ladydelaluna - thank you very much for the advice. I do appreciate feedback such as yours.
One of the reasons that the site does not have a completely consistent look is that, while I am lerning certain things quickly, there are other things that I have little or no experience with yet.
Navigation, for example; I originally had pages opening up into a frame under the nav buttons. However, when I implemented the drop down menu for the news section, it would not render below the navigation frame. I did not know how else to solve this problem and I don't know of another method to have everything open onto one page under my main banner, without reloading the hole main banner with nav section with each time a visitor accesses a differant part of the site. (So if anyone out there wants to walk me through how to set that up, that would be fantastic! ;) )
I also wanted to give each page of the News section a slightly different look; something that would reflect the tone of the project, with each production diary having something to link it back to the main visual theme, but not overwhelm the individual project theme. I was thinking that the organization of the sidebar would be a themeatic link between News pages, along with a mini banner composed of the Eternal Sky logo in far left 15% - 25% of the project sub-banner.
Bonegrinder, for instance, is a horror novella that a friend of mine write with a Southwestern American flavor and featuring a Native American deity as the "monster" of the novel. So, I will create (actually hack) a theme and use colors of the desert against the black border/background, with some touches of red from blood spilled in the novel and the banner will consist of a rock carving of the deity with maybe a canyon or sand dunes and the Eternal Sky mini logo on the left side.
Btw, I really do like the balck background/border that i use. it is rare and rather easy on my eyes, so that much I'm going to work on keeping. ;)
In terms of what I wanted from the forum peeps ... well anything really. *LOL* I just saw this section for putting up your own themes and figured I'd put my site on here and let people know about using multiple themes with multiple blogs and then sit back and listen to what people had to say. So you have nothing to be sorry about ladydeluna. I truly appreciate what your saying, I just don't know how to seemlessly intergate everything ... yet. (Plus I wanted folks to watch my movie and gimme some feedback :D )