1. twitterthecomic:

Classic tweet by @posh

    twitterthecomic:

    Classic tweet by @posh

  2. Hark! A Vagrant:: MORE THAN YOU EVER WANTED TO READ ABOUT WHAT I THINK OF ART SCHOOL →

    morefuntime:

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    The quick and dirty is a somewhat unsatisfying answer: IT DEPENDS.

    For your specific case, if you know in your heart you wanna do comics, conduct some research on what you’d specifically want out of school, and if any school provides that. If you aren’t certain any…

  3. silentpunk:

    disney-overdose:

    sarapsys:

    posting without a source is unfortunately pretty common, but it doesn’t have to be.  with a few minutes of hunting, you can make sure the artists you like get credit for their work! :)  hope this is helpful.

    EVERYONE NEEDS TO SEE THIS

    READ THROUGH THIS TUMBLRERS!

  4. clientsfromhell:

Via Column Five Media.

    clientsfromhell:

    Via Column Five Media.

  5. 12 November 2012

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    mdt

    mdt:

Mark and Paddy upped the ante on “Clients from Hell.”
Click through to see the whole exhibition.
You’ll laugh, cry.  Mostly cry.
via Sharp Suits

    mdt:

    Mark and Paddy upped the ante on “Clients from Hell.”

    Click through to see the whole exhibition.

    You’ll laugh, cry.  Mostly cry.

    via Sharp Suits

  6. blackjackaught:

    An 8-page comic from Amazing Heroes #187 from January 1991. Stan Sakai explains his process for creating an issue, with a further interview here. He’s by far one of my favorite comic-book artists and writers, and having met him in person a few times, an incredibly nice guy. :)

  7. Abe Books - Weird and Wonderful Section →

    So many fantastic titles. Just look through them, and I guarantee at least one will make you smile. Fun fact: I owned one of these! I had found a copy of “Critter Cuisine” in a discount retailer’s bargain bin. (It’s a humor book, not an actual cookbook)

  8. scottlava:

“I didn’t do it!”

    scottlava:

    “I didn’t do it!”

  9. 8-Bit Butcher Diagrams by Jude Buffum →

  10. I’m just sharing what my character, Paul F. Tompkins, would tumbl.
paulftompkins:

I have nothing against role-playing games— I tried D & D in 8th grade, it just didn’t take— but seriously. Who would want to pretend to be these little dudes who ride around on frogs?
“Okay, roll. Aaaaand…. a dog tears you apart. You’re dead.”

    I’m just sharing what my character, Paul F. Tompkins, would tumbl.

    paulftompkins:

    I have nothing against role-playing games— I tried D & D in 8th grade, it just didn’t take— but seriously. Who would want to pretend to be these little dudes who ride around on frogs?

    “Okay, roll. Aaaaand…. a dog tears you apart. You’re dead.”