Submitted by CalamityJon on September 2, 2009 - 16:06
I had all but forgotten about the work I had done for this video on behalf of Bernal Media's "Robots Can Dance" project. I created the clipart and backgrounds for this motion comic experiment - it's painful to look at some of it, as the work is several years old at this point (I keep thinking about how much better I could do this were I to undertake it today, and it always hurts to compare old work to current), but it's still nice to finally see the finished project, and the video is well-done and a lot of fun.
Submitted by CalamityJon on September 1, 2009 - 12:46
Submitted by CalamityJon on August 31, 2009 - 13:17
Just a cardboard heart-shaped box from Ben Franklin's, a little white gesso and some markers ...
Submitted by CalamityJon on August 31, 2009 - 11:03
Submitted by CalamityJon on August 25, 2009 - 14:39
My friend schtune looks kind of like Green Arrow a lot lately. I don't know why, he just does.
It doesn't help that he
got all photoshopped insists on wearing this costume.
Submitted by CalamityJon on August 17, 2009 - 15:24
Shamelessly inspired by my Pandora station.
Submitted by CalamityJon on August 17, 2009 - 10:54
In the same vein of the other dreams I've had about comic books which don't exist (the Soviet version of Captain Marvel, the DC Comics Presents issues with Plakatstil covers, the cowboy comic featuring a gunslinger wrapped in dynamite, et al), I had a dream just before the weekend about Seventies' icons Power Man and Iron Fist running as a comic strip in the local paper. Rather than fighting crime, the theme of the strip was that physical powerhouse Luke Cage and martial artist Danny Rand were two guys who were really into 1980's era cabinet-style video games.
Submitted by CalamityJon on August 15, 2009 - 03:23
Submitted by CalamityJon on August 11, 2009 - 11:51
Folk Fact: Notorious mis-labeler Woody Guthrie had a fascist-killing device at home on which he wrote "This machine plays protest music".
Folk Fact: Writing "This Machine Kills Fascists" on his guitar was a warning from Guthrie that he had mastered the deadliest chord, Anti-F.
Folk Fact: To be fair, many fascists possess a wide array of machines which are more than capable of killing protest singers, so it's even.
Submitted by CalamityJon on August 8, 2009 - 03:40