This is an awesome video. I love the statement about maintaining a clear, simple statement of light and shadow.
By Chris Sims
Ever since the announcement that RoboCop vs. Terminator was getting the deluxe edition treatment it deserves, I’ve been thinking a lot about crossovers, and the more I think, the more I’m fixated on one of the most glaring oversights of ’90s comics. Against all reason, against all logic, we never got Batman vs. Terminator. That’s crazy, right? I mean, we got Batman vs. Predator three times. THREE. And yet, nobody ever sent a robot back in time to take out Bruiser Wayne.
Now, that has been corrected, in the form of a genuinely awesome five-minute animated fan-film from Tony Guerrero and Mitchell Hammond, with music by Noir Deco, and it’s awesome
i enjoyed this video and wanted to see more of it
I’ve gotten a few asks about this, and there doesn’t seem to be a good, concise, step by step guide about this anywhere online, so I just made up this little mini-tutorial to try and help out some. I had to cobble together this information from all over the web and from calling the IRS (fun!) to request information, etc. Hopefully it helps some people out, and if I’ve got anything wrong or left anything out here, please correct or make additions.
So, Here’s a guide, with examples, on how to file your taxes as a freelance artist in the United States.
Wrist, Hand & Finger Stretching Routine. For those tired artsy hands! When it already hurts to draw (or write), we should stop for a moment and then stretch + rest our hands.
I’m gonna take a break and do this for a moment.
Very good for artists to do regularly. Doing these exercises regularly helps prevent long term issues like arthritis and carpal tunnel.
I think I’m going to put this video on my toolbar and make it a point to do these stretches regularly.