Being Arty When You Don't Have the Time: Keeping the Artistic Fires Burning
Interview with Rita Ria
EMG News for September
My Studio, the Dump
September 2009 -- Indian Mythologyby Jennifer Broschinsky
Welcome to the September 2009 issue of EMG-Zine, where we travel to India and explore its intricate mythology.
Full of deities, avatars, ethereal beings, great epics and other worlds, Hindu mythology is grand and fantastical. The stories, full of philosophy, otherworldly beings, and heroic acts, can be good inspiration for the budding fantasy artist or writer. For this month, we visit this land and revel in the exotic.
In this issue, Ursula tells us about her messy studio, Nicole talks about keeping your creative fires burning when your life is crazy, Constanza interviews artist Rita Ria, and Missy gives us a walkthrough of a colored-pencil phoenix. In a guest feature, Jessica Douglas walks us through creating pale skin tone, also in colored pencil, and we have Indian-Mythology-themed poetry, art and comics. Enjoy!
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