My friend Ric Carrasquillo animated this music video for Upstairs Downstairs' "Parkas Indoors," and I'm blown away every time I watch it. He uses gaffer tape and masking tape as the primary media, and the sense of dimension he achieves is remarkable, as is his sense of visual language.
Hi folks! I'm off getting married this weekend, so the fabulous Robert Gonzalez will be here for your reading pleasure. The Saturday Webcomic and the Concept Art Writing Prompt are on tap as usual, and I will be at your service next weekend!
If you're heartbroken about missing out on the prints from Tim Doyle's most recent UnReal Estate series, you're in luck: Spoke Art has just released a limited number of prints of Doyle's "Armin Tamzarian," featuring a snowy day at Springfield Elementary, both in classic colors and as a glow-in-the-dark variant.
Machine of Death, the science fiction anthology series that incurred the wrath of Glenn Beck back in 2010, will soon be a card game. The premise behind Machine of Death is that there exists a machine that can predict anyone's death with 100% accuracy. In the vein of Dixit, Pick-up Lines, and similar party games, the …
It's been on hiatus for a bit while Hicks works on other projects, but The Adventures of Superhero Girl remains one of my favorite webcomics. It's about a fledgling superhero (with a famous, beloved older brother) trying to find her way in the world, including making rent and remembering to take off her mask when…
I'm not big on Valentine's Day, but I'm a huge fan of goofy Valentines from the Internet. CBR's The Line it is Drawn celebrates the Hallmark holiday by pairing off comic book characters, sometimes from different publishers. He's a Marvel. She's a DC. They're both crazy. Can they work it out?