i left myself a present in photoshop at 5AM for me to forget about by and then rediscover at 2PM, which is a much more sensible hour to find out that you have no idea what the fuck is wrong with yourself
Buon compleanno to Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, the Italian artist born on this day in 1475. Michelangelo and his artworks have been an inspiration to countless people, including the French sculptor Auguste Rodin, who traveled to Italy in 1876 to study the Renaissance artist’s works. In Rome, Rodin contemplated the great paintings in the Sistine Chapel, including “The Last Judgement,” whose impact is evident in Rodin’s monumental work “The Gates of Hell,” which stands at the Rodin Museum.
“The Gates of Hell,” modeled 1880–1917; cast 1926–28, by Auguste Rodin
Although i’ve seen its lyrics quoted in popular media innumerous times since at least the Roosevelt era (or the Sengoku era, whichever is more recent), this is the first time I’ve ever actually a clip of this song. Not bad.
HAPPY OBJECTIFIED SCOTSMAN THURSDAY!
that’s actually a pretty good cover! Nice color composition, crisp text, lots of of torso and a boat, which very definitively tells you that this is a book about a lard who has a torso and a boat.
If this guy could talk, he’d have a cockney accent… and he’d probably be trying to pick a fight with you. “Listen mate, lemme tell ya a thing, rioght?”
This is the first of our gryphon kittens. He’s a fuzzy little bundle of contempt at about 8” long, and 5” tall, and full poseable right down to his stumpy little christmas tree tail. His head and fat little feet are all cast resin from our original sculpts, hand painted and sealed to match his downy faux fur pelt. This guy is a LITTLE fuzzier than they’ll likely be; we’ll probably swap out the long fur under his throat for a medium instead.
For those going to Comicon Toronto, we’ll be bringing a few of these fluffy jerks with us. Custom colour orders will be available as well once we’re finished with our current orders.
the only place i see middrift baring shirts is in superhero cartoons, comics or the movie Clueless, where they seem to be mandatory. Where do these comics people even live, is it the 90s? So-Cal? Are the bellyshirts all hypercolor, too? Are the shirts all for ventilation because every comic book woman breathes through her bellybutton, like a blow hole?
I have many questions about superhero comics, and none of them are about superheroes.