Rosemary Van Deuren

Writer

"Mary stirred slightly and Harry held his head with his hands and moaned. The nightmare wasn’t always exactly the same but after it was over it always seemed as if it had been." —Hubert Selby Jr., Last Exit to Brooklyn (Strike)

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.

alexanderbarattin:

An experimental painting from this weekend.

This was all a happy accident, I ended up trying to wash off my original painting a third of the way through and I got this really neat glaze-y underpainting happening so I started picking out areas to define. Turned out rather nicely!

Acrylic, 12 x 12”. This is a 2 color palette plus white. I want to say the colors were cad orange medium and cerulean blue but I was using “student-grade” paint with very little actual pigment. It was actually really fun to use because it was a little unpredictable and very thin, making it a great candidate for glaze experimentation.

Don’t let anyone tell you you need expensive materials to make nice things!

Haven’t been feeling so great lately, & yesterday was by far the worst. So I’m comatose on the couch today re-watching Orange Is the New Black episodes ‘cause I’m too wrecked too move. #Sick

Haven’t been feeling so great lately, & yesterday was by far the worst. So I’m comatose on the couch today re-watching Orange Is the New Black episodes ‘cause I’m too wrecked too move. #Sick

When you read Jean-Paul Sartre and Hubert Selby Jr. at the same time, you realize they are not really as different as you might have originally thought.

I just knew I would get official Jezebel credit one of these days ;) From the “I Am Divine” documentary credits!

I just knew I would get official Jezebel credit one of these days ;) From the “I Am Divine” documentary credits!

Complete and unabridged.

In 2014, women with phones in their names, that they own, will use internet access that they paid for, with their jobs, to freely post their own opinions in public forum, without fear of repercussion, about how they don’t need feminism. And first-wave feminists will be all like, “You’re welcome ASSHOLES.”

Usagi and the Treasure of Tengu Mountain!

guydavisart:

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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

Big news … soon!

Big news … soon!

Girls on film.

Girls on film.

hazelbun:

#Selfie

Hazel has gotten hold of my phone, again.

hazelbun:

#Selfie

Hazel has gotten hold of my phone, again.

The Age of Reason


"Still, do you know what I believe? That you are beginning to sterilize yourself a little. I thought of that today. Everything is so neat and tidy in your mind; it smells of clean linen; it’s as though you had just come out of a drying room. But there’s a want of shade. There’s nothing useless, or hesitant, or underhand about you now. It’s all high noon. And don’t tell me this is all for my benefit. You’re moving down your own incline…"

—Jean-Paul Sartre

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

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