Yes yes, I said that I wanted to do more substantial blog posts and not just link videos on Youtube, but this one is really good! Okay? Also it combines two of the subjects that were most formative for me in my teens: cooking and Frida Kahlo.
I know, I know. I’m behind and I have no good reason for it other than that I’ve prioritised things other than blogging and I think that’s as valid a reason as any. I’ll try to catch up over the next few days, but I also want to write some things of substance rather… Continue reading On stop motion animation
When I was a kid, I has a subscription to a weekly Donald Duck comic floppy. That, along with Tintin and Asterix to a lesser degree, was how my love for comics began and it was never clearer than during those blessed weeks when there was a Don Rosa comic waiting for me. That was… Continue reading On Scrooge McDuck
Twitter is great and terrifying and just granted me a gift in the shape of Will Robots Take My Job. Type in your profession and find out how likely it is you’ll be obsolete! Here’s a few of mine, past, present and never-happened: Cartoonist (multi-media artist and animator): 1,5% Cooks, restaurant: 96% Veterinarian: 3,8% Historian:… Continue reading On robots taking my job
I don’t have a ton of things to talk about today – I spent the day with my best friend, doing nothing – so instead I’m going to share one of my favorite things with you: Gordon Ramsay doing things under cover. He’s easily one of my favorite tv personalities, especially when he does stupid… Continue reading On Gordon Ramsay and a fake moustache
I like indie animation a lot, though I don’t know if I’d call myself a fan — I don’t really follow animators (not deliberately) or chase down videos, I just kind of stumble on them. Today, I stumbled onto this one and it’s kind of amazing.
Pulling half of an all-nighter (I’m not 22 anymore, I can’t do it all night) to finish these comic porns, so here have a man carving an incredible snake out of a piece of wood and also Frank Zappa singing Baby Snakes. Somehow this still perfectly sums up my weekend.