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atelier-sento:

Ramen Delivery Boy7 layers linocut - handprinted
Finished!It took so much time from the original sketch to the final print… The most difficult was to coordinate the different layers during the printing, especially on the character’s face: the shape of his head is on the grey layer, his mouth on the red layer, his nose on the brown layer and his eyes/hair on the black layer, each one being carved on a different plate. So the smallest gap could ruin everything.
We have filmed the process and should be able to post a video tutorial soon. Stay tuned!

Whoa! This is by Cécile Brun & Olivier Pichard.

atelier-sento:

Ramen Delivery Boy
7 layers linocut - handprinted

Finished!
It took so much time from the original sketch to the final print… The most difficult was to coordinate the different layers during the printing, especially on the character’s face: the shape of his head is on the grey layer, his mouth on the red layer, his nose on the brown layer and his eyes/hair on the black layer, each one being carved on a different plate. So the smallest gap could ruin everything.

We have filmed the process and should be able to post a video tutorial soon. Stay tuned!

Whoa! This is by Cécile Brun & Olivier Pichard.

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Ever wonder just how these web comics kids make money? This snippet from the upcoming STRIPPED documentary explains it all, and it does it brilliantly with 8 bit animation.

I can’t tell you how much I’m looking forward to this doc. With interviews from Bill Watterson and Jim Davis to Ryan North and Kate Beaton they cover the gap between the old and new as the art form navigates this shift in how readers consume their media.

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Los Animales Release Party

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From Jeaux Janovsky

Los Animales, a new webcomic I’m working on, is having a release party March 8th - at the Grand Star in Chinatown/Downtown Los Angeles. That’s a unique first, at least that I’ve heard of, for a webcomic.

Here’s the Facebook event page: Los Animales Release Party at the Grand Star Jazz Club

Brief description of the webcomic: 

In Los Animales, the vinyl-obsessed, dance floor-loving animals try to figure out what the heck is going on with their lives while working at the last record store in town. Check out new pages every Monday through Friday at animalsoundsrecords.com.

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There’s a lot to see and enjoy on my pal Mel Milton’s blog.

There’s a lot to see and enjoy on my pal Mel Milton’s blog.

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The Making of John Mayer’s ‘Born & Raised’ Artwork, by Danny Cooke
I could gaze upon this album cover all day.

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I’m really digging these head renderings by Jake Panian.

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The Society of Graphic Designers of Canada Scholarships and Awards |

Money for design students!!

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Istvan Banyai exhibition

Looking forward to seeing this exhibition of Istvan Banyai's work at the Norman Rockwell Museum. Opens Saturday, March 9, 6 to 8:30 p.m. Image: Objectivity, 2011.

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scottkmacdonald:

Tea Ballin! -  Scott MacDonald. A continuous loop created for loopdeloop.org. Each month, animators from around the world create looping animations based on a given topic. This month was Topic was Sports. On the last Tuesday of the month all of the posted loops are compiled and screened to a live audience at Loop in Melbourne, Australia.

Evoking memories of the Simpsons’ “Man hit in groin with football" this short by Scot MacDonald (of a man hit in the groin with a baseball) reminds us all how painfully funny life can be. 

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Super nice stuff by MailChimp’s Justin Pervorse. There’s much more than just monkeys by the way. 

Super nice stuff by MailChimp’s Justin Pervorse. There’s much more than just monkeys by the way. 

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I enjoyed this short animated film, drawn with charcoal: URSUS. Directed by Reinis Pētersons.

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Art Spiegelman, Co-Mix at the Vancouver Art Gallery
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austinkleon:


Milton Caniff in his studio, c. 1947 
Wow. I want to go to there.
(via @comicsreporter)

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SLOW DEREK (by Dan Ojari)