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Liam Scheff’s drawings, digital painting. I’m working my skills back into shape after years of being away from my first loves – drawing, painting, sculpture.  Working on a comic strip (web) and graphic novel (print) in the near future.

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Liam Scheff


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  1. Liam – I believe that your art, some of it, belongs on paintings on a wall. Your “ghoul”, girlfriend series, and bubbles gave me pause. I love the one with the man and the white fireball emanating from his hand in the red background.

    That particular one (the man with the red background, looking like a superhero) as last mentioned above is *outstanding!!!* I can see that as the opening of a comic book on the front page…

    What software do you use? I am an artist and the effects in the art really is amazing.

    I was searching for something to refer people to, because no one believes me when I tell them that Child Protective Services sucks and is evil. Now I can say they (up North) have tortured kids with Nazi tactics and medical experiments. I had nightmares about this crap as a kid from reading all the WWII books, now I find out it’s real in America 😦

    Anyway – keep up the good fight against vaccines and the AIDS crap. My uncles Jay and David died of liver and kidney problems, while with AIDS. I remember the cluster of pills on a small stand in his house, and never will forget how skinny and sick he was – we were there to be there for his death, and sure enough, he died the very next day. I never liked cooked chicken – ever – except when Jay made it that one day, it was heaven on a bone. I never ate enough food EVER, but on that day I ate 8 chicken legs.

    So why is this personal anecdote worth anything?

    I think I now know exactly why my uncles died. It bothered me for *years,* that something just wasn’t right. Could never put my finger on it. Always – that medicine on the stand in kitchen. That image stuck in my head for *years.* It was almost like someone was trying to tell me something. Now I understand. It all clicks together, like a puzzle.

    And this was in the early ’90s.


    I will be referring your site on my FaceBook and my blog.

    Amy Barnes (.info)
    Avon Lady, hoping to finish for my Accounting degree.

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