Just found this old drawing floating around in an idle corner of what Google knows about me.
Storyboards for Alfred Hitchcock’s STRANGERS ON A TRAIN. As far as I know these were drawn by Art Director Ted Haworth. His son Sean Haworth brought them in for me to see when we were working on a film together years ago and I made copies.
Oh my gosh. These are amazing!
Master class in POV, right here, folks.
Joel Priddy hepped me to the exceptionally fun game “Goblin Quest" (pdf),created by Grant Howitt, for which I doodled up my first Goblin character - Howltooth the Gargler, and his heirloom, The Most Beautiful Lute In The History of the World.
You can check out the rest of Grant’s games here, definitely take a look at Goblin Quest. I need to get a game set up for that and Doctor Magnethands posthaste …
White stone dice discovered in Egypt from the Roman Period (30 B.C.–A.D. 364).
Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
need itOld school gaming.
Petrus Apianus, Macrocosme from Astronomicum Caesareum (Ingolstadt), 1540.
Woo!! The books were printed and I picked them up yesterday. We are heading out of Nashville to Heroes Con tonight! So excited! As mentioned in my previous post, we are going to be selling/giving/trading these little books, so come up and say hey to us!!
Coincidence? I think not.
If you’re looking for some good old-fashioned twisted horror and beautiful, depraved artwork, look no further! Disclaimer: Fantagraphics is not responsible for any side effects from reading this comic, to include melting eyeballs, temporary insanity, or the sudden desire to turn on all the lights in your house.
Stories in Biologic Show #0 include “Seymour Sunshine,” “Extinction,” “Grinding Larry,” and a tale of Columbia’s waif hero and heroine, Pim and Francie.
READ THIS COMIC.
I finally accept the notion of shorts as part of my wardrobe, just in time to develop old man knees.