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knightdisciple:

themetaisawesome:

titaniagigante:

stephenstrange:

pretty much

SAYS CLARK KENT THE MOST BORING ONE DIMENSIONAL SUPERHERO EVER????

You and I have very different opinions on what constitutes a one dimensional character

























Can’t not reblog this.

knightdisciple:

themetaisawesome:

titaniagigante:

stephenstrange:

pretty much

SAYS CLARK KENT THE MOST BORING ONE DIMENSIONAL SUPERHERO EVER????

You and I have very different opinions on what constitutes a one dimensional character

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pocketaimee:  By request! Superman is basically a superpowered Mr. Rogers.

zeebeejeebees:  this is why comics.

Can’t not reblog this.

(Fonte: , via wincenworks)

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mikikoponczeck:

As promised! This is how I letter my work. Hope this is helpful to someone!

Here’s some more useful links:

(via artist-refs)

11AM
lisalu22:

I love Neil Gaiman so damn much. Best advice on how to raise a reader—let them read…whatever they want to read.

lisalu22:

I love Neil Gaiman so damn much. Best advice on how to raise a reader—let them read…whatever they want to read.

(via neil-gaiman)

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ericcanete:

The warm up image for the auction piece that one time I was at HeroesCon in Charlotte, NC.

Eric CaneteWow

ericcanete:

The warm up image for the auction piece that one time I was at HeroesCon in Charlotte, NC.

Eric Canete
Wow

1PM

comicbookmisogyny:

Destroy the idea that you can tell how long a person has been reading comics by their gender

Destroy the idea that how long a person has been reading comics in any way affects their ability to have an opinion

Destroy the idea that how many comics you read and how many years you’ve been reading them makes you at all superior to new readers

Destroy the attitude that is pushing new, younger, and female readers away from comics

(via wincenworks)

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teixeirax:

I HAVE NEVER HIT REBLOG SO FAST IN MY LIFE.

(Fonte: nijitsundere, via artist-refs)

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“Don’t wait for permission to make something that’s interesting or amusing to you. Just do it now. Don’t wait. Find a story idea, start making it, give yourself a deadline, show it to people who’ll give you notes to make it better. Don’t wait till you’re older, or in some better job than you have now. Don’t wait for anything. Don’t wait till some magical story idea drops into your lap. That’s not where ideas come from. Go looking for an idea and it’ll show up. Begin now. Be a fucking soldier about it and be tough.”

Ira Glass to Lifehacker. I’m Ira Glass, Host of This American Life, and This Is How I Work.

Quick tip for things to do immediately post-interview:

When I come out of an interview, I jot down the things I remember as being my favorite moments. For an hour-long interview usually it’s just four or five moments, but if out I’m reporting all day, I’ll spend over an hour at night typing out every favorite thing that happened. This is handier than you might think. Often this short list of favorite things will provide the backbone to the structure to my story.

Read through for the gear This American Life uses and its editing process.

(via futurejournalismproject)

This is really good advice, and worth keeping!

(via tamorapierce)

(via kellysue)

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abakkus:

fishwifemcguinn:

hilarydesign:

kurokotetsuya:

same

same

Pretty much

2003:

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2014:

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just fucking draw. don’t compare yourself to other people, don’t stop because you drew a lot last tuesday and you haven’t visibly improved. it takes time, effort, and a lot of perseverance. besides, no matter how “bad” you think you are, there’s still gonna be someone who thinks the stuff you produce is the best goddamn thing they’ve ever seen in their entire life. the artist you were five years ago would have their mind fucking blown by the artist you are today. so just draw a fuckton, because every new thing you draw is one drawing better than you were before.

(via artist-refs)

11AM

how to get an art style

gingerhaze:

You draw a lot. One day, you draw a bit that is sort of different from how you were drawing it before, almost by accident. You look at it and think “oh, I like how that looks.” Then the next time you draw something you try to do that again, only more so. Then again and again until you are doing it all the time, because you like it that way. Sometimes this happens without you really even noticing.

Repeat forever.

(via artist-refs)

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