He's also in the December issue of Juxtapoz magazine, which is how i found out about him in the first place. It's a fascinating interview, especially because the language is so eloquent. A nonnative English speaker (? yes?) is able to use the English language to more effect than a native speaker, & seems to have more respect & care for the words how they are used. What does that say?
I really, really like looking through people's sketchbooks. Being able to look at them via the internet, while not my preferred way, is the next best thing. There is a link to the site in the blog entry; right now am looking at Chad Kouri's sketchbook (long live analog indeed!).
And speaking of sketchbooks, after more than a year (maybe about a year and six months?), i finally finished my most recent one. Now i have a huge new one. If it took over a year to fill a book half its thickness, how long will this one take...? How much more will it be falling apart?
->Santa Claus Conquers the Martians MST3K
Here's a nice little disturbing thing for the holiday season. And if that isn't enough, here's another: Santa Clause MST3K.
Or, if you prefer extreme weather this holiday season, there is always the season finale of the second season of Stormchasers.
->Am finishing rereading The Return of the King. Remember the Decembers of 2001-2003? Good times.
And then next, back to The Silmarillion. Am especially fond of this drawing. I shudder to think there may still be fangirlish vestiges left over from eighth grade. Gnaugh.
Recent days' sketches
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