March 4, 2011

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

RANDAC 101

April 11, 2015

“departure”
  
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 100

April 10, 2015

“dress”
  
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 099

April 9, 2015

“forrest”
  
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 098

April 8, 2015

“race”
  
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 097

April 7, 2015

“impact”
  
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 096

April 6, 2015

“direct connection”

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 095

April 5, 2015

“facing”

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 094

April 4, 2015

“surprise”

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 093

April 3, 2015

“pie-in-the-sky”

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 092

April 2, 2015

“movement”

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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