Good morning El Moochadores! Okay, so I’m trying to stay away from Star Wars stuff. Well, at least the new stuff. I just keep getting angry and I don’t like that. However, a good piece of Boba Fett art can’t be ignored! So, I’m trying to forget the terrible new film and just focus on cool art based on the movies that I enjoyed most.
So Check out, The Bounty Hunter, from Dan LuVisi. According to LuVici’s Deviant art page this piece might be the start of series of fun Boba Fett stories, accompanied with art. Keen, and I can’t wait to see them. They gotta be better than that awful episode se- no! I’m not going there. Dammit, letting go is tough. Anyways, check out more of LuVici’s art below, but hit the links above to check out his blog and Deviant Art portfolio.
Featuring a Muppet Mash Up and an Unprofessional Artist Ted Talk!
Good Morning El Moochadores. Looks like it’s going to be another beautiful day here in sunny San Diego, and I don’t know, things just feel good right now. So, to kick off this Morning Moo; In honor of Game of Thrones fifth season, check out the wonderful/horrifying painting above by deviant artist DanLuVisiArt (aka: Dan LuVisi). Wow, that is… wow. Powerful. I don’t know how he did it, but LuVisi picked the absolute right Muppets for this gory GoT scene. Excellent work. You can check out (and purchase prints) more of LuVisi’s art at Inprint.com.
How to be an Unprofessional Artist by Zander Cannon
Next up is this great Ted Talk by professional illustrator Zander Cannon. In this video Cannon discusses the importance of honesty in a personal and professional life, and how being honest changed his work when he wrote and illustrated the award winning graphic novel Heck. I thought this was very inspirational, I think it also has Chudd and I thinking of trying a 24 hour comic, just to see what we can make. Now, if we just had 24 spare hours…
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