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TODAY'S FEATURED POST

Coming Soon: Donato Drawing


Muddy Colors

On Saturday, October 27th, we will be releasing this month's Patreon Video, 'Donato Drawing'. In this demo, Donato is interview by his Daughter, Cecilia Giancola, and will answer reader supplied questions while he sketches out a new drawing. Catch a voyueristic glance into Donato's work methods and thought process, as he draws in real-time, exactly the way he does for a normal job, in this honest and informal interview. Starting Saturday, October 27th, this video…

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YESTERDAY’S POST


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Spectrum 26 Opens For Entries


Arnie Fenner

October 15, 2018 - Above: The Spectrum 26 Call For Entries poster by Tyler Jacobson. It's official: the 26th Spectrum competition is now officially open for entries. This year's esteemed jury will be Kei Acedera, Wesley Burt, Bobby Chiu, Edward Kinsella III, Colin Poole, and Kristine Poole. There will be a few changes this year so I encourage everyone to go to the official website via this link for details. Deadline for entries is January 24, 2019. Why does Spectrum—or making it into Spectrum—matter? Well, I've talked about that—the history, the ground it's broken, the opportunities it offers, the benefits to the community—here on Muddy Colors in the past and, rather than repeat myself, suggest hitting this link for my perspective. And the Spectrum Awards (and any other awards, really)? Though I know that there are others who don't…

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