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Imagine a looping lightsaber sound effect, and I think we’ve got it.

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Dave Grohl needs coffee STAT!

Knowledge Drop:

stat may mean:

  • Stat, an abbreviation of the Latin statim, “immediately”, often used in medical contexts

Yeah! You take your Knowledge, Tommy, or no desert for you!

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Good Lord:

I think Tolliver needs some ice cream after that; I know I would. Brutal.

Mmmm. Ice cream.

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Sneaky Gays- Swish It Up:

“Adam Lambert: You’re on the right path, but still too subtle.” That is true. I’m not really sure where Adam Lambert is coming from. With the football shoulder pads and feathers, he does look like he’s about to take the field and drive 70 yards, Adrian Peterson-style, at a moment’s notice. Oh no! What’s he doing? Forcibly kissing a guy? I think I’m supposed to be offended by how much he got in my face about that. Yawn.

I was lucky enough to meet Jane Lynch at a Hollywood premiere a couple years ago (don’t even ask how I snuck into that). I was sauced. She was incredibly nice and personable, much more so than I would’ve been had some drunk idiot been yammering my ear off.

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Finished another page section. It’s getting detail-y-er.

It is almost impossible to describe how difficult it is to sit down and draw these daily, but I’m doing my best. A actor/writer friend suggested Steven Pressfield‘s book, The War of Art (which I cannot suggest enough for everyone), and it describes and names the process of Resistance- basically, that insidious little bastard that keeps you from working on your goals. The book is an invaluable weapon in the daily battle. I’ll write more on it soon, but for now, back to the Lab again.

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Finished the second section of Page 9.

“Will and imagination, tied, the keys to all success provide

Silver and gold, together bound, bring daydreams down to solid ground.”

-Mike and Mack the Snakes, Promethea, Issue 12, by Alan Moore

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Here’s a quick ballpoint pen ‘n Sharpie study of pin-up artist extraordinaire Rolf Armstrong.

Some examples of Armstrong’s stunning work can be found by just doing a Google Image Search.

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