Monday, December 14, 2009

Emmaus Center advertisement goodness!

Here's a poster and flyers I did for the Emmaus Center, an on-campus Baptist Church where I volunteer. These were fun to do! Its funny now, because at the time the concept was just for fun, something to catch a students eye as they pass millions of other crappy flyers in the hallway; but, yesterday, in a separate church I attend, the pastor made a reference to astronauts being protected by space suits the way that the understanding of the word of God protects us from sin. I suppose God is using me to make sermon illustrations!

I think blogger has something against me posting the astronaut image right-side-up, because I have tried every way I can think of, and it's not working. So, if you want to see its full glory, save the image to your computer, open it in whatever image-viewing program you have, and rotate it. I'll give you 10 extra Santa "good deed" points if you do that. Redeem them for cash prizes from Santa, the pagan deity.

Basically, I wanted to draw a bus in the woods. I think it worked out, hehe. I had to shrink the image using a very tedious process at the photo copy shop though. I was scolded multiple times by the lovely copy-shop women for my unfamiliarity with their archaic scanning machines. Good times.


  1. yeah, its almost was a short bus! but then I caught myself. "OOh, better not."