barryjohnson77:

Underwater visual development art from Sword in the Stone by Vance Gerry. I love how interesting Vance has made each landscape. It’s such a specific place. Full of character and detail. When Vance was still working at Disney, I would bug him to bring in art that he did from past movies. These copies I made were from the original artwork he brought in from home.

blackyjunkgallery:

Hi guys, i don’t post a lot about Jun lately, but i got pretty good news about Trauma Soldier. And i got a lot of work to end my next book, it will be some pretty busy weeks soon.
So a little something today, i have to do some fake ad for my comics book, and it’s very fun !

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veesdumpingrounds:

well here they are as gif standalones :)
the characters from this gif

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Anonymous said: It's impossible to like every character you've written over the years? As a writer is it fun or challenging writing a character you may have disliked and trying to emphatize with them?

brianmichaelbendis:

 there is sympathize and then there is empathize and then there is just fucking fascinating. you can be horrified by someone and still fascinated.

 every single character I have ever written has fallen into at least one of those categories.

 but I generally find most people on the real life planet one of those things.  I know some people generally don’t. some genuinely dislike other people and have no curiosity about them or are so eager to label them or put them in a box.

I like trying to figure out what made this person the way they are and where they might be going.  so I became a writer :-)

lucyknisley:

Hey friends!

A looooong time ago (maybe five years?), I made these posters. I did it because I teach comics workshops to kids and adults, and one of my assignments for my students is to translate their favorite plot into sequential images to tell a story, using limited text in order to convey the points of the narrative using their drawings. I wanted to make an example for my students of how this can be done on a large scale, and I wanted to honor the books I had grown up with. 

The posters were a big hit with all save for Warner Bros, who as we know are mighty and powerful and own a lot of rights to the Harry Potter franchise. They were not cool with the sale of these, so I didn’t sell them. Legal parody rights aside, I like to be respectful when people (even major corporations) protect their creative rights, so while I’m happy that these are shared and liked around the internet to this day, I’m not trying to make a buck from them.

So sometime last month, in the midst of my getting married and taking a premarital break from being in the studio, these things caught an internet updraft again and went back to being on the radar. I returned from my wedding to quite a lot of emails and tweets requesting (or demanding) that I sell or distribute these pieces as prints that people can hang on their walls. I love and appreciate the kind words of fans who wrote me, but I’m not going to print them for sale, for the reasons I stated above.

I ask that if you enjoyed the posters, support my future work by buying one of my books, or getting one from your library! I have lots to choose from, and you can warm your cockles knowing that you’re supporting a working artist and a fellow fan such as yourself, while hopefully getting to read some comics you enjoy. Thank you!

**Occasionally I will still print these posters to give out as prizes or for free with a book purchase at a convention where I’m appearing. Ask me about them at a show, if you’re interested! I go to many throughout the year. Follow me to find out where I’ll be next!**

comicartsbrooklyn:

WENDYBy Walter ScottPublished by Koyama PressWendy is a sardonic look at the art world and its attendant creatives and creeps.
Wendy is trendy, and has dreams of art stardom — but our young urban protagonist is perpetually derailed by the temptations of punk music, drugs, alcohol, parties, and boys. Hegemonies and hearts are broken in this droll and iconoclastic look at the worlds of art and twentysomethings. Walter Scott is an artist from Montréal. His work has been exhibited across Canada and Wendy has been serialized on Random House Canada’s literary digital magazine Hazlitt.
ISBN: 978-1-927668-09-26 ½ x 9, 216 pages, b&w interior, softcoverNovember 2014$18.00

comicartsbrooklyn:

WENDY

By Walter Scott
Published by Koyama Press

Wendy is a sardonic look at the art world and its attendant creatives and creeps.

Wendy is trendy, and has dreams of art stardom — but our young urban protagonist is perpetually derailed by the temptations of punk music, drugs, alcohol, parties, and boys. Hegemonies and hearts are broken in this droll and iconoclastic look at the worlds of art and twentysomethings. 

Walter Scott is an artist from Montréal. His work has been exhibited across Canada and Wendy has been serialized on Random House Canada’s literary digital magazine Hazlitt.

ISBN: 978-1-927668-09-2
6 ½ x 9, 216 pages, b&w interior, softcover
November 2014
$18.00

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pretentiouslimericks:

infinidegree:

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victoriatheunicorn:

i think i want to see a cartoon about these guys

Omg.. The way the cat slows down to allow the bun to catch up, probably because it knows how much the bun likes to stop and look at stuff

has anyone noticed THAT THE BUNNY IS TRYING TO WALK LIKE THE CAT.

BUNNIES HOP

"Walking is so tedious, how do you do it?"
"Leaping about is undignified and exhausting. It’s beneath me."
"Unless you’re chasing the red dot."
"I KEEP MY HOME LIFE AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE SEPARATE."

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sailorsandshipwrecks:

This is too intense

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