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Sunday, 23 November 2014

Batman says "Have a great week" ... my Batman fan art.

Hey there!  Just thought I'd share some Batman fan art I finished, and wish you a great week at the same time. - Daniel :-P

Batman fan art by Daniel Grant Newton

Thursday, 13 November 2014

Freaky Freaky Fridays Episode #9: The Y Team

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Happy Friday, 

A new web comic episode for you today. Hooray! And this is a particularly freaky-awesome.

Enjoy,

Daniel :-)





















































































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Note: Once I climbed a giant mountain. It was so high its peak was hidden in the clouds all year 'round. It was a secret mountain not marked on any map. Not even on the tattooed back of a cyclops. Okay, I lied. I flew on the hide of an Elephant Candle Rook to reach the top. And when I reached the top of the mountain I met an ancient green man who was blind and played the mandolin. Or maybe it was the ukulele. I'm not sure. But he had fasted for 100 years to gain wisdom and lose a few pounds. And this green mandolin/uke playing sage said to me that a good story is worth sharing. At the time I did not know what he meant. But now I do. He wanted me to pass that onto you. He wanted me to tell you that if you enjoyed this last episode, post it on Facebook or Twitter or email it to a friend, just like they did in the time of the ancients. Stories have been passed down ever since the beginning of time (through social media and smoke signals), so tell them to continue this tradition, he croaked, before then dying of starvation. Okay, that is all I had to note. Do not heed the ancient green man at your own peril.

Sunday, 9 November 2014

'After the storm comes the sunshine' painting by Daniel Grant Newton

'After the storm comes the sunshine' painting by Daniel Grant Newton
















Hey you! :-) Thought I'd share a painting I recently finished. 

I've been feeling the storm clouds of life over the last few weeks, but I know that things will get better and the sunshine will return, and so that was part of the inspiration for this painting ... the other BIGGER part was the charity I am donating the profits toward.

The charity - M-YES (Multicultural Youth Empowerment Strategy: http://www.m-yes.org) - matches youth from disadvantaged backgrounds with mentors who can give them the support and belief to achieve their desires and find their sunshine.

If you would like to buy the painting, or find out more about the organisation, please visit their website: http://www.m-yes.org

And I wish you a sunny week! :-)