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Oh Saturday Night, what has become of youuuuuu?  New post at books4boomboom.com

Ping Pong always causes a ruckus with the newphews

It is said that children do not distinguish between living and inanimate objects; I believe they do. A child imparts a doll or tin soldier with magical life-breath. The artist animates his work as the child his toys.

Patti Smith ”Just Kids

All that is necessary to break the spell of inertia and frustration is this: Act as if it were impossible to fail. ― Dorothea Brande

Hold the story in your mind and allow it to appear.  Daydream, Listen, and Wait.  

Made this illustration after reading Austin Kleon’s Newspaper Blackout poem “Installing a Car Seat on the Millennium Falcon.”

Couldn’t get the image out of my head after many car seat experiences of my own……  

Check out Austin Kleon’s books if you haven’t.  Both books have helped me a lot in figuring out the kind of Artist I’m working towards being.  

After setting someone’s heinie on fire, I never thought I would be invited camping again.  Oh how life throws a soap whale at yah!  New post at http://books4boomboom.com

One of my Bestest BFFs Hannah did these amazing dolls from the movie "What about Bob?" for the Bill Murray Art Show going on in San Francisco.  I submitted a piece as well which I’ll be posting about later. 

If you go to the show, be sure to squeal in front of these two and faint from cuteness overload!! 

hannahasherman:

"Baby Step to Four o’clock"

Needle Felting

Submission for The Murray Affair: The Bill Murray Art Show,

Public Works SF

It’s a MA-A-AN!!!!!!
I seriously cannot get enough Linda Lark!  Vintage Romance Comics are the BEST! eeeeeeee

Designing a Thaumatrope and found this great template that SlurpyStudios made for one to cut-out.  I really love this as it explains visually how it works so you can understand and make your own more easily.  

Big Congrats to my fellow UCLA Animation Workshoper Kate Isenberg on making this cute music video for Alexis Harte for her second year film. Love seeing an animation with so many hand-made elements.  

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