March 4, 2011

My comic documenting actual true tales of a first-time father – ME!

RANDAC 183

July 2, 2015

“opposing powers”
 

 RANDAC is an experiment in creating a narrative – in both writing and art – one page at a time. Using bound copies of the academic journal “Religion and American Culture,” I choose a word or phrase, then draw something related on that page, with the hope that I can find a word or phrase on the next page that I can build a story upon. In other words, I have no idea what’s going to happen next. 

RANDAC 182

July 1, 2015

“attract”
  
RANDAC is an experiment in creating a narrative – in both writing and art – one page at a time. Using bound copies of the academic journal “Religion and American Culture,” I choose a word or phrase, then draw something related on that page, with the hope that I can find a word or phrase on the next page that I can build a story upon. In other words, I have no idea what’s going to happen next. 

RANDAC 181

June 30, 2015

“through”
 
RANDAC is an experiment in creating a narrative – in both writing and art – one page at a time. Using bound copies of the academic journal “Religion and American Culture,” I choose a word or phrase, then draw something related on that page, with the hope that I can find a word or phrase on the next page that I can build a story upon. In other words, I have no idea what’s going to happen next. 

RANDAC 180

June 29, 2015

“point”
  

RANDAC is an experiment in creating a narrative – in both writing and art – one page at a time. Using bound copies of the academic journal “Religion and American Culture,” I choose a word or phrase, then draw something related on that page, with the hope that I can find a word or phrase on the next page that I can build a story upon. In other words, I have no idea what’s going to happen next. 

RANDAC 179

June 28, 2015

“shaft”
 

 RANDAC is an experiment in creating a narrative – in both writing and art – one page at a time. Using bound copies of the academic journal “Religion and American Culture,” I choose a word or phrase, then draw something related on that page, with the hope that I can find a word or phrase on the next page that I can build a story upon. In other words, I have no idea what’s going to happen next. 

RANDAC 178

June 27, 2015

“attacks”
 

RANDAC is an experiment in creating a narrative – in both writing and art – one page at a time. Using bound copies of the academic journal “Religion and American Culture,” I choose a word or phrase, then draw something related on that page, with the hope that I can find a word or phrase on the next page that I can build a story upon. In other words, I have no idea what’s going to happen next. 

RANDAC 177

June 26, 2015

“extinction”
 

RANDAC is an experiment in creating a narrative – in both writing and art – one page at a time. Using bound copies of the academic journal “Religion and American Culture,” I choose a word or phrase, then draw something related on that page, with the hope that I can find a word or phrase on the next page that I can build a story upon. In other words, I have no idea what’s going to happen next. 

RANDAC 176

June 25, 2015

“tightening its hold”
 

RANDAC is an experiment in creating a narrative – in both writing and art – one page at a time. Using bound copies of the academic journal “Religion and American Culture,” I choose a word or phrase, then draw something related on that page, with the hope that I can find a word or phrase on the next page that I can build a story upon. In other words, I have no idea what’s going to happen next. 

RANDAC 175

June 24, 2015

“knock”
  
RANDAC is an experiment in creating a narrative – in both writing and art – one page at a time. Using bound copies of the academic journal “Religion and American Culture,” I choose a word or phrase, then draw something related on that page, with the hope that I can find a word or phrase on the next page that I can build a story upon. In other words, I have no idea what’s going to happen next. 

RANDAC 174

June 23, 2015

“destabilizing”
 

RANDAC is an experiment in creating a narrative – in both writing and art – one page at a time. Using bound copies of the academic journal “Religion and American Culture,” I choose a word or phrase, then draw something related on that page, with the hope that I can find a word or phrase on the next page that I can build a story upon. In other words, I have no idea what’s going to happen next. 


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