Site under construction. How many times did the early users of the internet see that scrolling across the screen? Or how many times did we see those words sandwiched by a stick figure construction workers?
January. 2020. It’s time!! The new year is here and you know what that means. Assessments. It’s the time to assess where I’ve been the past year. And it’s the time to assess what is yet to come. And it’s also a time, being the year 2020, to gain focus and clarity. What do I…Read moreRead more
Everyone is asking… Are you ready?? Everyone And does that really matter? I’m not so sure. The point of Inktober is to grow your skills and creative thinking.
I was never really a fan of Pokémon as a kid, but all I have to say is “¡pika pika!” after watching Detective Pikachu. I was 14 when the series first showed up in the states, and ending the first of my two years living in the Azores (Açores), Portugal. I could acknowledge though how…Read moreRead more
I was listening to a bunch of live performances from the Metallica YouTube channel and two songs popped up back-to-back…St. Anger’s Frantic and St. Anger.
One of the only mobile games I play consistently is NBA2K Mobile. The news came out recently that the main console game is adding WNBA players. Of course, because “the internet” there were numerous detractors of this idea.
In a world where two grown men combined the theatrics of wrestling with the knowledge of movie trivia comes the Movie Trivia Schmoedown. Do some of the competitors take it too seriously? Yes. Do some of them not take it seriously enough? Hell yes! What’s undeniable however is the dedication of all involved to deliver…Read moreRead more
I feel this anxiety everyday:
If you’ve followed this blog, you know that I have a great appreciation for Jake Parker and his reinvestment in the art community. But in this post I want to highlight something else Jake contributes: amazing analogies. He’s filled with them. The best example is the “Creative Bank Account.” In the most recent episode of…Read moreRead more
Jake Parker, on what artists should consider regarding style when they are looking for work: Here’s the question to ask yourself: Do I want to get work from a particular industry? And if so, am I willing to change my style to fit what that industry wants? Or am I content on building my own…Read moreRead more
For some odd reason, I’ve gravitated towards this song over the past few weeks. Total honesty, I don’t know why.
I made a conscious decision during vacation to unplug from any sort of news or headlines. So now that I’m back in society, I have to point out something that will bring my kids and I joy.
Season 8 of Game of Thrones May have left a conflicted taste in your mouth, but we can all appreciate the details that went into creating the languages in the lands of Essos and Westeros. David Peterson, the elaborator of two phrases, created a full language for the show. He’s created languages since he was…Read moreRead more
Newsarama editor Chris Arrant interviewed designer Tom Muller about his take on the classic X-Men logo for the two upcoming series, Powers of X and House of X. I love these deep dives into the details of comic production. The logo is a key item on a comic cover, and when it comes to creating…Read moreRead more
Who can’t pass up a good deal? Or a good deal on entertainment? Redbox has “older” movies BACK IN THE BOX for just $.99 a night! It’s a pretty sweet deal for movie watchers and maybe it’ll push you over the decision making edge to see that movie you missed out on. You know the…Read moreRead more
Jake Parker is an artist who creates value wherever possible. From his courses on SVS Learn to his YouTube videos to the 3 Point Perspective podcast, he preaches the doctrine of letting your art work for you on multiple levels. He practices what he preaches.
The military has fathered many a superhero and villain in the comic book industry, and this week we discuss its impact with Jason Inman, author of the new book Super Soldiers: A Salute to the Comic Book Heroes and Villains Who Fought for Their Country.
The ladies were getting hair cuts this past Saturday so I took a few shots from the city as I walked around with the boys. Later on we stopped in Tyson’s for some comic goodness and a discussion with a Batman creative team!
My brother and I had another guest on the Amateur Dads podcast. All morning I’ve been kicking myself about questions I should have asked. Naturally I started analyzing why I didn’t ask these questions.