|well right now i'm just drawing for the fun but i would love to one day do it professionally|
New Suicide Squad 4 by JPRart
Warner Brothers has begun the very tricky balancing act of casting for the new “Suicide Squad” movie.
The current squad of team members on DC Comics pulls from an ignominious list of shady characters including Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Vixen, King Shark, El Diablo, Iceberg, Deathstroke, Black Manta, Cheetah, Captain Boomerang, and even the Joker’s daughter. “Amanda Waller” leads this secret “Dirty Dozen”–styled team of cons and villains whom the government can activate as mercenaries for risky mis
Night at the gallery by pavboq
It’s been described as similar to the experience of “love at first sight,”
When you meet a person who seems to in every way embody everything admirable, honorable, intellectually engaging, sensually desirable, well–humored… and alive. “A sudden racing heartbeat, dizziness, fainting, confusion and even hallucination” are symptoms you’re
5 Career Killers“Whatever happened to that guy? The guy that drew that thing?seangordonmurphy
Comic careers are like any other career in entertainment: if you don't stay relevant and adapt to a trend, you'll eventually peak and then bottom out. But there are more things that can help end a career. Here's a list of 5 that I've been thinking about lately.
1. SOCIAL MEDIA TAKE-DOWN
The creator does something that somehow goes viral, turning his (or her) readers against him. Bad behavior at a convention, sexual harassment online, or a semi-racist Tweet made worse by bumbling attempts to correct it. Or maybe the creator gets blamed for something innocent: innocent comments taken out of context, or involvement in a controversial project that he had no say over. Whatever the case, “social media take-downs” can harm careers, leaving a permanent black mark on your career.
I imagine this one is the most common: no matter how hard you work—and no matter how much a
Clive Barker: Return of The Dark Mastertechgnotic
His Books of Blood in the 1980s established him as a premier master of the horror narrative, on an equal level or even surpassing Stephen King, who said of him;
I have seen the future of horror, his name is Clive Barker.
Like King, Barker’s works of horror have been adopted and adapted for movies, his stories becoming the basis for the Hellraiser and Candyman series and many more. Beyond his stories being used as source material, Barker has worked as screenwriter, producer, actor and director in the film world.
As with Stephen King, many of Clive
Hack Your Braintechgnotic
Hack Your Brain
Brain Bulb by tiffrmc720
What if any creator could build a powerful and affordable brain-interface device at home?
Ateam of scientists have raised more than $215,000 on Kickstarter to build a simple Electroencephalography (EEG) device that anyone can use to help “unlock the mysteries of the human brain” by measuring electrical activity inside your head. These brain hackers have a radical vision for the future. The device includes a collection of wearable electrodes, an amplifier that measures the electrical activity in your brain and a built in “signal processing
Brian Kesinger: Character Driventechgnotic
Disney Artist Brian Kesinger on Creating Story through Character
Foreword by techgnotic
It is with great pleasure we welcome BrianKesinger as a guest writer to the Today Page Editorial Team. Considering his authentic citizenship within the deviantART community, his thoughts and insights will be of great value to all aspiring artists, illustrators, writers and others involved in any creative endeavor. For over 18 years, Brian has worked for Walt Disney Studios on films like Big Hero 6, Winnie the Pooh, Tarzan, Tangled, Wreck It Ralph and Bolt. Brian is author and illustrator of his own oct