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

tributegames:

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At last! As of RIGHT NOW on Steam or here, you can finally get an early access to the Mercenary Kings and join the fight against the forces
of CLAW on Mandragora Island!



I want this! Can I get it? Where can I get it? Which platform??
You are in luck! The game is available as of right…

neo-rama:

mc-burnett:

Whoa, cool, the official Steven Universe Facebook page is up (https://www.facebook.com/StevenUniverse) and they posted your first look at the NEW OFFICIAL designs for the show!  So awesome people can finally see ‘em!

yey!

Some of my friends are working on this new show and it looks soooo cooooool! *o*

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

mattfractionblog:

there’s an ask i’m not going to repsond do directly, because the writer who sent it clearly didn’t mean harm and i don’t want to make them feel bad, or bully them, or set them up for mockery and or being bullied, but —

don’t send your ideas to writers you like. because,…

Same

anamanaguchi:

Over the past month I’ve seen something I never thought could be possible. We’re a mostly instrumental band with no label, no industry manager, no business force to speak of, a small group of best friends doing everything we can to make something we believe in. 

Together, we’ve raised over $250,000 in 28 days, and we have about 40 hours left to go.

Our engineer and my former roommate Gabe Liberti mixed our album night after night and weekend after weekend. He’d come home directly from his job where he restores audio for films, only to come home & stare at pro tools until he slept. On top of that, he had to deal with our frustrating visions of what the songs should sound like - and instead of saying “you’re wrong”, he worked unstoppably on ways to make it right.

Ary & I sat in coffeeshops excitedly talking about the music videos we want to see come out of these songs. Whenever we showed each other new tracks we’d written, there’d always be a seed of a tiny backstory (this songs about waking up with my cat, this songs about a snowy swedish village etc etc.). It drove the production of the record to make it so a song wasn’t finished until we could see that final picture in our heads.

Luke recorded drums for 22 tracks in a two day period. Then we played a show that final night. I think he slept a while after that.

James was up night after night in his basement soldering his custom lighting setup for our first ever headlining tour. Luke sat with him and programmed patterns for the lights too - they also both had jobs to go to in the morning. We’re on tour with the fantastic Chrome Sparks right now, and we’ve used the new lights at every show (I’m writing this in the green room of the Marquis Theater in Denver). They look incredible and I can’t believe it.

Leia Jospe & Alon Shapiro (though he’s no longer working with us) were friends of ours who were taken to managerial tasks; answering emails we didn’t know how to respond to - making sure we were at the right place at the right time, and keeping our best interests in mind. Over the years they’ve been pushing us up and keeping us from falling, whether it’s making sure we have proper distribution for the album, getting press out for videos, or even holding onto a massive balloon in the wind to prevent it from popping so it could bring our slice of Brooklyn pizza through the atmosphere. leiaj we <3 you (also follow her on twitter). It’s been incredibly inspiring to see our friends be so forceful and determined… and even more humbling to have them be using those talents to help us along the way.

What we didn’t know is that this whole time we’ve had an unbelievable amount of support from people we’d never met, or met once at a show, maybe tweeted jokes with, and even people who’d never heard of us at all. The fact there’s been a connection with our weird style of digital pop music at all is absolutely mindblowing. I remember my biggest moment of inspiration was discovering artists like Paper Rad, Nullsleep & Cory Arcangel in high school - people who were using technology to make something both magic and human (though maybe ‘alive’ is a better word). It is a very overwhelming & humbling sensation to feel like we’re a part of it in even the smallest way.

I don’t know exactly the point of what I’m trying to say here is, but we thank you infinitely for your support. Without you, this project would be nothing. Thanks for making our dreams come true.

Also thanks Nate for doing our live sound helping us move stuff and letting me us your laptop to write this <3

with love,
Anamanaguchi