ThunderCats

My Inspirations: Thundercats

In the early 1980s I started reading comic books. Well I’ve always been reading them, but in the early 80s I started reading them with a passion. I’m going to talk about those later, but today I’m only making reference to that to highlight how I was introduced to this next inspiration. In the very […]

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Space Ghost

My Inspirations: Space Ghost

So we’re continuing today with a look at the things that influenced me in my early childhood to start drawing and creating characters and worlds and all the cool stuff. We’ve already looked at The Herculoids, Thundarr The Barbarian and Birdman. Today we’re going to look at another pioneer in Saturday morning cartoon frontier. Another […]

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My Inspirations: Birdman

For some of our younger readers, these early inspirations may seem ancient and a bit corny, and they just might be. However, I believe one can still appreciate the enormous level of creativity demonstrated in these early works and recognize that they were the pioneers of much of what we look at today. Also, as […]

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Thundarr The Barbarian

My Inspirations: Thundarr The Barbarian

For this entire week we’ll be highlighting the things that have been an inspiration for the Celflux project from the very beginning. Yesterday we took a look at The Herculoids, today we’re going to look at another cartoon from my early days that was a huge influence on me as a creator. A show that […]

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The Hurculoids

My Inspirations: HERCULOIDS

We’re kicking off a week-long event for our Celflux Book Launch (Google+) & (Facebook). During this week we’ll be sharing some content that we hope will make our readers get more connected with Celflux as we are. We hope that they will make Celflux a part of them, as it is a part of us.

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Celflux Book Launch Event

We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be having a book launch sale event on November 29th to December 6st, 2014.┬áThis event is to celebrate the release of the print version of Celflux Vol. I, Issue No. 1. The book will be available from DriveThru Comics and will be a soft cover, premium color gloss finish […]

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A Sense of Accomplishment

It’s a good idea to set your long term goals high, and to aim high in general. It’s not a good idea though to base your sense of fulfilment or accomplishment on these goals. It’s wisdom to find fulfilment in the little things in life. The things ordinarily overlooked by everyone else. It’s even more […]

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Sacrificing Speed on The Altar of Quality

I heard a story, well more of an urban legend, about Sting once. No not the wrestler, but the legendary recording artist. The guy who sang such memorable tracks as Englishman in New York. The story goes that Sting in the recording of one of his albums at his home studio, had several musicians employed […]

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Being Your Own Worst Critic

As a creator, you will always get feedback. Some of it you will ask for, and some of it will be unsolicited. You will have to learn to filter the feedback to determine; who really wants to be helpful with constructive criticism, who’s just trying to be destructively critical, and who is just being a […]

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