Hello all you Panic-lovers out there.
Well… a few you have wondered what is the go with all the Jesus inspired Panics of late so now is the time to let you know the deal! 🙂
Around six months ago I began to question my long-held beliefs of “non-belief”. I had come to a dead-end in my atheistic, reductionist way of thinking and found something I had always been looking for in Christ. Believe me, it was a very confronting and uneasy time for me seeing I had all but discounted religion (and especially Christianity) as being a bunch of non-sense! But though many days and nights of reflection, study, YouTubing, Interwebbing and the like, what I had always been looking for was to be found (for me) in the Gospels.
For those who know me, I am not one to accept anything on word alone but in Christ I have found Truth… and now to introduce the new chapter in my illustrative life… A Creative Ministry. A place where I minister to the world through illustration and word. If you have any interest in the Good News or just like some sweet illustrative goodness, I would love for you to follow.
This doesn’t mean the end of the Creative Panic… I will still be posting illustrative goodness to this blog, but of a secular variety and all my “Jesus stuff” will be heading to http://www.acreativeministry.com
Thank you to all of you who continue to follow thecreativepanic.com!
Much love and God bless!
I’m currently nurturing a sweet Mo for Movember… check out my MoSpace page here and feel free to donate a dollar or two to a great cause which is Men’s Health! YAAAAAY!
One plus of waking up at 3.30am is I have more time to draw! 🙂
In traditional depictions, such as paintings, evangelist portraits and church mosaics, St. Luke is often accompanied by an ox or bull, usually having wings.
Here are the other evangelists I have drawn so far… Matthew to go and then I’ll pop them in a limited edition print. Stay tuned!