|Echo Article, College Courses, John Sayles & More|
|From David Mack:|
||#1: RT popgunchaos - Sequart has an article by me about David Mack's Echo and how she is the blueprint for modern man. Sequart.org
In the afternoon figure drawing classes, studying the form & volume & how light hits the figure, while at night studying internal structure
As 17 yrold freshman I took Anatomy & Physiology, memorizing each bone & muscle of the body & dissecting humans. Learned internal structure
#4: RT PULPH0PE - "If you understand how a thing is built, you can draw straight through it."-- Noel Sickels
@dustinharbin Well, it is heartfelt. I think your work is fantastic. So glad to see you doing it so much more now!
@ScottAllie Feels funny, doesn't it? (Not the act... realizing you just wrote that in a comic) Somehow I wrote a scene of that before too
Haha, Dustin, you are a true talent RT @dustinharbin I did another strip about WHAT DOGS THINK (about humping): is.gd/KF7bvN
He'd be great on any comic adaptation! RT @AllredMD "@mrmarkmillar: I really want Duncan Jones to do a superhero movie. LET'S FORCE HIM!"
Just got off the phone from an awesome conversation w @brianmbendis that totally gave me my great laughs for the night
@rosariodawson "They say time changes things. But you actually have to change them yourself" -Andy Warhol
Who's still awake?
Comic books are a wonderful idea delivery system.
Thank u. Working with John Sayles was a joy. RT @LawrencePearce Glad to have helped spark a lost memory :)
#14: RT skottieyoung - That's the best way I can explain how to "find" your style. Oddly enough, it's already there, you just need to stop hiding it behind others.
#15: RT skottieyoung - The only secret to finding your own style is drawing A TON. Put away all the books and just fill up sketchbooks with lines and shapes.
#16: RT skottieyoung - I feel that when drawing starts to feel effortless, then you've probably "found" your style because you're not struggling to force anything.