Chronographer

So, I could go to bed at a reasonable hour, or I could tinker endlessly on my senior thesis.  

Anyway, if folks are curious, the rough draft of Chronograph tutorial is up online.  www.chronographcomic.com

Good morning, have a flower, I only slept 4 hours :D

chugs coffee, makes demo

Agatha Button design

Agatha Button design

working on an illustration of Agatha.  I still have to draw the bow to her arrow.  Gonna put this design on a button.

working on an illustration of Agatha.  I still have to draw the bow to her arrow.  Gonna put this design on a button.

phoenixpen:

Just in time for the double holiday!

Happy holidays everybody.

http://livestre.am/1nEaG

I’m gonna do the thing…

jamietheignorantamerican:

Anna is perhaps one of the biggest plot hogs I’ve ever seen. Although she might be a strongly written character, the way that the film focused solely on her gave all the other characters (Elsa and Kristoff), absolutely no time for their own personal character development and exposition. Elsa’s anxiety and mental illness served as a plot device, and instead of it being a part of her character, it became all of her character. Even when the film ends, Elsa’s anxiety isn’t even acknowledged, nor is it fully justified or even noticed by the other characters. By the time the film ends, we know close to nothing about Kristoff, we aren’t given background or even a good decent reason for why he disliked people before (as we see him with the ice harvesters early in the film). It’s clear just by watching the film that Anna commands all the attention, all the screen-time, all the conflict, and all the focus of the story. The fact that Elsa’s ONLY solo song, “Let It Go” is the most popular (and the only memorable one) in the entire film, speaks volumes to how she SHOULD have been treated; as the main character, and not a plot device to further Anna’s own personal story.

jamietheignorantamerican:

Anna is perhaps one of the biggest plot hogs I’ve ever seen. Although she might be a strongly written character, the way that the film focused solely on her gave all the other characters (Elsa and Kristoff), absolutely no time for their own personal character development and exposition. Elsa’s anxiety and mental illness served as a plot device, and instead of it being a part of her character, it became all of her character. Even when the film ends, Elsa’s anxiety isn’t even acknowledged, nor is it fully justified or even noticed by the other characters. By the time the film ends, we know close to nothing about Kristoff, we aren’t given background or even a good decent reason for why he disliked people before (as we see him with the ice harvesters early in the film). It’s clear just by watching the film that Anna commands all the attention, all the screen-time, all the conflict, and all the focus of the story. The fact that Elsa’s ONLY solo song, “Let It Go” is the most popular (and the only memorable one) in the entire film, speaks volumes to how she SHOULD have been treated; as the main character, and not a plot device to further Anna’s own personal story.

That moment when you know someone is time traveling through your blog based on recent likes.

dacadaca:

MY HATE IS THE LIFEBLOOD THAT PULSES THROUGH THE VEINS OF YOUR UNIVERSE. IT IS MY GIFT TO YOU. YOU’RE WELCOME FOR THAT. YOU UNGRATEFUL PIECE OF SHIT.

dacadaca:

MY HATE IS THE LIFEBLOOD THAT PULSES THROUGH THE VEINS OF YOUR UNIVERSE. IT IS MY GIFT TO YOU. YOU’RE WELCOME FOR THAT. YOU UNGRATEFUL PIECE OF SHIT.

eclipticafusion:

deadtamagotchis:

Chris Sanders’ “Sanders’ Style Surfin’”

Mucho importante

Reference

Help, I’m in love with anime that is almost a decade old.

Hey, remember that time the universe consumed you and everyone you’ve ever loved in a cruel twist of fate?

Hey, remember that time the universe consumed you and everyone you’ve ever loved in a cruel twist of fate?

gimpnelly:

Last week I wrote this piece for Comic Book Resources about the new Teen Titans #1 cover. The point of the piece was hey, there’s a broad demographic DC *could* be hitting with this book but the cover is certainly not made for that potential demographic. Instead, it’s more of the same-old,…

Let’s talk about that for a second. Feminist is not a bad word. People who think feminism is a negative often run in two very different directions - either they misunderstand what it is or are outright misogynists. Feminism is defined by Dictionary.com as “the doctrine advocating social, political, and all other rights of women equal to those of men.” If it’s an “entrenched ideology” to wish to be treated as an equal human along side men, then so be it. I must be a horrible person for assuming that I had the right to be treated as a person instead of only a brood mare suitable for objectification and cooking.”

dennys:

We advocate wearing food on your face and thoughtfulness. 

Denny’s is calling white kids on their shit.

dennys:

We advocate wearing food on your face and thoughtfulness. 

Denny’s is calling white kids on their shit.