Lost In Darkness And Distance

I'm sorry. I believe that you're the only one of you there's ever gonna be.
Two Claws Up
Ballpoint pen & pencil.
by Josh

Two Claws Up

Ballpoint pen & pencil.

by Josh

beckie0:

This was sent to me! ‘The un-lived conclusion to the Boofle drama’. It’s perfect. It doesn’t make me happy, that’s not the word, but it helps immensely.

beckie0:

This was sent to me! ‘The un-lived conclusion to the Boofle drama’. It’s perfect. It doesn’t make me happy, that’s not the word, but it helps immensely.

Despite some distractions, I managed to finish the new opening title sequence for my dream vlog YouTube channel!

A Mad Professor/Scientist I drew a few days ago.  I used a Uniball pen for this one.  I love Uniball pens.  They glide on paper like ice skates over a frozen pond.  Shut up, Josh.  You could’ve just said you loved ‘em.  You didn’t have to go for the corny analogy.  
Background gradient was done with computer.

A Mad Professor/Scientist I drew a few days ago.  I used a Uniball pen for this one.  I love Uniball pens.  They glide on paper like ice skates over a frozen pond.  Shut up, Josh.  You could’ve just said you loved ‘em.  You didn’t have to go for the corny analogy. 

Background gradient was done with computer.

Okay, I’ve tweaked the settings and preferences of Corel so that it doesn’t crash on me every 4-5 minutes.

The above edit is my first experiment with this editing suite.  It’s me acting out a scene from Unforgiven (1992).  The exchange is between Gene Hackman's character, “Little” Bill Dagget, Richard Harris’, “English” Bob and Bob’s biographer, W.W. Beauchamp, played by Saul Rubinek

A little context:  “English” Bob is an assassin who formerly worked for the railroad companies, shooting Chinese immigrant laborers.  He and his biographer have come to the Wyoming town of Big Whiskey;  a town where “Little” Bill Dagget is the sheriff;  a town where firearms are prohibited.  

I forgot an entire bit and flip flopped a couple of lines which is pretty disgraceful considering how many times I’ve recited this scene for my own amusement….but, hey, it was just a quick experiment.  I do apologize to all of my British followers for my horrid impersonation of the late, great, Richard Harris.

I plan on creating more videos like this - me acting out my favorite movies scenes - and uploading them here…because this is how we do things down in Toon Town

"C’mon, Lyle.  Every single morning, you burst into my bedroom and meow incessantly until I wake up and pet you.  Just this once, I need to hear you meow while my camera is recording.  For some reason, YouTube doesn’t offer a cat meow sound effect in their audio library so, please, give me one meow.  Just.  One."

I did not get my meow.  You can actually see the indignation on his little furry face.  Cats are impossible to work with.

I’ll have to try this.  It’s going to be disastrous.  My meow sounds like a vinyl record being played on a turntable that’s dying… 

infinity-comics:

Two-FaceDark Victory #11 (October 2000)"Passion"Art by Tim Sale

infinity-comics:

Two-Face
Dark Victory #11 (October 2000)
"Passion"
Art by Tim Sale