Anonymous asked:

Are you a Scott Pilgrim fan?

royalboiler:

yeah I know O’Malley from way back. I met him, along with Corey Lewis and Locke back in like 2000. I did his author portrait in one of the SP books the lady evil ex is reading king city in another book. and here’s a talk me Mal and Adam Warren did with Mr Inkstuds here.

I’ve read a chunk of his new book and I really like it. 

reblogging asks seems weird but hi

declare-this-an-emergency:

Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Playlists taken from the 3rd, 5th and 6th book.
Some real good stuff here. Especially the songs by Spoon, Joel Plaskett and Neko Case. Check it out.
The other books don’t have playlists which is a shame as most of the albums and songs are really good.

I didn’t have a playlist for every book. The last book isn’t even a playlist, it’s just a list of albums that I like. There wasn’t a scientific process here or anything. I just listened to music and sometimes it became a specific playlist and sometimes it was just a jumble.
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declare-this-an-emergency:

Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Playlists taken from the 3rd, 5th and 6th book.
Some real good stuff here. Especially the songs by Spoon, Joel Plaskett and Neko Case. Check it out.
The other books don’t have playlists which is a shame as most of the albums and songs are really good.

I didn’t have a playlist for every book. The last book isn’t even a playlist, it’s just a list of albums that I like. There wasn’t a scientific process here or anything. I just listened to music and sometimes it became a specific playlist and sometimes it was just a jumble.
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declare-this-an-emergency:

Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Playlists taken from the 3rd, 5th and 6th book.
Some real good stuff here. Especially the songs by Spoon, Joel Plaskett and Neko Case. Check it out.
The other books don’t have playlists which is a shame as most of the albums and songs are really good.

I didn’t have a playlist for every book. The last book isn’t even a playlist, it’s just a list of albums that I like. There wasn’t a scientific process here or anything. I just listened to music and sometimes it became a specific playlist and sometimes it was just a jumble.
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declare-this-an-emergency:

Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Playlists taken from the 3rd, 5th and 6th book.

Some real good stuff here. Especially the songs by Spoon, Joel Plaskett and Neko Case. Check it out.

The other books don’t have playlists which is a shame as most of the albums and songs are really good.

I didn’t have a playlist for every book. The last book isn’t even a playlist, it’s just a list of albums that I like. There wasn’t a scientific process here or anything. I just listened to music and sometimes it became a specific playlist and sometimes it was just a jumble.

jim-ramone:

No longer an unfinished poster concept, I completed the sketch posted by Bryan Lee O’Malley a few days ago. I wasn’t sure what to put in the blank space, so I tried to make it symmetrical. I think it looks pretty cool. Taking into account the poor inking and lack of Photoshop skills.

Cute!!

If anyone else wants to take a stab at it, the unfinished poster concept is here: http://radiomaru.tumblr.com/post/57713684249/unfinished-poster-concept-late-2010

FYI, it was originally intended to represent volume 3+4, so I was planning to have Roxie, Mr Chau and Lisa on the right side (and maybe others). But this is very cool.

radiomaru:

feels like i just spent way too much of my saturday making this animated gif of Ramona’s hairstyles

this animated gif is over a year old now and still keeps getting tumblr notes. and every time i see someone repost it without credit it gets like a hundred notes too. very interesting, tumblr culture

studiojfish:

Here’s a scan from my copy of Scott Pilgrim volume 3. I first met Bryan Lee O’Malley at San Diego Comic-Con 2006 at the Oni Press booth. I had met Corey Lewis a year before at the Alternative Press Expo 2005 (also at the Oni Press booth) where he introduced me to Scott Pilgrim. When I met Bryan in 2006 I was still drawing a lot of doodles of myself, comics about me and fantasy style self portraits. Naturally, being so vain, I asked Bryan if he would draw me with his signature. He was very kind to take my request considering he had a long line of people behind me still to meet and sign.Somehow, incredibly, seven years later, I am about to begin working as Bryan’s art assistant in his next book “Seconds”. From the moment he invited me to work for him to now, I’m still kind of in shock. I keep thinking about our first meeting and the kind of work I was making and the life I was living and all the changes and work that’s been done since then and I just feel so fortunate. I’m really looking forward to making great work for Bryan and for all the readers and fans who will enjoy Seconds. I plan to put every ounce of experience gained and knowledge learned over these last seven years into this book.

My art assistant for Seconds, Jason Fischer… He’s awesome :3
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studiojfish:

Here’s a scan from my copy of Scott Pilgrim volume 3. I first met Bryan Lee O’Malley at San Diego Comic-Con 2006 at the Oni Press booth. I had met Corey Lewis a year before at the Alternative Press Expo 2005 (also at the Oni Press booth) where he introduced me to Scott Pilgrim. When I met Bryan in 2006 I was still drawing a lot of doodles of myself, comics about me and fantasy style self portraits. Naturally, being so vain, I asked Bryan if he would draw me with his signature. He was very kind to take my request considering he had a long line of people behind me still to meet and sign.

Somehow, incredibly, seven years later, I am about to begin working as Bryan’s art assistant in his next book “Seconds”. From the moment he invited me to work for him to now, I’m still kind of in shock. I keep thinking about our first meeting and the kind of work I was making and the life I was living and all the changes and work that’s been done since then and I just feel so fortunate. I’m really looking forward to making great work for Bryan and for all the readers and fans who will enjoy Seconds. I plan to put every ounce of experience gained and knowledge learned over these last seven years into this book.

My art assistant for Seconds, Jason Fischer…

He’s awesome :3