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I’m going to be recording more interviews for the podcast over the next couple of weeks

Times are Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2pm central time. And it’s open to everyone who wants to sign up!

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Podcast scheduling.

I never think people will sign up. But I get to meet so many interesting people and artists I didn't know before!

I'm scheduling interviews Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2pm central time on my Facebook page https://fb.com/book/tomrayswebsite/

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How I draw my daily webcomic on my website

I go over the process for how I draw my daily webcomic I post on my website. I've been drawing this comic for about 4 years now . It's a diary comic called "Then This Happened..." I think of something that happens to me each day and I try to express it in four panels. No punchlines, just a slice of life from my day. Related link - Collected books of my webcomic from the past three years are available now on Amazon in eBook and paperback! In the video, I show how I use the program Medibang Paint which has a feature to create the panels automatically. Then I write out the text for each panel and the drawing settings I have been using on my  Samsung Galaxy Tab A with S Pen . The story that I draw about in this video deals with a problem I've been having with an online distributor that has been claiming songs as theirs by my band Lorenzo's Music which I feel like that happens a lot! You can check out the finished comic on the website here ! 

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I hate doing it and I love doing it. It's so strange. If you would like to be on the podcast you can book a time on my Facebook page. Scroll through the calendar and find a date on Tuesdays, Thursdays or Sundays at 2pm (central time) https://fb.com/book/tomrayswebsite

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I don't know why they freak me out so much.

Artwork for the original Candy Land game by Milton Bradley from 1955.

I have a vintage Candy Land game from 1955 by Milton Bradley and I was about to sell it so I thought I would add it to my personal art history course concept I've been doing . I'm going to try and see if I can find out how this game was created, designed and why? Here is what I found out about this game https://candy-land.fandom.com/wiki/Candy_Land_Wiki Candy Land is a board game about children exploring a world made out of candy and other sweets that originally came out in 1949. In every version of the game, there are a group of children that go through Candy Land. In the earliest versions of the game, it was a realistically drawn boy and girl. Drawing of the Candy Land kids I did on my phone ☝ https://board-games-galore.fandom.com/wiki/Candy_Land The game was designed in 1948 by Eleanor Abbott , while she was recovering from polio in San Diego, California. It's rumored that Eleanor also did the original artwork but I didn't find anything that