i’d read shoujos more, if there was more jokes about farts!
Khaleesi doodle. (Taken with instagram)
doodle notes taken during the panels of Comics: Philosophy and Practice at the University of Chicago - speakers: Lynda Barry, Ivan Brunetti, Alison Bechdel, Charles Burns, Daniel Clowes, R. Crumb, Phoebe Gloeckner, Justin Green, Ben Katchor, Aline Kominsky-Crumb, Francoise Mouly, Gary Panter, Joe Sacco, Seth, Art Spiegelman, Carol Tyler, and Chris Ware.
A moment of shameless self-promotion, if I may.
I’m currently running a campaign over on Indiegogo to raise money to fund the second episode of my webcomic, The Super-Gay Adventures of Ross Boston. Donations are super-rad, but if you can’t give any money, sharing the link on twitter or facebook or wherever (or simply reblogging this) is much appreciated!
This started out as a warmup sketch and then, an hour and a half later, became this. A promo image for Episode 2, I guess. Enjoy!
Hey Moon, nice palette.
Moon’s palette focuses on yellow, blue, white and black. Mainly this film takes place inside of a station that is cold and desolate, but it is extremely inclusive and careful with the use of a canary yellow color throughout each shot. No matter how small the inclusion is, yellow can be seen (unless we are focusing on a shot outside during a harvest of the moon’s surface or specifically towards the end of the film when drama heightens as Sam finds more to uncover in the station—sucking out this color almost completely) . This yellow is a color of security or comfort and sunlight. It echoes a lost warmth for Sam’s character and is used during flashback scenes with his wife, for his daughters dress and of course GERTY’s user interface. The color is a great storytelling device as it helps create triggers and brightens up each room barely enough. When this color is removed even for a moment, it’s easy for us to digest the beat of the story visually even if we don’t know what’s suddenly missing from it.
New format, do you guys hate it?
Dear “The Adventures of Pete & Pete”: You were one of my favorite shows EVER. This piece was done for the upcoming “Waiting for October” Pete & Pete-themed zine.
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Please consider looking at this campaign from my Drawed Goods pal Drew!
the opening credits from Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove :: via depressionpress
I got a variant of that question a couple days ago about the bird piece that I posted, but since I get other questions about my texture use I thought it’d probably be helpful to just make a post on one of the ways I add texture digitally! (the other way I add texture is adding texture scans on…
Going to TCAF this weekend! I’ll have free minis while supplies last so bug me for em and I’ll give you one! Just don’t step on me!
Max’s solo project. this is a cover of In One Ear by Iron Chic.
this is one of my favorite songs. i recorded an acoustic version of it today instead of studying for final exams.