(Title)Welcome to SICK!
Hello I am Professor Ludwig Von Drake. (Drake seems to be
inside a hallway)
Drake: I am a Scientist, inventor, and all around genius.
Drake: There is nothing I don’t know.
Drake: I am here to introduce to you my wonderful guests to the Scientists
and Inventors Community Kernel or in short SICK. Like it? I decided the name
myself. Soon you will meet the three founders and head SICK members of the
group. Then I will quickly go over who the other SICK members and assistants
Drake: In the first of the three founders and leaders I give you the pleasure
by getting introduce by me is my long time good friend a
After this question was recently posed to me, I thought I’d type up a more in-depth answer.
Ultimately, it really is just a case of: start. There’s nothing stopping you. You don’t need anyone’s permission. Just put pen to paper and let fly.
I think the major stumbling block for people at that early stage of things is the concern that what they put on the page does not do justice to what is in their head. You, of course, want it to look as good as the comics that inspired you to take up the pen. You’ll draw a few pages and decide it’s not worth continuing because your work isn’t on par with the big
There's a very memorable scene in Roger Rabbit where the title character almost randomly breaks out of his handcuffs. When asked why he didn't do it sooner he says that he couldn't do it before because it wasn't funny before. Now Roger Rabbit is a great movie, but that one joke doesn't seem to have aged very well. Since 1989, cartoons have become a lot more story-driven, a lot more in depth, and generally less gag-based. Can you get away with breaking logic or continuity if a joke is funny? Yes. Can you get away with having an asshole in your show who is nothing but a sadist as long as he's funny? Yes. Should you ever, ever do it, especially
Disney Artist Brian Kesinger on Creating Story through Character
Foreword by techgnotic (https://www.deviantart.com/techgnotic)
It is with great pleasure we welcome BrianKesinger (https://www.deviantart.com/briankesinger) as a guest writer to the Today Page Editorial Team. Considering his authentic citizenship within the deviantART community, his thoughts and insights will be of great value to all aspiring artists, illustrators, writers and others involved in any creative endeavor. For over 18 years, Brian has worked for Walt Disney Studios on films like Big Hero 6, Winnie the Pooh, Tarzan, Tangled, Wreck It Ralph and Bolt. Brian is author and illustrator of his own octovictorian creation, the wild
I figured that since it's been awhile since I had wrote a journal entry I should write what is going on in my life.
After being unhappy with the direction and lack of movement in my career and just being miserable I decided to go back to college (a different college this time however) to earn a 2nd degree in a field I hope i will enjoy and succeed at.
Plus being a bit lonely I also decided to try once more in entering the dating world to hopefully meet people that might form into friendships or even hopefully a loving relationship. However mostly trying using online sites/apps due to the bar scene just not my thing plus lack of time as I'm
Being an 'introvert' I wish I could be as comfortable talking to a woman in real life at places such as bars and gatherings and even dating sites as I am comfortable commuting here on DA in comment sections. Wish one day meet somebody fun, hyper, and joyfully special gal that I can feel free to chat openly with (and if she cosplays for fun that would be a huge bonus).
Till then I'm happy to have a form of communication here on DA talking to many people from around the world and having a good time without feeling uneasy but openly able to express my imaginations, likes, and hope others might enjoy when I do make a story/idea in a comment sec
I got a Samsung 2014 10.1 tablet recently and it comes with Sketchbook Galaxy app with it that I like due to having layers, different brushes (wondering if I can add more pens/brushes or if it's set), layer options, some basic coloring, and something I can do some other basics with. However I can't use it while traveling like I had hoped for linearts as my already shaky hand plus travel bumps/turbulence causes my lines to have bumps and go off mark. A app with a pen tool like illustrator or Painttool Sai would be greatly beneficial. I read some forum topics about good art apps (some I might buy and test out) but have not found anything abo