Showing posts from July, 2015

Movie Review: Ant-Man

I have a deviantART page, which I have a link to above. Sometimes I'll post reviews on deviantART. My dad and I saw Ant-Man, and I posted a review for the movie on there. You can check it out here. Here's a hint about the review: Ant-Man is awesome!

Attention All Artists! Important Information About Copyrights (Updated)

Update: I'm posting an update here instead of at the bottom, since there's a lot of text to scroll through. According to at least one or two posts on Tumblr, one being here, The Next Great Copyright Act/Orphan Works thing is bogus (Graphic).

Works Cited

"Don't Believe the Hyperbole, There's No Orphan Works Law Before Congress." Blog posting. Date not given. Graphic Policy. Web. 30 July 2015.

I'm sharing this from BroHawk, a.k.a. David Williams, from deviantART:

Update thanks to Kenny Gordon:…                                       Thank you Sean Galloway for pointing this out.

Copyright law is about to change
For more than a year Congress has been holding hearings for the drafting of a brand new US Copyright Act. At its heart is the return of Orphan Works
What does this mean for artists? it means it will make it easier for infringers to steal artists works and harder for people who are making or trying to ma…

Monty Python's Gumby Revisited

In a previous blog post, I posted about this artwork. I mentioned that my version of Gumby looked skinnier than Terry Gilliam's version. My version is actually a cartoon interpretation of Michael Palin as Gumby. Michael Palin tends to be very fit but lean. So I think it actually makes sense that this Gumby is skinny. While I'm on the topic of Monty Python, I'll mention that it's the one-year anniversary of Monty Python Live (Mostly) - One Down Five to Go. I bought the Bluray of the live show earlier this year. It's a great show! It was kind of sad when, at the end, it showed "Monty Python" and then what I guess was supposed to be the birth and death year. I was hoping that since they reunited for that show, they might do a movie like the previous ones they'd done: Monty Python's the Life of Brian, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Monty Python's the Meaning of Life. They also did two that seem to be overlooked sometimes. There was And Now for …

Mustang Fastback

Here's a Mustang Fastback drawing I did back in 2005. I think I digitally colored this drawing after I got my Wacom tablet. I also put the title "Mustang" on on computer, rather than drawing it on there when I drew it on paper.

The Master Guide To Drawing Anime, By Christopher Hart

Christopher Hart has a new book available. It's titled The Master Guide to Drawing Anime. He talks about it in a journal entry on his deviantART page, here.

Independence Day, 2015

I've blogged this artwork before but I decided to do it again for this. Happy 4th of July!