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Stefan Grambart | Illustration & Design

plasticfarm:

The second THANOS AND DARKSEID: CARPOOL BUDDIES OF DOOM. Guest starring: Doctor Doom!

Written by Justin Jordan (who has a new issue of Green Lantern: New Guardians coming out this Wednesday and has a new series, Dead Body Road, coming out in December) and drawn by Rafer Roberts (who is currently making Plastic Farm and Nightmare the Rat comics).

You can read the first Thanos and Darkseid here.

Heh.

(via andybelanger)

Welp… turns out I forgot to renew the domain for my old webcomic, Gone to Ground (reposted here). In the meantime, someone’s gone and snagged it, so I guess it’s gone for good.
This is probably a good thing.
As much as I love these characters, the truth is that chances are slim I’d ever work on GtG again - at least not in its current form. The domain and by extension the site, were a constant albatross and now that they’re gone, I feel unburdened somehow.
Back when I decided to put the webcomic on permanent hiatus, the main factor was the production time. Trying to hold a full-time job, balance health and hobbies as well as some kind of personal life was difficult enough without devoting entire weekends to writing and drawing the pages. I had hoped at the onset of the comic that I would eventually get faster or at least more efficient at this, but this never happened. I eventually burned out.
But scheduling was only half the issue. The knowledge that this wasn’t my IP (intellectual property) was a constant reminder that this wasn’t going anywhere. Is that a bad thing? I don’t think so; working on a project you enjoy has its own rewards. I couldn’t help it though… I felt like I was wasting time that could be spent on projects that are wholly my own.
After shelving GtG I did in fact find the time to work on my own stuff, but kept the site around for several years, because I couldn’t let go. But now it’s gone and I guess I am kind of thankful for that.
Weird.

Welp… turns out I forgot to renew the domain for my old webcomic, Gone to Ground (reposted here). In the meantime, someone’s gone and snagged it, so I guess it’s gone for good.

This is probably a good thing.

As much as I love these characters, the truth is that chances are slim I’d ever work on GtG again - at least not in its current form. The domain and by extension the site, were a constant albatross and now that they’re gone, I feel unburdened somehow.

Back when I decided to put the webcomic on permanent hiatus, the main factor was the production time. Trying to hold a full-time job, balance health and hobbies as well as some kind of personal life was difficult enough without devoting entire weekends to writing and drawing the pages. I had hoped at the onset of the comic that I would eventually get faster or at least more efficient at this, but this never happened. I eventually burned out.

But scheduling was only half the issue. The knowledge that this wasn’t my IP (intellectual property) was a constant reminder that this wasn’t going anywhere. Is that a bad thing? I don’t think so; working on a project you enjoy has its own rewards. I couldn’t help it though… I felt like I was wasting time that could be spent on projects that are wholly my own.

After shelving GtG I did in fact find the time to work on my own stuff, but kept the site around for several years, because I couldn’t let go. But now it’s gone and I guess I am kind of thankful for that.

Weird.

troffie:

bonzairy:

Hey everybody, the ‘CLARENCE’ pilot airs Monday night @8:30 PST on Cartoon Network as a special sneek peak. I’ve had the awesome privilege of working on this show for the past year with my good friends, and some of the most talented people I know. Check it out! The complete first season will air this April, and I’ll finally be able to share some of the work I’ve been doing for it.

Catch the promo here.

Guys! Clarence is amazing! I can’t tell you how excited I am for this show, and I feel very privileged to have done a tiny bit of work on it. Be sure to check out the Emmy-nominated(!!) pilot, you won’t wanna miss it!

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!

One of the things I love most about being a player instead of a DM is that it affords me the time to sketch whatever’s going on. Here’s a collage of sketches done during (a few after) the most epic session of D&D Next I’ve sat through!

One of the things I love most about being a player instead of a DM is that it affords me the time to sketch whatever’s going on. Here’s a collage of sketches done during (a few after) the most epic session of D&D Next I’ve sat through!

Tagged with:  #fantasy  #D&D  #tabletop RPG

sandrarivasart:

(Question from my Ask.fm account)

I’ve been asked a lot about developing styles and improving so I thought I would make an advice comic for you lovelies~ :>

It’s so hard to explain about our development in art styles. We may be influenced by the same things, but how we illustrate, express, and think is completely different. It’s not something you can buy or learn in a class.

Remember that age doesn’t matter and it’s never too late. You can draw whether you’re 30 or 13. You’re still young! And there’s no rush. We learn at our pace and should be proud of ourselves for continuing to draw. Not many people realize that art is a pretty tough field and I know a couple that have given up and chosen other paths.

Improvement will happen if you keep on doing what you love. It will take time but keep practicing and months (or years) from now you’ll be amazed at how much you’ve progressed. Soon your doodles that used to take you 2 hours will take only a minute or less.

But again, you have to just do it. This applies with music, performance, or anything else. Tutorials, books, and advices won’t mean anything unless you actually do it.

Don’t think about what anyone will think, if you’ll be famous or not, or if you’ll develop a “unique” style. Just start drawing. Fanart, figure drawing, animals, anime, just do it!!

You will improve and you will create great things. Just do it!!

I hope this helps!

Being naturally talented just means that you’re predisposed towards certain skills.

Jimi Hendrix was a naturally talented musician, but wasn’t born playing the guitar; he had to learn and practice like everyone else. His “talent” just made it easier for him and let him reach further.

Once you learn that talent isn’t a substitute for hard work, learning a new skill becomes a lot less daunting!

(via ktshy)

Apparently, Kaidroid created a dungeon in Skyrim that’s populated by a million chickens, and one alektorophobic skeleton!

Apparently, Kaidroid created a dungeon in Skyrim that’s populated by a million chickens, and one alektorophobic skeleton!

Tagged with:  #Skyrim  #fantasy  #chickens  #skeleton
My character from John Stater’s excellent Mystery Men! tabletop RPG.
The Bronze BellmanA statue-come-to-life and true patriot who’s powers are tied to his mystical bell.

My character from John Stater’s excellent Mystery Men! tabletop RPG.

The Bronze Bellman
A statue-come-to-life and true patriot who’s powers are tied to his mystical bell.

Krix Fouldoom, the pit-fiend. Actually more like the “money pit” fiend, since he’s a slumlord.

Krix Fouldoom, the pit-fiend. Actually more like the “money pit” fiend, since he’s a slumlord.

Five-minute Fiction: 23:25-23:30

far-fiction:

‘What did they call you?’ Balgesh asked through a mouthful of food. ‘I know what we called you, Runelings, but I suspect the other races of men preferred to call you something else, what was it?’

‘Veilcursed, or Veilborn, were the two I grew up hearing. Though I feel neither is quite accurate….

Josh is a good friend, and I’ve always admired his writing. These little 5min writing exercises always leave me wanting to learn MORE about his worlds. Can’t wait for the next one!