A guy I drew for a project at work
ALL PUMPKIN SPICE EVERYTHING
Your homeboy RLJD only has one vice.
Rap Legend Jesse Dangerously’s autumn-erotic opus
Ghost comic, starring, ghost!
A comic has approached! It’s about cats!
Overused Movie Poster Cliches [via]
Previously: Movie Posters Recreated with Comic Sans and Clip Art
This is an amazing example of the worthlessness of trope identification. Okay — tropes themselves aren’t worthless, and even at TV Tropes, they self-identify that tropes aren’t cliches to avoid but storytelling tools to be used.
My issue with an “observation” like this movie poster thing is that it’s not a clever observation, but it masquerades as one. It’s actually just sorting.
No one would go “oh wow, ha ha, yeah!” if they looked at a list of common words in stories that consisted of “the,” “an,” “but,” and so on. Of course the word “the” appears a lot. That’s not an in-plain-sight revelation. Of course movie posters are gonna have actors’ faces on them. Of course some of them are gonna be black and white.
Stop indexing and sorting existing things and make your own thing!!!
My Adventure Time cover!
These days I’m using the Wacom Cintiq 12UX, which is great, if maybe a little small. I’m probably looking at getting one of Yiynova’s tablet monitors soon though (The MSP19U is a fantastic one, and cheap). Software-wise I mostly use photoshop for everything from sketching to inking to colouring. I’ve been told that Manga Studio is great for inking but I think I’m just so used to the way photoshop handles at this point that I may be sticking with it.