Re-reading Pride & Prejudice
Warhammer Fantasy Battle, 2nd edition. John Blanche, 1984.
Coming this Monday at 8! TWO new Steven Universe episodes!!!!
Cheeseburger Backpack and Together Breakfast!
Supervising Director Ian Jones-Quartey says:
Coming this Monday, two new episodes! This is some of the earliest stuff I did for the show- We were working on these episodes before the show had a full staff!
Cheesy I storyboarded with the always amazing Rebecca Sugar. We put a lot of time into this episode and I really think it’s a lot of fun! The title backpack ended up in a TON of commercials for the show and I totally wasn’t expecting that!
For Togbref I got to work with the then new-to-Cartoon Network Paul Villeco. Paul is a talented animator from NY who’s work you’ve seen on Superjail! among other things. I love his sense of humor!
Check it out this Monday! Thanks for the support, everyone!
In the winter of 1989, photographer Michael Galinsky drove across the country recording the seismic change in America’s malls: their transformation from the shiny retail palaces of the ’80s into something weirder. Then 20 years old, Galinsky began with the Smith Haven Mall in Long Island, and drove west: through Michigan, Illinois, South Dakota, Washington State. His photographs—collected in the book Malls Across America, published this month by Steidl—document a nation that had yet to turn against the mall, and saw its culture play out in the atriums of indoor retail palaces.
Uss Enterprise, Amanda Visell
My first ever lie was to my mother at the age of four years old. I smuggled a Fiendish Feet yoghurt up to my bedroom and tried to hide it behind my back.
A quick gif taken from my piece for the Men With Beards exhibition.
The show opens tomorrow night!
Come down and snuggle up with my hairy man face!!
Set modest goals—a 4 page story, then another, then another—and get them done. If they’re lame, it’s OK, make the next one better. Then put your work in front of other people, and you’ll be able to tell if you’re getting across.
The most important thing is making pages of comics, and just arrange your life so that you’re doing that often, and enjoying it, and before you know it you’re a cartoonist, and things will work themselves out sooner or later. They say it takes 10,000 hours (about 10 years) to gather the skills for any complicated line of work. That seems like a lot, but it’s not so bad, and you just have to put the time in.”
Such great movie. Hope my mediocre fan art does it justice.