"Words & Pictures" hosts SW Conser (hair/mug), and Bill Dodge (Baseball cap) join myself and Jeremy Joseph of bigboycards for a little chat and some steaming hot amphetamines.
"Words & Pictures", an incredible radio show about comics and cartoons, , produced by the amazing S.W. Conser and Mister Bill Dodge, is scheduled to air today at 10:30am on KBOO (90.7fm) featuring guest Jack Ohman, editorial cartoonist for the Oregonian. Past interviews have included Bill Plympton, David Chelsea, Shannon Wheeler, Mike Russell of CulturePulp fame, to name a few.
Tune in online! Shows are not archived..(as of yet)
Ever tried to update a blog at either 9am, around noon, or 5pm?
Blogger gets hammered, (and goes down on occasion) - and makes updates impossible. This monkey has moved on to MovableType, installed on my own server..
I'm currently a creative associate / animator geek / animation director for Bent Image Lab, in Portland Oregon. ( i.e.: I hang out, help bid on jobs, drink the coffee, take up space, and draw cartoons) -Yesterday the the boss and my pal David let a few of us sit in on a conference call with the ad agency, while they review some images we sent in while bidding on a commercial. It was great to get a look at what goes on behind the iron curtain, so to speak. Drew the following non-related image while waiting for the call... (click image for a larger popup)
Welcome to the first post of my Tablet Pc Sketchblog! This blog will serve as both a personal sketchbook, -to encourage myself to draw something every day, -and as a general Tablet Pc news and information rant in general. If you're an artist, and even yes, *gasp!* someone who draws and uses a MAC, you owe it to yourself to buy a Tablet Pc, immediately. Don't wait for Apple's high priced version, (Steve Jobbs has been quoted as saying that Apple would "never design a tablet computer." -Due to laughable the failure of the Newton? Almost all the Tablet Pc's have built in WACOM digitizers. Read my REVIEW, of the Motion M1300 tablet pc. It's an exciting time in gadgetry in general, and I'm hoping 2005-6 brings even more innovation in the Tablet Pc world!
Thanks for tuning in!