1. 30 seconds gesture drawings.

    30 seconds gesture drawings.

  2. A scrap piece of paper that turned into a doodle explosion! Some character design for the comic that I’m currently posting.

    A scrap piece of paper that turned into a doodle explosion! Some character design for the comic that I’m currently posting.

  3. Trying to stay on a good schedule with these. Even though I wanted to post it on Monday technically I haven’t gone to bed yet so I’m totally counting it.

    Trying to stay on a good schedule with these. Even though I wanted to post it on Monday technically I haven’t gone to bed yet so I’m totally counting it.

  4. leseanthomas:

    If you don’t watch Tetsuwan Birdy Decode, you’re missing out on a great series. It may look like fan service, but it’s a surprisingly smart and awesomely animated TV show. Think Men In Black-meets- Ranma 1/2-meets- Wonder Woman. :-)

    I have SO MUCH LOVE for this show.

  5. Some character sketches from an upcoming comic I’ve been working on. I really wanted to start my own version of a daily strip so that is my ultimate goal with this one. I re-purposed the Dale character from a previous mini comic I did. I liked the way he looked but just not how I used him a whole lot. Hoping to get some different feels  outta this.

  6. The Cheap Seats

    The Cheap Seats

  7. A Retailer's Tips On Selling Minicomics →

    bigplanetcomics:

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    Comics are awesome. And some of the most awesome comics are the ones you create yourself, and then print and sell yourself. (We’re calling these sort of comics “minicomics” for short.) And we love seeing an amazing new minicomic, whether it’s someone’s first work or an established…

  8. cinephilearchive:

The Anniversary You Can’t Refuse: 40 Things You Didn’t Know About The Godfather


From early on in his legendary career, Marlon Brando used cue cards for his lines, which he felt increased his spontaneity. His lines were printed and placed in his character’s line of sight; stills from the production show that they sometimes required clever placement. In one photo, a cue card is taped on the wall behind a lamp. In another, Robert Duvall is seen holding Brando’s cue cards up to his chest. In the scene above, they are held just beyond the view of the camera.




Some thought Brando used the cards out of laziness or an inability to memorize his lines. Once on The Godfather set, Brando was asked why he wanted his lines printed out. “Because I can read them that way,” he said. And that was the end of the cue-card discussion. —Nate Rawlings

More: The Godfather at Cinephilia and Beyond

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    cinephilearchive:

    The Anniversary You Can’t Refuse: 40 Things You Didn’t Know About The Godfather

    From early on in his legendary career, Marlon Brando used cue cards for his lines, which he felt increased his spontaneity. His lines were printed and placed in his character’s line of sight; stills from the production show that they sometimes required clever placement. In one photo, a cue card is taped on the wall behind a lamp. In another, Robert Duvall is seen holding Brando’s cue cards up to his chest. In the scene above, they are held just beyond the view of the camera.

    Some thought Brando used the cards out of laziness or an inability to memorize his lines. Once on The Godfather set, Brando was asked why he wanted his lines printed out. “Because I can read them that way,” he said. And that was the end of the cue-card discussion. —Nate Rawlings

    More: The Godfather at Cinephilia and Beyond

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