Ahhhhh the teaser for Kevin McTurk’s new Victorian puppet film “The Mill at Calder’s End” looks outstanding!! *_* Check it out! My partner Guy Davis did some creature concept for this as well.
Awhile back I did a pinup for the upcoming Stan Sakai benefit book “THE SAKAI PROJECT”, where different artists try their hand at Stan’s wonderful Usagi Yojimbo character (always a favorite)! I’ve been lucky to get to draw Usagi in the past for a couple pinup trades with Stan and short story…
6 1/2 hours left on the auction!
Hazel has gotten hold of my phone, again.
Honored to finally share something I’ve have had in the works for a while — my 2-part interview for Louder Than War with musician and engineer, the remarkable Stephen Linsely:
An RIAA gold and platinum award-winner for album production, Stephen has worked with Doom, Public Enemy, Michael Lockwood, and many more. But he is probably best known as the powerhouse bassist of the groundbreaking musical group, The Jim Carroll Band.
In part one of this informative interview, Stephen talks candidly about recording methods and his newest project, his time in The Jim Carroll Band, his friendship with Jim, and the drugs that plagued the music scene during his performing years. Read it at Louder Than War: Exclusive Interview - Stephen Linsley (The Jim Carroll Band): Part One
In the second interview segment, Stephen discusses inspiration, the experience of being a founding member in a band fronted by his dear friend and mentor, the residual effects of the touring and recording mindset, and life after rock and roll. Read it at Louder Than War: Exclusive Interview - Stephen Linsley (The Jim Carroll Band): Part Two
I’ve had Do the Stooge on solid repeat for 3 days in my car, so imagine my jubilation when I found this Chic-A-Go-Go vid. My delight is insurmountable.
Also, I am still getting used to seeing Nobunny in pants.