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Shadow Mapping


Francis Vallejo

Hello everyone! My name is Francis and I'm an illustrator and educator based in wonderful Detroit, Michigan USA. This is my first post. I've been an avid reader of this blog since the early days and consider it a primary resource for illustrative knowledge. I'm honored to contribute. Ok, I'm done gushing. Time to share! So let's talk about my favorite approach to figure drawing and how it has informed my approach to rendering form…

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Watch the Stage Play of Above the Timberline!


Gregory Manchess

January 26, 2022 - As promised to all the Muddy readers, here’s the link to the stage play production of Above the Timberline! The production went on to become a regional finalist in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. After winning awards of merit for Costume Design, Media Design, Assistant Media Design and Program Coordination, Timberline is now a finalist to be viewed at the National Level. As one theater-goer exclaimed, "It's not just a play, it's an event!" Seeing your characters come to life on stage, in costume and expressing the body language and idiosyncrasies of people that had only previously lived in your head is something magical to behold. Then putting all of them in a world that you can actually hear, adds another layer of astonishment. The crew, the cast, the costumers, the puppeteers, the director…everyone…

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