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Author Richard Collins describes in vivid detail how a galaxy can be influenced for Christ. In his book Drawing Raegan and RJ In Space, he helps the reader to better understand how a sister and her younger brother set out to be a huge difference maker within their world. The reader will find the crew of the CSS Faith holding a special ceremony where they acknowledge Jesus Christ and thank Him for His provisions and watchful care over them. They give praise and dedication to God for allowing them to settle the new colony. This is a very fun and exciting book to read and one that deserves to be shared with art students in particular.
Artist and illustrator Robert Stimpson describes in vivid detail as well as shows in a colorful manner how he draws the characters, spaceship, the town, etc. He uses various tools to draw and illustrate this masterful book and shares some of those talents and traits with the reader. This is a very interesting read, especially for one who would like to become, or already is, involved in illustration and drawing. This would be a great book for early art classes within the school room as well as in art classes taught at libraries, seminars, etc. This would be a great source of encouragement for a young illustrator starting out as well as sharing some wonderful insights they maybe able to use for many years of drawing ahead.