While I spent much time writing project controls and risk-based management books, illustrating and developing this book for children gives…
Children’s books just in time for Christmas are a nice gift for children of reading age. Grace, The Guardian Angel is a simple but powerful children’s story about patience, faith, hope, love, and kindness.
Eva, my eldest granddaughter, inspired the character Grace through one of her drawings. She was six years old when she designed Grace. Mia, Eva’s younger sister, created the Mom in the story. Their initial idea gave me the energy to write, illustrate, and publish this book. I hope kids all over the world will like Grace. This book is a collaboration between grandkids and their Lolo (grandfather).
While I spent much time writing project controls and risk-based management books, illustrating and developing this book for children gives me a distinct feeling of satisfaction. Well, after all, developing and publishing a book is still project management. Both the Kindle E-book and Paperback are now live in the Amazon store. Please share the links provided in the article with friends and people you know.
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Easter, also called Resurrection Day and Pascha, is a Christian holiday celebrating Jesus Christ returning from the dead. Christians believe that it is the holiest day in the year. Some people who are not Christians celebrate it also as a cultural holiday.
The resurrection made people believe that Jesus was the powerful Son of God. It is also spoken of as proof that God will judge the world fairly. Christians believe that God has given Christians “a new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead”, through faith in God they are spiritually made alive with Jesus so that they may lead a new life. Source: Wikipedia, 2020.
Funny word’s play comic illustration using root crops (Lamang-Ugat in Filipino vernacular) as character. Entertains ideas as to where some particular seemingly pure local words came from. Learn the Filipino language by correlation.
Let us pray together for world-wide physical and spiritual healing! In the Gregorian calendar, New Year’s Eve, also known as…
A brief demonstration on how Upanog used Adobe Sketch to draw using an existing drawing as template. He showed that one can create an original sketch although the drawing was inspired by another illustration. If you are a beginner, you can try it yourself. It will help you practice your arts in a big way! Let us know what happen. Good luck!
11 Then I saw a second beast, coming out of the earth. It had two horns like a lamb, but it spoke like a dragon. 12 It exercised all the authority of the first beast on its behalf, and made the earth and its inhabitants worship the first beast, whose fatal wound had been healed. 13 And it performed great signs, even causing fire to come down from heaven to the earth in full view of the people.
IN REAL-LIFE COMICAL ILLUSTRATIONS
Special article for Filipinos written in their vernacular.
Nilikha at Iginuhit ni RUFRAN C. FRAGO
Ang salitang Osidabulyu ay galing sa daglat ng salitang Englis na “Overseas Contract Workers.” Ito ang termino na unang ginamit ng Pamahalaang Pilipinas sa mga Pinoy na nagtatrabaho sa ibang bansa sa ilalim ng isang lehitimong kontrata.
Pagkalipas ng ilang panahon, ginamit na rin itong pantawag sa lahat ng Pilipinong nagtatrabaho sa ibang bansa maski na ang mga ito ay mga puslit at mga nasa kategoryang T&T o tagu ng tago. Ngayon, ang OCW ay napalitan ng OFW (Overseas Foreign Workers).