To me, this is the heart of illustration– to tell a story; to make a story more clear and understandable by the use of images.

My fear, and my frustration, is always that I haven’t served the story well enough with my illustrations. This sometimes happens when I have to rush to meet a very short deadline.

Jesus told parables- stories- so that those who chose to listen to his stories would ask, “…why is He saying that? what does it mean?”

The ultimate answer to all of our questions is I AM– the story the Eternal told Moses. “You shall know this day and place it in your heart that the Eternal is God in heaven above and on earth below; ain od.” [Deuteronomy 4:39]

“ain od- a Hebrew expression in this verse meaning there is nothing else.” [Dr. Gerald Schroeder, The Hidden Face of God]

I believe that one of our purposes here on earth is to share our stories with others; to build stories with others; to pass on our stories to those that follow us.

Blessings, Marty

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6 Responses to “Storytelling…”

  1. thiskidreviewsbooks Says:

    The picture is awesome!


  2. mjarts Says:

    Thanks! It was created for a cable commercial for the book being read, “Moby’s Tale”


  3. Natalie Longman Putulonase Says:

    We ended up using an illustration of their dog, Angel, and creating a cool linked initial icon at the bottom.


  4. Isaiah Donaldson Tahorudo Says:

    Monday I had an appointment with my neurology oncologist, he is in charge of helping me with my nerve pain and neuropathy.


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