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The Virtual Illustration Academy


Arnie Fenner

Above: Art by Jon Foster Playing Captain Obvious for a moment, the coronavirus pandemic is causing all sorts changes in our lives; some most certainly will be short-termed but others could very well become a new standard for work, retail, travel, entertainment, and education (along with, well, maybe everything else). It doesn't take a crystal ball to predict that today's crisis will be felt in various ways for sometime to come; likewise, not all change…

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You’re Invited to the Spectrum 27 Awards Ceremony!


Arnie Fenner

March 28, 2020 - Many know that the awards ceremony for Spectrum 27: The Best in Contemporary Fantasy Art was supposed to take place in Kansas City March 20 during Planet Comicon, but COVID-19 turned everything topsy-turvy and everything was cancelled or postponed or shutdown as the world began battling the pandemic. With shelter-in-place and social-distancing the rule for, well, maybe the next month (at least), it seemed that the awards and honoring the nominees and recipients was going to be limited to a press release and some notices on social media. "Not so fast!" said Lauren Panepinto, Marc Scheff, and Dan dos Santos. "We've got the know-how! We've got a trunk full of costumes! We've got a virtual barn out back: let's put on a show!" Faster than a jackrabbit on a date, this trio of superheroes coordinated…

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