sciencefiction:These are fictional magazine covers from Blade Runner. They were created by production illustrator Tom Southwell in 1980-1981 and appeared in the background on a magazine stand in the city streets. (!!!!)
Print magazines from THE FUTURE
We did an animation based on the comic Cut. It. Out.
Check it out!
Don’t look at me that way.
Pablo Picasso dressed up as Popeye, photo by André Villers, 1957 (via This is Not Porn)
Trubble Club’s Infinite Corpse project is online! I’m happy that we’re finally free to talk about this great project. It’s an awesome chain comic by too many amazing comic artists to mention (Art Spiegelman, Ivan Brunetti, Gabrielle Bell, Lilli Carre, Michael Deforge, Pen Ward, R Sikoryak, etc.)
The Infinite Corpse is an online collaborative comic that is open to everyone in the world who makes or wants to make comics. We are particularly looking for outstanding efforts in humor, creativity, and draftsmanship. Each new artist is asked to follow another artists 3 panels with their own 3 panels. Each artist is allowed to take the comic anywhere they want,(a few seconds forward, a million years in the future, 20 years in the past, etc.) as long as they follow the 7 simple rules.
It has no beginning and it has no end. There is no right way to start reading… so please, dive in anywhere.
My 3 panels are above, which amount to less than half a percent of the 615 panels so far. Check it out and participate!
Hey kids! Wanna see something WEIRD?! The animators of DePaul University locked themselves in a computer lab for forty-four hours to create animations based on our chosen theme: Animal Rejects. Many talented folk students and faculty alike chose to reject sleep and make almost half an hour of material JUST BECAUSE. I guess that’s pretty cool, right?
Hey! I tried out some pixilation today! I used smears and multiples! It looks weird and is really short! fun!
Cartoon Hangover presents, “Rocket Dog”
“Rocket Dog” burst from the mind of Mel Roach with a sulfuric dog-fart. Follow Bob as he desperately tries to woo a girlfriend while his loyal, yet deranged pet, Rocket Dog, presents new challenges at every turn. Bob’s bumbling hipster lifestyle may be a warning, or an invitation, as you see fit.
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Hey there, hey! Look at this awesome thing made by my awesome friend Mel Roach! I did a bit of animation on it, too!
Hooray! Rocket Dog has landed, no wait, taken off! I did all the background work for this, but ultimate props to Mel and Dale for some rad animation, and a shitting cat.
Oh good lord.