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Bill The Bard
Bill The Bard
By Robert Denton and Rowdy Rhodes
December, 2007, 04:20

In an effort to expand his knowledge of cartooning, graphics, and animation, Rob Denton has taken a temporary leave of absence for the next few months and has enrolled in school. His return to IN will mark a new era for Bill The Bard. Meanwhile, we offer you the opportunity to sit back, relax for a moment, stare at the above, and think. Inspiration will come your way if you spend some quiet time to open your mind and let your thoughts flow freely.

Best of luck in your educational endeavour, Rob, and if you need anything, don't hesitate to contact us.

Bye for now,
Julie and Rowdy

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Robert Denton is a self taught cartoonist, caricaturist, illustrator and writer. He has been experimenting with combining various forms of media. Denton has a neuromuscular condition that affects his arms and legs. He has very limited use of his hands, yet is able to produce drawings without feeling his pen in his fingers.

Rowdy Rhodes is the Site Manager of The Freelance Writing Organization International and General Manager of Inkwell Newswatch (IN). He also freelances articles when the fancy strikes him. If you are looking for written content for your website, ezine, or print publication, drop him a line at and he'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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