Sooo I also got to work on designing Robert and Rosalind, who you end up meeting pretty early on in the game. I’m only three hours in so I don’t know if their full names are spoilers yet, so I’m playing it safe. :)
The two of them were still in the really early design stages when I was brought on, so I got to have a lot of free reign with them; I’ll be honest, I’d pretty happy rock Rosalind’s final outfit given half the chance.
This is so cool!
Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman showed up at my school today, and it was a pretty damn magical experience to say the least. I wasn’t able to actual meet them, but I did do a couple of sketches during the event. Here are said sketches. I tried fixing them up a little but…y’know.
The work these two have put out through the years has made a huge impact on my life, and I’m so thankful to them and to everyone who made it happen. It’s not everyday you have someone like this happen right outside of your dorm. :D
This was so awesome! Definitely made my month.
Twitter: The Comic is a collection of comics based on the greatest tweets of our generation. The source material is used verbatim, typos and all. Despite the seemingly random nature of the tweets, the comic has reoccurring characters and story arcs that aren’t fully understood unless experienced through a single reading. With explicit permission from the writers of each comic, Twitter: The Comic could be a pretty rad book.
These are hysterical.
HUGE congratulations to John Kahrs for Paperman’s win at the Oscars last night!!! I could absolutely not be more proud of him and the entire team (my neighbors heard so too). Thank you thank you thank you for letting me be a small part of it!!
Here’s a little section of boards I did that were not used - at one point George was fighting the daily commuters and the paper planes helped him get to the platform, but Meg was gone by then….
…I have no idea why the board artists are listed under “screenwriters,” but this idea and story came wholly from John and was based on his experience living in New York.
A very important, also relatively unnoticed, issue about the Oscars is the fact that 500 VFX employees protested outside the Dolby theater today. And how when the VFX award was accepted for Life of Pi, they tried to use the speech to bring up Rhythm and Hues and totally got cut off.
Let’s hope that the sixty bazillion Oscars Life of Pi won will change that and let’s hope they GIVE THOSE LAID-OFF EMPLOYEES A PAYCHECK