jasonrbradshaw:

LocksSeriously, my hair really is starting to get pretty long.

Reblog for those who might have missed it yesterday

jasonrbradshaw:

Locks

Seriously, my hair really is starting to get pretty long.

Reblog for those who might have missed it yesterday

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The Mountain Goats - The Best Ever Death Metal Band Out Of Denton (live, piano)

Last night I finished reading John Darnielle’s book he wrote for the 33 1/3 series, Master of Reality, after the Black Sabbath album of the same name. It’s about a teenager locked up in a psych ward writing in a diary his Councillors have encouraged him to write in. Being sixteen, he talks a lot about his world, who he is, by trying to explain to his Councillors where’s he’s coming from through talking about this album. It’s a really great read, and really struck a chord with me for reasons I’m still trying to digest. Anyway, this song, from what I’ve gathered reading about the book online, is a sort of prequel to the book, certainly thematically, and it’s wonderful <3

LocksSeriously, my hair really is starting to get pretty long.

Locks

Seriously, my hair really is starting to get pretty long.

Hey, Toronto folks! Zine Dream is coming up soon! I&#8217;ll be tabling at the zine fair, but also taking part in a panel discussion about the process of writing comics, titled Writing VS. Art: Where do comics begin with the lovely cartoonists Kat Verhoeven, Patrick Kyle, and E Howey. Here&#8217;s the brief: 
There are as many ways to make comics as there are individuals, but can they be broken down to reflect a person’s motives to create meaning as a writer or an artist first? For some, a script must be crafted prior to layouts, thumbnails, drawings — for others, an idle drawing becomes a scene, a scene becomes a narrative, and the story unfolds before they realize where it’s going. Still others can’t create a comic without a clear and driving deeper purpose. Creators Kat Verhoeven, Jason Bradshaw, Patrick Kyle, and E Howey discuss the pieces of the puzzle necessary to complete a comic, and how their practices differ in shape, size, and intent.We&#8217;re all coming at comics from different directions, so I think it could be  a really interesting discussion. Come check it out!http://zinedream.com/

Hey, Toronto folks! Zine Dream is coming up soon! I’ll be tabling at the zine fair, but also taking part in a panel discussion about the process of writing comics, titled Writing VS. Art: Where do comics begin with the lovely cartoonists Kat Verhoeven, Patrick Kyle, and E Howey. Here’s the brief:

There are as many ways to make comics as there are individuals, but can they be broken down to reflect a person’s motives to create meaning as a writer or an artist first? For some, a script must be crafted prior to layouts, thumbnails, drawings — for others, an idle drawing becomes a scene, a scene becomes a narrative, and the story unfolds before they realize where it’s going. Still others can’t create a comic without a clear and driving deeper purpose. Creators Kat Verhoeven, Jason Bradshaw, Patrick Kyle, and E Howey discuss the pieces of the puzzle necessary to complete a comic, and how their practices differ in shape, size, and intent.

We’re all coming at comics from different directions, so I think it could be  a really interesting discussion. Come check it out!

http://zinedream.com/

Quit what you don&#8217;t love
Going through piles of old drawings and scraps today and came across this. Drawn in, I think, the summer of 2011 when I was a damn mess at the time and trying to work my way through it. Don&#8217;t think I&#8217;ve ever shown this to anybody.

Quit what you don’t love

Going through piles of old drawings and scraps today and came across this. Drawn in, I think, the summer of 2011 when I was a damn mess at the time and trying to work my way through it. Don’t think I’ve ever shown this to anybody.

ShelterCurrently in court with my previous landlord over issues of property neglect and abuse, while simultaneously being evicted by my current landlord through bogus reasoning because he wants to raise the rent. Seriously, all landlords are bastards.

Shelter

Currently in court with my previous landlord over issues of property neglect and abuse, while simultaneously being evicted by my current landlord through bogus reasoning because he wants to raise the rent. Seriously, all landlords are bastards.

Conflict

Conflict

I&#8217;ve been having the worst sort of creative block lately but I&#8217;m back at the drawing board in full force today. New comic coming atcha soon &lt;3

I’ve been having the worst sort of creative block lately but I’m back at the drawing board in full force today. New comic coming atcha soon <3

Also, this.

Idle Thoughts - Fucking trash cans

Idle Thoughts - Fucking trash cans