monohedral asked: your sketches seem to be very simplistic, and you're able to capture a personality without using exact proportions. I am incredibly jealous of your skill !
oh dont be jealous at all! some of the lines seem simple in ways but i would say that can boil down to confidence. it may sound like a smug thing to say, but if you are sure of applying line onto paper in a way where you dont feel pressure but assurance then it can look easy.
whenever you feel pressure into making something it then leads it to going wrong and making you feel terrible, if you relax as an artist and naturally let go you can make anything really fun. thats what i do. if something looks out of place i work with it and let it be. besides adding some character into work makes it all the worth while!
I typically don’t reblog, but damn, this is worth sharing.
Pop Culture Grumble Grumble #1: Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job!'sRichard Dunn
Although I’ve become too enmeshed in the internet age to actually buy one of their DVDs - which is the only safe way I know of to actually watch more than three full episodes at once - I’ve really gotten into Tim and Eric this summer. I could go on for a while about the anti-stars of Awesome Show - how they basically stab the entertainment industry in the gut and disembowel it - but nobody wants to read that.
Richard Dunn was the most compelling element of the show. This was a man who willingly and joyfully participated in humour that went right over the heads of most people a third of his age. In an interview I watched, he said that he believed you could learn something from everyone you meet, no matter who they are. No, it isn’t trite. Richard Dunn was too real for triteness. That’s the show’s triumph.
please bear with me it’s probably going to get weird
They’ve receded, back to the past, inside the skull, is it the same place. They’ll never appear to me again, I can’t afford it; from now on I’ll have to live in the usual way, defining them by their absence; and love by its failures, power by its loss, its renunciation.
-Margaret Atwood, Surfacing
Posting each individual page for improved readability. Oh man, so much of the artwork to this embarrasses me deeply.