The soft whisper of shoes on concrete. A whistle of wind, the sounds of my breathing, faster than it should have been. It was dark, but my eyes were adjusted, and I could see like a cat. I could see lights ahead, and hear the sound of guards chatting idly. Thump. I vaulted the fence … Continue reading Multitasking by Sarah Oas
Morning is nearing! The sun peeking out over the corn fields light not yet blinding but a picturesque tangerine grapefruit juice spilling onto the dawn. The brisk breeze caressing, its touch brings goosebumps shivers of delight. Its freshness clears the spoiled air yesterday left behind. Grace Bollhagen is a sophomore at Bethany and … Continue reading Lately, I’ve Been Biting Instead of Licking My Ice Cream by Grace Bollhagen
Joseph Kinstler is best known for his striking imagery and ability to convey an idea quickly. He is an Illustrator/Graphic Artist and Concept Designer currently living in the Midwest. If you want to keep an eye on any of his work, he posts regularly on Instagram and Facebook.
It seems like one of the most-often-given critiques of writing is that the reader “just wasn’t there.” It can be hard to give a clear setting. Sometimes, the image is there in your head and just won’t translate into words on a page. Here are a few tips that will help you to spice up … Continue reading 8 Ways to Spice Up Setting by Kristina Carpenter
Made using Corel Painter. Karee Henrich is a sophomore Graphic Design Major with a minor in Studio Art- emphasizing in Ceramics. For her digital work, Karee often uses Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop as well as Corel Painter. With a love for Jesus, nature, and terrible puns- she is looking forward to whatever opportunities life throws … Continue reading August by Karee Henrich
Made using Photoshop. Cora Mumme is a Studio Art Major with an emphasis in both Graphic Design and Media Studies. She primarily works with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, Final Cut and Corel Painter. She spent her spring break in Italy with the art department touring Venice, Florence, Rome, and Pompeii. Cora has also worked with storyboarding … Continue reading Play Baseball by Cora Mumme
“Right this way, Mister Braune. Lord Lucifer will see you now.” I looked up from the outdated copy of People magazine I had been perusing to meet the smouldering sockets of the scaley receptionist sitting behind the large, lacquered desk. His weird tongue kept flitting in and out of his mouth as he gazed steadily … Continue reading Out of the Frying Pan by David Roemhildt