Continuing what is apparently a tradition now… Here are some more fun superhero valentine cards for you to download.
Today’s CollabFriday “What should I draw” is a combination of ideas from Adam & Chelsea. Who suggested Ron Swanson and a gorilla, respectively.
Made perfect sense as far as I’m concerned.
Ape Swanson Pyramid of Greatness Desktop/Phone/iPad Wallpaper
Each week I like to randomly collaborate with whoever is willing. Fridays will rotate reader suggestions (i.e. “What should I draw today”), spontaneous collabs via Twitter w/fellow artists/photogs/illustrators (“who wants to collaborate today), and artist interviews. Follow on Twitter and Facebook so you can participate next Friday!
“When you improvise a plan… sometimes you hit a speed bump,
and sometimes you hit it so hard that you soar through the air, far beyond your initial expectations.”
First person to guess who said this gets a cyber-five!
Ron Swanson’s Pyramid of Greatness. Click the image to see the large version. My highlights: “Intensity: Give 100%. 110? is impossible. Only idiots recommend that.” “Friends: One to three is sufficient.” “Frankness: Cut the B.S.” I also love how he included “Romantic Love” as the only other on level with the major proteins. I’m so glad Parks & Rec is back. Which is your favorite of Ron’s ultimate keys to greatness?
Austin City Limits has to be one of the best and most important TV shows ever (yes, TV can be important)
Considering the long history of the show, I’m a relative newcomer to the audience. The first episode I ever saw was a Widespread Panic. (must have been around 2000-01?)
It was like I had tasted first blood.
Now a decade later, I have so many great memories watching the show…
I just started watching God in America, a PBS Frontline documentary mini-series that’s been airing all week.
That guy who played Ben Linus on Lost is Puritan leader John Winthrop.
Freakiest Puritan ever!
This shot is actually from a really interesting scene about the trial of the colony’s rabble-rousing woman Anne Hutchinson, who was eventually banished for openly sharing her personal theology.
I’m looking forward to watching the rest of the series online.
A woman, late in her pregnancy freezes mid-stride to announce to her partner that her water has just broken
(possibly a wisecrack about peeing her pants or another character slipping and falling in the fluid).
The couple race to the hospital barely making it in time to start pushing.
Somehow in the midst of the mother’s bloodcurdling screams and insults at her doofus husband, the doctor has the presence and expertise to recognize… the baby is breech!!