Author Archives: tsiuda

About tsiuda

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100 Gods of Egypt Kickstarter live!

This afternoon, my latest project for Kickstarter went live: a Make 100 series project called “100 Gods of Egypt.” You can check it out for yourself here! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tsiuda/100-gods-of-egypt-make-100 Please help me spread the word!

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(Winter of?) Discontent

I am not content. I look at this blog and I want to update it. I want to update the website, too. I want to get new photographs and collect more information to put here and post more often and … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Thinking

It’s pouring rain. I missed this sound this summer more than I realized, if my reaction is any indication. The scent of wet leaves and earth, the sound of the runoff from the roof and the pattering on the window … Continue reading

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Renewal

For most, July is the “middle” of the year, when things slow down and get lazy, the heat of the summer (or the cold of the winter, if you’re in the other hemisphere) starts getting to you, and thoughts turn … Continue reading

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Patrons wanted – help grow my work!

With the advice and help of some friends, I am now listed on Patreon as a content creator. If you’re unfamiliar, Patreon is sort of the digital equivalent of the fan clubs people my age and older were part of … Continue reading

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