Kom och hjälp oss spela in långfilmen Alena!
Vi behöver publik till vår stora lacrossematch mellan Alenas skollag och en motståndarskola. Vi spelar in fredag den 24 okt mellan 13-17 på Källbrinks IP.
Vi kommer ha hemmalag och motståndarlag. De har gröna respektive röda färger. Så ta med er kläder: jackor, mössor, vantar, halsdukar, tröjor i GRÖNT och RÖTT! Och glöm inte sockor och långkalsonger för vi är utomhus.
Det kommer finnas kaffe, te och kakor.
Om ni kan komma OSA “Lacrossematchen” till firstname.lastname@example.org.
Datum: Fredag den 24 okt
Plats: Källbrinks IP, Huddinge
Med kollektivtrafik tar det ca en halvtimme från centralstation.
Ta tåget mot Södertälje C, avgång 12.16 från centralstation, gå av i Huddinge
och byt till buss 706 på Huddinge Busstation mot Källbrink. Gå av Källbrinks IP.
Här är också ett facebookevent:
Script writing all day and all night! Which can only be illustrated by a laptop screen with text on it. But adding fish eye à la 90’s Beastie Boys and a Shunya Yamashita-figurinne makes anything exciting!
It’s going really well, thanks for asking! I might have a first draft for my editor a week earlier than planned. Which I could use, it’s a hectic schedule drawing the whole book later.
Ooooookay! They just started drilling in the walls here. I have to go somewhere else to write.
Looking thru tumblr to find something nice to re-tumbl so that I can write a bit about what’s going on with me… and found this AWESOME MASTERPIECE! I’m in love with a space tiger! I’m gonna print this and have it as my totem for my space adventure comic!
OMG! I just googled Bob Eggelton, the artist, and I think I might have found a genius!
Yes this is him and he’s been awarded the HUGO award seven times! So think about that before you say anything about him looking like a highlander/bounty hunter/power metal mustache man. Which he does and it’s beautiful!
But in other news… Kim W.-related news… I’m still writing the space adventure script and I got the whole story set. Now I’m gonna go thru it a number of times before I send it to my editor at the best publishing house ever, that I’m not to mention the name of yet.
I’ve been talking to my colleague Peter Bergting about how to set up the process of the book. He’s done a couple of books for the same publisher, both his own creations and with other writers. So he knows how they work and what they wanna see. I was gonna do the 120-page book in about 15-page chunks; thumbnail it, draw it and ink it. But now we’ve agreed that I’m gonna thumbnail the whole shebang before I start to draw and ink.
So first out is the draft of the script, the work it thru with my editor while I start drawing thumbnails and designing characters and things. Then start pencils and inks in December!
I’m gonna have to find a proper title for the book soon too!
Space Cat Saturday. Bob Eggleton.
Not sure why anyone created ANYTHING after this painting was made. Nothing will ever beat it. Ever.
Natalia Vodianova photographed by Paolo Roversi
Natalia Vodianova is the inspiration for the look of my new space heroine. Can’t go wrong with those eyebrows! I’m gonna make her a bit chubbier though. Hope she doesn’t mind!
This pic and the Daft Punk Tron-soundtrack is what I’m taking with me to my writing session today at the library.
I’m gonna have to write a story that features this outfit! I’ll send my space heroine to an ice planet or a frozen dimension…
(Source: behance.net, via princessvodianova)
Ain’t a lotta bloggin’ goin’ on!
Sorry about that. I’m working on two things at the moment, one is the sci fi-comic book script and the other is the Alena-movie…
The script isn’t much to show, it’s just words and letters. Who cares about that? You wanna see pictures, right? But it’s going really well. I’ve been writing this script on and of for a year or two. But now when I got the contract signed it really took of, I really have to make it happen now! I’m not supposed to say what publisher it is, but I guess I’ve hinted on it before. It’s the best one in USA…
The movie based on my graphic novel Alena is in the making! We start shooting in two weeks. Yesterday I got to see the actress playing Alena in full make up, hair and outfit! I got all teary eyed… I made her up like five years ago and now she’s standing in front of me, in the flesh. Amazing. I’m not allowed to show photos yet, but soon! We’re making a official Alena the movie-facebook-tumblr-instagram-thingy and I’ll link to it from here.
These are exciting times, my friends! It’s all coming together!
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I’ve had it for about a year and I totally recommend it!
SIGNAL FUCKING BOOST!!!!!
BILL SIENKIEWICZ CORRECTS TERRIBLE ‘SUPERMAN DOES IT AGAIN’ SHIRT WITH APPROPRIATE LEVELS OF VIOLENCE
By Chris Sims
By now, you’ve probably heard all about the genuinely awful licensed t-shirt featuring Superman planting a seemingly unwelcome smooch on Wonder Woman and proclaiming “SCORE!” and that he’s “done it again.” It’s bad for a lot of reasons — blatant sexism, the awful lettering of the caption box — but, as an optimist, I’ve always taken the position that nothing is so bad that it can’t be improved in some way. And apparently, that’s Bill Sienkiewicz’s position as well.
After everyone got up in short-sleeved arms about the shirt, the legendary artist behind Elektra: Assassin, New Mutants and much much more took to Facebook in order to provide his own version of the shirt, complete with a new piece of art for the back that solves its major problems in the way that all superheroes fix things: Violence!
So, this is happening. Gulp!
Anonymous said: Hej Kim! Har du några sidor med robothusor från Love Hurts #25 (var det väl?) till salu? /Karl-Erik Lindkvist
Tyvärr inte! Den tecknade jag helt digitalt. Sorry.
THE JACK KIRBY OF PORN: CELEBRATING THE HAPPY HUNKS OF TOM OF FINLAND
By Andrew Wheeler
The Finnish postal service launched its most successful limited edition stamps of all time last week — featuring a pair of pertly muscular buttocks and a naked man being straddled by a biker. Advance orders for the stamp came in from 178 countries worldwide, and people lined up on launch day like the stamps had an Apple logo on them.
The reason for the stamps’ appeal — beyond the objective appeal of buttocks — was the artist responsible, one of the nation’s most successful comic book creators: the legendary homoerotic artist Tom of Finland. In the first of a very important series of articles exploring comics’ treatment of hot dudes, which we’re calling ‘The New Hotness’, ComicsAlliance explores the work and legacy of Tom.
We are reworking the first chapter of the comic. Here´s a sketch for one of the first pages.
As you can see we’re having a blast.
My mates are making the most awesome Norse mythology comic, Vei! I got to see the first pages penciled today. Looks flippin’ amazing!