|02 February 2007||#61|
Lord of the postsportfolio
Zupi International Magazine
Sao Paulo, Brazil
The image: is great and powerful communicating it's message.
And the subject... oh my... hey friend, I'm forwarding this link to hundreds of people here in next minutes. It's such a small time we take to fill up that form and such an inconceivable help effect.
CGTalk is always a place where we artists come and learn a lot, help each other, it's very 'family like', and specially you who helped the whole community so many times, we all know you around the world, why should anyone bother with your call for help?
All of us are 'flesh blood and emotion' people, some 'off-topic' subjects would bore a lot of people but this one cannot bore or be ignored, and as well you did another great image as usual.
Me and my friends here in Brazil , and from other countries as well, will do whatever necessary .
About using the image to help other people or make them aware, you be sure it will !
My best wishes for you and huge "Brazilian style" warm hugs to you, keep up strong man !
|02 February 2007||#62|
On the run!
Graphic designer extraordinaire
Join Date: Feb 2002
Before I read the tekst I could already see this was something more then 'just another drawing'... verry well done, but unfortianatly it has a sad story behind it.
I really hope you will receive lots of support and be able to get good help for your child.
|02 February 2007||#65|
Join Date: Jan 2003
That's horrible - not being able to show emotion and communicate.
I did some reading about it, because the subject seems familiar to me. That's terrible. I feel for him. I think he is a brave soul to take such a life journey.
I understand a bit about being mentally trapped. I've been feeling trapped for about a year now, but not to the degree of your son. I'm glad your bringing forth information of the 'different' type. Men are so caught to the norm and only want to see the norm, they dismiss everything that is different to them. For me, I've been trapped psychicly, and it's been very hard on me. I feel almost hopeless, and negative, and so helpless. And their is no aid for people suffering from the affects of psychic attack. I can imagine how your son feels.
And psychic powers, are something that many people dismiss, even though I find most people have it enough to sense the feelings of another person. So even though it's many people's birthright, many people strangely keep it hush-hush. And it seems they want to totally dismiss it all together. I'm still really puzzled by it.
New information that describes our vast universe, can finally break mindframes out of the norm, and I think can help people to open their eyes and minds, and understand it more. Autism and other horrors of the world, are not being seen because people are too secluded and cut off to see a greater truth, of a world bigger than theirs. Our children is one of our worries added to what's being secretly done to society now. I think your doing a great job of bringing information forward.
I sent them an email. Hey, good luck Glen. God Bless your son, and you.
|02 February 2007||#67|
This piece helps take quick the news blip on rising rate of autism to a personal level.
My Mom worked with a lot of autistic children (as a teacher with a special ed. focus) and the advances that were made in treatment, and just raw understanding of the disorder, during her career were impressive. How expensive those treatments are (in both Canada and the US) is painful when it can be a fundamental change to their quality of life, and it starts in their formative years. Best of luck to your son and to your family in dealing with the pressures that this brings.
|02 February 2007||#68|
Lord of the fliesportfolio
Join Date: Dec 2004
I hope for the best for you and yours Glen,
you are an inspirational person and artist. I have Sent my message to the Wisconsin Govener
I do hope that a collective voice will bode well for you in the future and I support your actions here
best of luck!
|02 February 2007||#69|
Join Date: Mar 2005
Glenn, one incredibly fine illustration. As for the subject matter, well, it cries out your feelings in the passion of your craft. I wish you the best with your son, may the days be more sunshine than rain. My prayers are with you!
Five stars...one damn fine piece of illustration!
|03 March 2007||#71|
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Lou Ann Ephraim
Advertising & Marketing Services
Castries, Saint Lucia
Join Date: Feb 2005
Well I hope this does not sound offensive or out of plain sheer ignorance but...I've heard of autism...I've looked at documentary about the children...but still I haven't really grasp what it really is...
Your work has gotten me very very curious so .... I googled about it.
Children with autism look pretty normal to me...
But...like ANY disorder...it can be very...very frustrating.
Let me see what I can do ... as a non-citizen of America would do...I'll go on your sites.
I hope he's a miracle child...that he would find a way to use this mental disorder as a gift instead of just another form of suffering without any meaning...
All the best....
|03 March 2007||#72|
Sacha Angel Diener
Character Development & Digital Painter, FantasyFlight Games
First of all, this was the most touching post i yet have seen in this community. It is very hard for me to find the right words now, but know I am feeling with you and your familly and wish you all the best for all goes well for you and your family.
I think an email from me does not change much but it was the least i could do, it's sent.
best wishes, best of luck, strength and courage
|03 March 2007||#73|
Join Date: Dec 2004
I couldn't agree more with TheFirstAngel.
Very touching to see someone expressing his feelings trough his art with a background like this. Sorry my english isn't the best, I hope you understand what I am trying to say.
I wish you and your son all the luck in the world on your journey.
keep up the good work
Working jobs we hate to buy shit we don't need ~ Tyler Durden
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