Greetings from that ever-elusive ninja inter-dimensional traveler, Guardian of Legends!
This is a place for my chaotic mind to dump anything I can think of... but that doesn't mean it can't look radical!
Things that I post about usually:
-Sonic the Hedgehog
-Wander Over Yonder
-Cool animations and art
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Thanks for your time!
Gravity falls = tonns of inspiration
sooo i made smth like a fantheme for Bill
Click on them for a better view yo
for some reason tumblr made the images smaller when you click on em they’re meant to be bigger I promise how do you fix thissss
So if Bipper found that picture of young Dipper in his lamb costume…
Let’s just assume Bill can use his powers when in Dipper’s body k
You’re telling me I still gotta wait 3 more days for an all new Gravity Falls? BAH!
I feel you, stanford.
Short little photo compilation thing I made at the beach a few months ago to the tune of Coldplay’s “A Sky Full of Stars.” I wonder if I could do a whole animation based on this kind of thing.
The third (and concluding) installment in Ben Hatke’s ZITA THE SPACEGIRL series of graphic novels comes out this month – May 13th, to be specific. Ben and I were both part of the Flight Comics community, and I remember the Zita shorts he made for FLIGHT as well as seeing some of his early drafts for what would turn out to be the first Zita book.
Ben does a lot of things really well in all his Zita stories, but there is one thing that I love above and beyond everything else. Ben is very, very good at making charming, appealing secondary and tertiary characters. You can see a little of this in the pages I’ve posted above.
As Zita blazes through the galaxy, each of the many characters she encounters ends up being someone you want her to spend more time with. Whether benevolent, benign, or antagonistic, they’re all interesting and appealing, even when – as seen above – superficially they’re nothing more than a pile of rags and a talking skeleton.
All of the books share this quality. If you haven’t picked up books one or two yet, definitely give them a read. They’re chalk full of the best kind of world-building, and book three – THE RETURN OF ZITA THE SPACEGIRL – continues the trend. It’s a really solid trilogy jam-packed with imagination. If you have a ten-year-old that you need to buy a gift for, oh you’re welcome I’ve just revealed his/her new favourite book feel free to thank me later.
Remember reading the first book when I was younger… even now I am not afraid to admit that this series is awesome and did a lot of things correctly, things you don’t see in most kids books.
Well done to Ben Hatke and all his helpers!
There’s a 7 page preview and a preorder link over at Boing Boing…