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Aug 30, 2014 / 279 notes

bencaldwellart:

drawology:

bencaldwellart:

another test…

Ben Caldwell is on tumblr!?! AND NOBODY TOLD ME!?!

hey you. yeah you. ben caldwell is on tumblr. we all tried to tell you.

Aug 29, 2014 / 55,949 notes

faitherinhicks:

leseanthomas:

OMFG. THIS. SHOW.

weirdly relevant to the question I answered yesterday.

Just repeat to yourself “This isn’t the Olympics, it’s an industry” and go make those comics!!!!!!!!!

dharbin:

SUPERFRIENDS.
An “Hour Drawing,” available to purchase here, and the 200+ set of them so far here. Subject suggestion for this one was “The happiest day of Superman’s life.”
Aug 29, 2014 / 121 notes

dharbin:

SUPERFRIENDS.

An “Hour Drawing,” available to purchase here, and the 200+ set of them so far here. Subject suggestion for this one was “The happiest day of Superman’s life.”

quarterboxes:

Grummett and Doug Hazlewood 
Aug 29, 2014 / 135 notes

quarterboxes:

Grummett and Doug Hazlewood 

(via in-sequence)

ROZ KIRBY: Have you been satisfied with what you’ve done?

KIRBY: Have I been satisfied with what I’ve done?

GROTH: Yeah.

KIRBY: If I’ve done it myself, I’ve always been satisfied. If somebody interfered, it always created a bad period in my life.

GROTH: What was the most creatively rewarding period in your career?

KIRBY: I believe when I was given full rein on The New Gods. I was given full rein on The New Gods, and I was given full rein on Mr. Miracle. Mr. Miracle was a fine strip. I was given full rein on many other strips, which sold extremely well and made me very happy. I was happy doing them because as a professional, you’ve got to take the credit for it, or you’ve got to take the, beating for it. I don’t like to take a beating without being responsible.


GROTH: You don’t want to take somebody else’s beating.

KIRBY: I don’t want to take somebody else’s beating. That makes me unhappy. So right now, I can tell you, I’m a happy man because whatever I’m doing, I do for myself and I do a little creating here and there for others, and they work out very well. I feel like an independent man, and I am. This is the kind of feeling I always wanted. You can rarely get that… Well, I could rarely get that in the early part of my life.

GROTH: I think most people can rarely get that. You have to fight for it.

KIRBY: Yes.

Aug 28, 2014 / 316 notes
vintagegal:

Tura Satana in Irma la Douce (1963)
Aug 28, 2014 / 1,561 notes

vintagegal:

Tura Satana in Irma la Douce (1963)

Aug 27, 2014 / 641 notes
nolongermint:

Spider-Gwen! YOU wanna read it! We WANT you to read it! It won’t be long now!
Our spin on Gwen Stacy as Spider-Woman comes out September 17th. 
Here’s a preview!
Aug 27, 2014 / 121 notes

nolongermint:

Spider-Gwen! YOU wanna read it! We WANT you to read it! It won’t be long now!

Our spin on Gwen Stacy as Spider-Woman comes out September 17th. 

Here’s a preview!

Aug 27, 2014 / 204 notes

charactermodel:

Ilustraciones y bocetos de Chris Sprouse, Ben Oliver, Frank Quitely y Cameron Stewart preparando el Multiversity de Grant Morrison. Las últimas noticias de este proyecto aquí mismo

via zonanegativa

amandaonwriting:

The storytelling elements:
1. The Contract

In the very beginning, you have to make a promise. Will this be violent? Scary? Fun? Tense? Dramatic?

2. The Pull

Keep it light in the beginning. You don’t want to scare people away by being too dense — you must trust The Contract.

3. The Incident

This is the event that sets everything in motion. Should occur early and keep the story together.

4. The Reveal

Just before the Point Of No Return, the main character learns what the story is really about.

5. Point Of No Return

The forces of good are faced with an impossible decision that concerns fear, safety, love, hate, revenge or despair.

6. Mini-Climax

Sorry, but you must allow the the forces of evil to have an epic win.

7. All-Is-Lost Moment

The moment where all is lost. You must portray the deepest despair for the forces of good.

8. News Of Hope

This is the possibility for one of the side characters to shine. A light that shines into the total darkness of the moment.

9. Climax

The shit hits the fan and the good puts everything at stake and overcomes — despite impossible odds.

10. The End

Public displays of relief and happiness, love and forgiveness. It’s great! We also learn that the hero has evolved.

Article from Doktor Spinn written by Jerry Silfwer aka Doktor Spinn
Aug 27, 2014 / 25,822 notes

amandaonwriting:

The storytelling elements:

1. The Contract

In the very beginning, you have to make a promise. Will this be violent? Scary? Fun? Tense? Dramatic?

2. The Pull

Keep it light in the beginning. You don’t want to scare people away by being too dense — you must trust The Contract.

3. The Incident

This is the event that sets everything in motion. Should occur early and keep the story together.

4. The Reveal

Just before the Point Of No Return, the main character learns what the story is really about.

5. Point Of No Return

The forces of good are faced with an impossible decision that concerns fear, safety, love, hate, revenge or despair.

6. Mini-Climax

Sorry, but you must allow the the forces of evil to have an epic win.

7. All-Is-Lost Moment

The moment where all is lost. You must portray the deepest despair for the forces of good.

8. News Of Hope

This is the possibility for one of the side characters to shine. A light that shines into the total darkness of the moment.

9. Climax

The shit hits the fan and the good puts everything at stake and overcomes — despite impossible odds.

10. The End

Public displays of relief and happiness, love and forgiveness. It’s great! We also learn that the hero has evolved.

Article from Doktor Spinn written by Jerry Silfwer aka Doktor Spinn

(via wannabeanimator)