. With a legion of over a million followers, Kerby has been a source of inspiration to artists, designers, and art-lovers all over the world with his stunning art and inspirational messages like "Never Quit Drawing" and "Be Awesome Today." Now fans can glimpse the personal sketchbook of Kerby Rosanes with Sketchy Stories, a beautiful facsimile reproduction of his original sketchbook, loaded with secret doodles, elaborate sketches, and whimsical lines and detailed patterns. Interspersed with his artwork, Kerby also includes techniques, tips, inspirations, influences, and more. The ideal gift for fans of Kerby Rosanes or anyone who is ready to be creatively inspired.


Never Quit

Author: Jimmy Settle
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The young adult adaptation of the epic memoir of an Alaskan pararescue jumper, Special Forces Operator, and decorated war hero. “That Others May Live” is a mantra that defines the fearless men of Alaska’s 212th Pararescue Unit, the PJs, one of the most elite military forces on the planet. Whether they are rescuing citizens injured and freezing in the Alaskan wilderness or saving wounded Rangers and SEALS in blazing firefights at war, the PJs are some of the least known and most highly trained of America’s warriors. Never Quit is the true story of how Jimmy Settle, an Alaskan shoe store clerk, became a Special Forces Operator and war hero. After being shot in the head during a dangerous high mountain operation in Afghanistan, Jimmy returns to battle with his teammates for a heroic rescue, the bullet fragments stitched over and still in his skull. In a cross between a suicide rescue mission and an against-all-odds mountain battle, his team of PJs risk their lives again in an epic firefight. When his helicopter is hit and begins leaking fuel, Jimmy finds himself in the worst possible position as a rescue specialist—forced to leave members from his own team behind. Jimmy will have to risk everything to get back into the battle and save his brothers. From death-defying Alaskan wilderness training, wild rescues, and battles against the Taliban and Al Qaeda, this is the true story of how a boy from humble beginnings became an American hero.


Never Quit the Fight

Author: Ralph Peters
Publisher: Stackpole Books
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Drawing on his global experiences from Africa to Iraq, author Ralph Peters attacks today's crucial issues of our time head-on, with the clear eye and blunt voice that has won him a devoted following: Is Iraq worth it? What's the truth behind the politics? Are our defense dollars buying a strong military--or the wrong military? Are we missing great opportunities elsewhere while hypnotized by the Middle East? Must we accept that Islam itself is the problem? Will we face a war with China? What would such a war mean? Can Washington learn from its mistakes? These are just a few of the controversial issues Peters takes on in a series of body blows to the status quo. Famed as the most original strategist of our time, Ralph Peters builds on the critical and commercial success of previous books, Wars of Blood and Faith(978-0-8117-0274-4) andNew Glory(1-59523-011-4), to offer a stunningly fresh vision for our military, our country, and the world.


They ll Never Quit

Author: Harvey Klemmer
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The Healing Moment

Author: Betsy Lee
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
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Fragments from German Prose Writers

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Wet Paint

Author: Gwynn Popovac
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An intimate portrait of a family on the outskirts of Los Angeles in the 1950s tells the story of Flora and Henry Jackson and their separating paths of awakening