By Lisa Shumate
Guidance for Young Adults
There are more than 45 million men and women in their 20’s, trying to figure out this important phase of their lives. Striking out on their own for the first time, they face a period of self-discovery and self-doubt. In “Always and Never,” Lisa Shumate shares timeless advice that will always matter.
Practicing these 20 truths will build a strong foundation for the future, and set a high standard for your life and relationships. This book and companion journal will help guide, inform, and inspire you to realize your dreams and potential.
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With such a playful, engrossing and witty art style, only a playful witty and engrossing story could match. Both hero comic book series have exactly that. The two have that unique beauty and quality to them that makes them both wonderful standalone series fans of all ages can and do easily enjoy. The stories have a wonderful "Golden Age" feel while the art has a stunning modern CGI beauty that's constantly changing as the artist improves and learns new techniques.
Then there's the charming "chibi" characters rendered in Photoshop. These hand-drawn characters with their over-the-top emotions provide a humorous contrast to the CGI rendering that brings them out even more. Against the highly realistic CGI, the Photoshop-painted characters with the extreme emotions pop out even more than if they were against a hand-drawn scene. Not only do they look silly by themselves, but they're hilariously out of place against the CGI despite being perfectly timed within the story that they're set off perfectly for maximum effect.
For a hero comic book series to have such wonderful humor and contrast is growing less and less common as the medium becomes less and less for kids. Having two series designed for kids with such playful humor and contrast makes them both a lot of fun to work on. Hero Comic Book