About ShadowWing Tronix

A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

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  1. Sean says:

    Speaking of history, you got a Julius Caesar haircut since the first 2018 Art Soundoff video came out! When choosing to write or draw about the American Revolution, one doesn’t just have to only do research through books, primary sources, articles, and the internet. One can also visit historical societies, historical museums, and historical sites such as Fort Ticonderoga, Mount Independence and Hubbardton Battlefield in the Vermont State Historic Sites system, Saratoga Battlefield (Naitonal Historic Site in upstate New York), and Valley Forge. A writer or artist could also attend any of the numerous Revolutionary War reenactments that happen throughout the year all over the eastern United States (for instance, there’s one happening tomorrow but due to the weather, I won’t be able to see it as originally planned). On another note, there are historical topics besides wars that writers and artists could use in comic books or novels. For instance, somebody could create a comic book about the experiences of a voyageur (canoe man) working for the Hudson’s Bay Company in the 19th century Pacific Northwest. Such a comic book could explore what it was like to work in nature and among a variety of both Native cultures and newcomer cultures. Or another historical comic book without a war could be about a young man in 1977 Brooklyn who likes to disco on the weekends and doesn’t have a solid plan for his future yet….wait that’s already been done!


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