zoogenesis replied to your post: wait a minute
Its mostly hilarious, you can watch this video and get the gist of it though: youtu.be/KXWEM4g
I will not lie, I’m more interested in checking it out now than I was before. Also, that video is great. I like the choice of song.umadashibayashi replied to your post: wait a minute
Its actually pretty good! The animation is terrible. Watch it with your eyes closed.
Yeah, that animation is really something. :D Judging from the video linked above, it seems to be at its most hilarious whenever the animators have not only to clumsily copy preexisting characters and character/set designs but to create whole new ones.
I really hope the scanlators doing this series keep going with it. I like where this story is going. (Admittedly, the last panel of the last page of this chapter is a bit, uh. And I get the impression it’s only gonna get gorier, which depending on how it’s done I won’t necessarily mind at all. But still.)
mistahgrundy replied to your post: wait a minute
it has most of the original actors (except chekov) so uhhh they didnt have a budget for actual animation after that I think. Ive only seen one episode and it was pretty stupid! very 70s kids adventure cartoon.
The original actors voiced the characters? Wow. I…may have to at least try one episode of that.
There was a Star Trek animated series?
Was it terrible?
We’re very excited to announce that Mobsters & Monsters is almost done! But before we make the finishing touches we want to find out how we can get it to you guys! That’s where you come in! Take a look at the details below and let us know if you’d be interested in a pdf or printed copy of Mobsters and Monsters. With a little feedback from you we can make this the best project it can be! As always, thank you everyone for your interest and support in the project. We’re so grateful for everyone who contributed to the book and we’re very excited to release all of the fantastic work that’s been done.
MOBSTERS & MONSTERS is a themed comic anthology featuring stories about mobsters, monsters, and the places they meet It clocks in at over 90 pages of beautiful color and b&w comics by nine amazing artists.
So how about it guys, are you interested?
Just reblogging this from the main M&M Tumblr. I drew a short comic for this anthology and there are many other cool artists participating and from what I’ve seen so far it all looks really good. So…reply if you’re interested!
redribbonrobot replied to your post: I want to talk about the flying roach that just…
I read that first part as sucked it out of mid-air with my face and I was like, OMG
It came terrifyingly close to that. But the worst that happened was that I got landed on several times.
I want to talk about the flying roach that just chased me around the room for an hour before I heroically sucked it out of midair mid-leap-for-my-face with the vacuum, but I’m not sure how many roach-related posts a person can have up on their blog at one time before it starts to reflect badly on them.
iamthespacecadet replied to your post: budgie update
escape artist, name him houdini
I DEFINITELY CONSIDERED THAT. :D I think he’s going to be named Calvin, though, since on top of being good at getting out of things, he’s also a bit of a brat and likes chewing on hands and nice pieces of furniture. (On an unrelated note, he likes to…basically tie himself in knots. He clings to the perch or the side of the cage with both feet and then puts his head under one leg and kinda somersaults over his own legs. I’m not even 100 percent clear on how it works, but he manages to do it.)
I’m starting to see how this bird managed to escape his former situation, whatever it was. Because he just squeezed himself through the bars of his cage. They’re half-inch spaced bars, but unlike a finch, this little guy has a strong beak and grasping feet and he used them to pry the bars farther apart.
Time to get a more robust cage, I guess. Also, I think he’s already bored. I’ve released him inside in a few rooms where I was pretty sure he couldn’t hurt himself on anything, but every time he made it to a high up out of reach surface covered in dust and god knows what else, he started making nibbling motions at whatever he found there. Probably eating some dusty old dead spiders wouldn’t actually hurt him, but still. Maybe if I vacuum and then let him fly around.
The little budgie/blue parakeet I found outside in the road day before yesterday, sleeping in the fleece-lined bird tunnel I got for him yesterday.
According to the vet, he’s thin and could stand to gain about an extra bird’s worth of weight (that would be why he was just lying in the road when found), but he’s already looking much happier.
scribbleymark replied to your post: what to title this comic
‘How to Abuse the Illustrator Spiral Tool: A Magical Girl Show about Middle Aged Biophysicists’.
Use both. Make use of the semicolon and italics!
I LIKE IT.
I’m torn between ‘How to Abuse the Illustrator Spiral Tool’ and ‘A Magical Girl Show about Middle Aged Biophysicists’.
The siren song of Adobe Illustrator. Poking around in Photoshop, drawing a thing, and you know that your hand drawn lines maybe shake a little or aren’t shaped exactly as you want or aren’t precisely accurate. You know that that’s just normal, it won’t be noticeable, it’s not like there’s some mechanical aid that would let you nail down every pixel of every line exactly where you want it, right? OH, BUT THERE IS.
Junji Ito and his cat Tenmaru
This is the greatest picture. (If you haven’t read this yet, DO IT NOW. (It’s short.))