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Edition #9

Welcome to edition #9 of OnVoiceOver. We present another three articles, showcasing the work of Australian Creatives for your reading enjoyment.

Listen to the music

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I often put music on when faced with a difficult or tedious task, or just need a little motivation or inspiration while working. I should have thought more about the big picture though, and allowed music to inspire some career direction, which was the case for Brisbane artist Andre Piguet…

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Comic Adaptation

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“Life is lived in the everyday”, or so the saying goes. It was that sort of thinking that inspired Sydney comic artist, Matthew Huynh, in his work for a recent exhibition and book launch. Matt tells us about how he became a comic artist, as well as offering some insights into the Australian comic scene…

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Second Life

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What are people really thinking? Do you think you know the thoughts of someone you have been close to for years? I mean really know? Everyone has a “hidden life” though, a world of thoughts that we seldom reveal to any one person. The global internet audience can be an exception though…

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Previously…

Care to read some more? Why not check out an article from a previous edition…

Your Space or Mine?

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Anybody who’s anyone is a member, and with over 100 million users you’re uncool if you’re not in the club (I’d better sign up). In case you haven’t guessed, we’re talking about MySpace. But how do you stand out, and mix it with the cool? We consult Sydney MySpace guru John Pospisil…

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