A couple backgrounds (minus a few later revisions) I did for Rebecca Sugar’s Cartoon Network pilot “Steven Universe”. They’re both based very faithfully on her layouts- basically Rebecca drawings with a Tom layer on top. Anyways… both locations have been completely redesigned for the upcoming series, which from what little I’ve seen looks very very pretty. Congrats Rebecca!
The Final Fantasy
[10:04 PM] Bought a ton of manga. I bought so many it’d make a person think I was really stressed out. I’m addicted to shopping☆
[10:07 PM] Basically, I like the kind with a dark feel RT @4eva_disney: @pamyurin What kind of manga do you like?
[10:09 PM] Already reading it! I love it RT @.ri_ko_pin216: @.pamyurin I recommend reading Aku no Hana!
[10:10 PM] Mr. Yasutaka said it was interesting RT @misapino8: @pamyurin How about Attack on Titan?
[10:17 PM] Collection of my favorite manga (picture)
Video Games Magazine Issue 8, March 1983 - Welcome to the Club! An amazing article written by Ann Kreuger about the role of Women in developing video games.
Here’s a good start:
In my research, I turned up 15 women in positions that are not related to promotion, publicity or advertising.
In the article she talks with Dona Bailey, one of the creators of Centipede, Sue Forner, an artist on Professor Pac-Man, Janice Hendricks who designed the art for Joust, Lynda Avarett, Sue Currier and Roberta Williams.
Man, this “Video Game Magazine” is really quite awesome for deep and interesting articles.
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Really cool article but also worth noting the little Peter Bagge strip at the end!
YOU GUYS READY?
this is gonna be on a wednesday/friday schedule starting 30 mins ago!!
Frank Quitely, the best superhero cartoonist in the world. Ten years ago, he redesigned the X-Men and made drew some brilliant scenes in the series NEW X MEN. Above is the introductory scene from his final issue on the series, “The Prime of Miss Emma Frost.”
Quitely’s panels tend to move in two directions at once: one-point-perspective, pushing our depth view straight back and straight across our field of vision from left-to-right. The result is a dizzying sense of motion and an immersive sense of space and movement.
My favorite panel above is where Beast (blue guy) has rescued the car passengers and turns to see the flaming guy (Hermann) continue to run down the road. There’s so many different things happening in that panel and all of those things are moving or defined by their lack of moving. Beast and the passengers are still but a raising smoke and dust cloud from Hermann who continues to race away gives the right-hand side of the panel some movement. So as the eye travels from left to right, we see a still scene which gives way to a motion scene. All in the same panel. It’s brilliant.
The panel in which Cyclops skids the car in front of the gas station is also brilliant. It gives me the chills, it’s so good. We read from left to right but the car is moving from our right to left, and it’s trail of telltale motion signs (exhaust fumes, tail light distortion) points away from our reading orientation. These competing stimuli make us read that particular panel both backwards and forwards at the same time. It’s magnificent.
“The Prime of Miss Emma Frost” can be found in volume 4 of NEW X MEN, “Riot at Xavier’s.”
THE STEVEN UNIVERSE PILOT ON ROB SUGAR’S CHANNEL HAS GONE PRIVATE HERE’S A RE-UPLOAD FOR THOSE OUTSIDE THE US!!
What a wonderful show this is going to be
Snake Charmers, by Hiroshi Yoshida (1932).
Jama Masjid, Delhi, by Hiroshi Yoshida (1931).
El Capitan, Hiroshi Yoshida
Undercover S/S 11 “Underman”
i sang karaoke with mario’s family