First Endangered Species Superheroes Video is Up on YouTube

Our first video is now up on YouTube!  Yes, it’s a day early, technically, but I wanted to be sure everything uploaded correctly and was working smoothly before my self-imposed deadline.  Mission accomplished! Wahoo!!!! Click here to watch the Endangered Species Superheroes’ first video.   I hope you enjoy it and that you will come back weekly to see our next video. My plan is to post every Friday.  I’ll let you know if that plan changes. Thanks, friends.  Now I need to go work on some graphic novel pages.  See you next time. Peace, love, and rhinos,...

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A Sloth, A Marine Iguana, A Tapir and a Rhino Walk Into YouTube

So, this week the gang and I are launching our first YouTube video! We’ve never done this before, so this is new and exciting and a tad-bit nerve-wracking.  The first video is supposed to be about – no, I won’t tell you here. Just go and watch it, OK? That would be awesome! I don’t even have a link to share quite yet, but I suspect if you do a search on “Endangered Species Superheroes” you will find it! In the first few videos I experiment with different styles because I am not sure what people will most enjoy seeing.  I plan on blending some day-to-day...

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Welcome from Dakota

Welcome! I’m Dakota – writer, artist, mom, wife, lover of dogs, cats, geckos, sloths – well – all animals, really. Even slugs.  Much of my childhood was spent playing with a family of stuffed chimpanzees, and dressing up pretending that I was one, too.  As an adult, I managed dressing as a human being, being responsible, holding down office jobs of varying responsibility and importance, even going to law school and passing the bar, but rarely did I get to utilize my creativity or artistic skills. Then, one day, Fluffy, the Sumatran rhino pictured above, insisted on...

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How to Be Creative – First Be Terrible

We are all creative Have you ever been scanning through social media posts,  seen someone’s latest photo of home décor or a practical solution to an everyday problem, and thought, “Wow, she’s so creative! I wish I could do that!” ? I think most of us have.  The good news is, for the most part, you really can do that.  Maybe not in the exact same way, or with the same artistic flair, but in style that is uniquely your own.  We all have the capacity to be creative. The challenging part is tapping into that capacity and letting it flow.  Where  do we even start? As kids,...

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