|From The Editor
This month Woodworks took part in some investigative reporting. That's right, we went to Harry Potter release parties, rubbed elbows with artists at AnimeExpo, and partied down at CONvergence. All for you, dear reader! Don't you see how much we suffer and toil for you?
Our Woodworks team has created a variety of buttons and banners for those of you who wish to link to us via your homepage. Check them out at our About page.
Also, we have officially set up our Donations page. Woodworks is not run from the Elfwood servers, and we need help with the cost of upkeep, among other things. Besides, you get a spiffy badge!
Tip of the Month
If you find yourself getting bored with your artwork, don't give up, just try something different. Try working with a new medium, have a go at a new style, look through some online galleries and see what interests you, study the old masters, collaborate on a piece with a fellow artist. Nearly all artists experience creative block but it's not necessarily a bad thing.. think of it as an opportunity to learn something new and have fun!
- Submitted by Harmony Steel
New eZine Emerges
On July 1st, 2003, the first edition of Sword & Ink has been put online.
Sword & Ink is an international magazine on the internet, made by and for Larpers and everybody who has a connection to roleplay. It is made in the few free hours next to the normal life by eight Larpers. Running catagories are, amongst others, ""Do It Yourself Corner" "Larp Picture of the Month" "Hobbit Recipes" and "Your Story". Sword & Ink furthermore features comics, columns and articles.
Read Sword & Ink on http://swordandink.mine.nu/
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