If you held a stethoscope against my chest to hear the beat of my heart, this is what it would sound like.
Drew this last night from a sketch. In an alternate universe I am a successful comic book writer/illustrator, and sometimes that alternate universe spills over into this one.
Gus Engle was a creation of mine from a comic book class I took back in ‘92 taught by Clyde Downs. Engle was hired on as a part-time avatar of Chaos (the 23rd to hold that position) after the original Lord of Chaos was destroyed in a random accident millenia ago.
Gus is imbued with supernatural abilities—chiefly he can travel by way of the Collective Unconscious—and his charge is to help mankind not destroy itself. For the most part he’s okay at his job.
Permutationen Von Ich Und Du [1:26:00]
Ahhh! The new Warpaint album is up on Spotify!
I was wondering if you guys would like a painting tutorial/or video?
I gave a quick demo at Alex Fine’s class at MICA the other day and it was a ton of fun! One realizes their public speaking capabilities (or lack thereof) when in front of a group of 30 students.
I’ve gotten quite a few inquiries regarding my process and techniques so I figure if the demand is right, I could upload something. Also it beats sending out a bunch of private messages.
Like or reblog this if this sounds interesting!
otherwise just send me hate mail.
Oh this painting was from the demo if I wasn’t clear about it.
I was reminded by a boatload of tweets and emails that today is the 25th anniversary of the first showing of Mystery Science Theater 3000 on TV23 KTMA in Minneapolis. And then I ran across this cast and crew shot at Tom Noel’s quite chockablock MST3K Temple site. It made me very happy.
These are the folks who gave it its start, but really, it’s the viewers, the fans, the MSTies, that have kept it alive for so damn long.
So thank you. Thank you all. Thank you Chris Cornell and Brian Henry at MST3KInfo.com for maintaining a fantastic, totally fan-made, fan-supported, fan-driven web site. Thanks to all of you who discovered MST through Rifftrax, and discovered Rifftrax through MST. I continue to have a very strange and wonderful job, and I have you to thank for it.
I am grateful beyond words. -kwm
Happy anniversary to a show that’s meant an awful lot to me over the years. Keep circulating the tapes.
Ditto. Literally watching “Mighty Jack” and raising a toast.
This year’s Halloween costume: the zombified Dr. Hannah, enemy of all things living in general and of Wil Wheaton in particular. From the Tabletop episode where Wheaton, Felicia Day, Riki Lindhome, and Kate Micucci played one of my all-time favorite games: “Last Night On Earth.” I’ve got Louise’s chart, my favorite drink (delicious bourbon!), my favorite magazine (Popular Mechanics!), my old favorite food (canned salmon!), and my new favorite food (delicious human patients!). Also a photo of the forbidden love of my life: Latina nurse Maria Sanchez.
My long-time IRL friend Joe gets a nod from Wil Wheaton for his awesome Halloween costume. Well done!
"The Souls of White Folks" - Toyin Toni
Last night, I saw Twelve Years a Slave. This morning, I saw this. And what it did for me is confirm that the only thing that has changed between then and now is the methodology. But the strategy, the gut-level pathology, remains intact and is the American fact.