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61651. Susie Cagle recently did a series of comics about her experience...



Susie Cagle recently did a series of comics about her experience working for the U.S. Census. It’s a funny, honest look at one person’s experiences as a small part of large, bureaucratic machine. Indie autobio comic meets Brazil.

And I love that blue watercolour as spot colouring.

She has also been serializing the first issue of her comic series Nine Gallons online. Check it out.



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61652. Winnie the Pooh (2011) trailer

And here’s our first look at the next Disney 2D animated feature: (Thanks, Ed Himmel)

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61653. Moleskine58

While this has been done before, I just had to do one for myself.


Moleskine58 by ~stickfiguredancer on deviantART

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61654. day 316: chicken hawk

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61655. INTO THE COSMOS - Architeq/Chopsy (by Chopsy) Some...



INTO THE COSMOS - Architeq/Chopsy (by Chopsy)

Some stop-motion/pixillation for all the vinyl heads. By Chopsy Animation



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61656. herding cats



Yesterday gave me a false sense of security about school visits. Same school as yesterday: the teacher was great, the kids were lovely, but I really had to earn my fee, and getting the kids to remember any instruction for more than 30 seconds was nearly impossible. To be fair on them, they were almost breathless with excitement about an all-school poetry performance, for which they'd spent weeks preparing, and which fell slap-bang in the middle of our book-making session. It was high drama; one kid who'd done magnificent roaring as a dragon for The Spanish Armada had a total meltdown when his class didn't win, and the whole day was kind of like that.

On the funny side, I've never been so hugged and cuddled; a couple times in the past, the kids have rushed me at the end and done a big group hug thing, but this time I was patted nearly all day. I'm technically not really supposed to touch them (for legal reasons) but there's not much I can do if they wrap themselves around me. It did make me laugh.

I think I might just go take a little nap before dinner.

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61657. OWL SIGHTINGS

If you're searching for an owl in children's picture books, you won't have to look too hard. Owls offer all kinds of design possibilities. Inspired by all the different artistic interpretations of Owls on My Owl Barn, I decided to look through some of my books for owls. It didn't take very long before I found several that I would like to share with hoo, you.




From Green Tiger's Illustrated ABC, illustrated by Peter Mabie,
(From the A to Z Book 1929), Green Tiger Press, 2005




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61658. nevver: Happy Birthday Kurt Vonnegut



nevver:

Happy Birthday Kurt Vonnegut



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61659. UH?


Surprised monkeys.
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61660. Veteran's Day and that Selfish Idiot, George W.

Yesterday I was listening to an interview with a psychologist who treats veterans with post traumatic stress disorder and one about the history of PTSD. The link is here, it's an excellent interview. The rate at which vets are suffering from PTSD , taking their own lives and generally living miserable existences after leaving the battlefield is sad and disgraceful.


Meanwhile- George W. Bush is out hocking his new memoir about how creating a war in Iraq was the right thing to do and how he doesn't have an regrets is just what? Insulting, arrogant and pathetic? yes. He is concerned with how history will view him and is now trying to rewrite it...sad thing is that he will probably succeed...meanwhile, the kids he sent into battle in order to resolve some issues with his father and secure more oil (never did find those WMDs, did he?) are left with lifelong physical and psychological wounds. Nice.

This post doesn't even touch on what the cost to the civilians in the places war was created by this pathetic, arrogant loser has been.



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61661. Winnie the Pooh (2011) trailer

(Thanks, Ed Himmel)

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61662. Street Andy


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61663. Ani Kostova-Bozgovunova: Banjo Pig



Link: Ani Kostova-Bozgovunova's blog

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61664. Happy New Year 2011!

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61665. Argh!!


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61666. What’s up with this 11/11 thing?

In the new age/lightworker’s movement, the 11/11/10 day is meant to be a big deal. I tend to have a more down-to-earth, less woo-woo approach to things, but I like the idea of everyone spending one day to send out the intention or picture in their minds of how wonderful the world could be.

As with everything, you decide if this is all just new age mumbo jumbo or if it resonates. Can’t hurt to purposely think good thoughts that day.

Because I am all about learning and research, here’s links I google’d to help you make a better decision.

Relaxing and calming video about the portal. I love this woman’s voice.:
http://www.lifescapemag.com/11-11-portal-of-light/

A message of just sending out love and light on that day: http://spiritlibrary.com/forum/discussions/channeled-messages-and-articles/11-11

Another video and site. If we create our reality, let’s create a better one that does not include mass chaos and “end of world” visions. http://www.newrealitytransmission.com/

Interesting site on 11:11 meaning that this is a call to wake-up. http://www.1111spiritguardians.com/

Um, out there: http://www.phenomenon1111.com


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61668. Creative of the Week - October, 2010

The following artists were "Creative of the Week" on Illustration Pages for the month of October, 2010.

Artist Marshall Vandruff


Artist Yuliya


Sculptor Kris Kuksi


Artist Emma Klingbeil

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61669. EVHS Holiday Craft Fair prep

prints, calendars, plush neatly tucked in the trunk...
new signage in progress for the freestanding booth scene

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61670. November News

The November newsletter went out today. If you missed it, you can find it here. To be added to the mailing list please subscribe to the right —->

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61671. Marcel the Shell

MARCEL THE SHELL WITH SHOES ON from Dean Fleischer-Camp on Vimeo.


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61672. Look what I found!!

two original paintings from my monsters jump rope series!
I think I painted these when I worked at New Line or something... so 3 years ago?
So cute!

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61673. Beets!


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61674. Today's new stamp set - In The Moonlight

Each day this week, JustRite Stampers is giving away on of my new sets on their blog. Just go leave a comment ON THEIR BLOG (each day has a question you need to answer) to be entered to win the drawing for that day's stamp. Today's image is my new and exclusive "In the Moonlight":

And if you'd like to purchase a set (they make great Christmas presents for the crafter in your life), either visit the JustRite Cling stamps store, or my new "STAMPS" link above!

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61675. A New Illustration Pages Poster for Download and Print


If you read my previous post you already know that about a month or so back I approached J.R. Mounger, asking him to create a cool illustration of a pencil and pen breaking through a skull. I wanted something that I could hang in my studio - something personal that paid tribute to my Illustration Pages site. Well, I was undecided on whether or not I would be offering it up as a downloadable poster to the IP readers. But it came out so awesome I just couldn't keep it to myself. Plus so many fantastic artists have contributed to the IP site I couldn't justify not sharing this fantastic artwork with the IP community. So here's the link to Illustration Pages where you can download and printout a copy of your own poster. Enjoy! And thanks again to artist J.R. Mounger for his great work.

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