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How Do You Feel?


Vanessa Lemen

In some different conversations recently, I’ve been talking with friends about what we’re working on and what to create when we’re feeling all kinds of different feelings and not really knowing how to express those feelings. The first thing I personally tend to gravitate towards is to get out of my head about those things and allow myself to feel them in the art-making itself. I like to use a creative session to purge and…

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YESTERDAY’S POST


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Frazetta Girls YouTube Channel


Arnie Fenner

July 15, 2024 - For over a decade Sara Frazetta—one of Frank's and Ellie's granddaughters—and her partner Joe Weber have been tirelessly preserving and promoting the Frazetta legacy with a whole host of products, blog posts, art exhibits, convention appearances, and now a FrazettaGirls YouTube channel where she charmingly and enthusiastically shares some history about her grandpa with fans. Here are a few examples: [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCU8AVzHEnQ[/embed] [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ib4Zftouqys[/embed] [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQMe1jEWmZY[/embed] Sara and Joe are also working on a batch of new books, including The Frank Frazetta Poster Book Series 1, which they've just announced and are currently taking pre-orders for at the FrazettaGirls website. If you think you already know everything there is to know about Frank and Ellie or that you have seen all of Frank's artwork, guess again: a lot of Frazetta excitement is in the works. I can hardly wait!

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