Beauty In A Garden on Flickr.
The Old Style on Flickr.

The Old Style on Flickr.

collegehumor:

This HR dept doesn’t negotiate with Terrorists.

Finish reading This Is The Most Passive-Agressive Office Note Battle We’ve Ever Seen

Best thing ever.

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Homecoming on Flickr.Erin came back, I saw her once, and now she’s leaving again. Here’s evidence of the fun we had when I did get to see her. 
Until next year I suppose.

Homecoming on Flickr.

Erin came back, I saw her once, and now she’s leaving again. Here’s evidence of the fun we had when I did get to see her.

Until next year I suppose.

In A Forgotten Place on Flickr.
Taking a break from posting Impossible Project shots, and adding a medium format photo of Caroline.

In A Forgotten Place on Flickr.

Taking a break from posting Impossible Project shots, and adding a medium format photo of Caroline.

Heavy With Light on Flickr.A shot of Lydia glowing in the daylight back in January. I’ve gotta take some more sunny shots like this. I miss it.

Heavy With Light on Flickr.

A shot of Lydia glowing in the daylight back in January. I’ve gotta take some more sunny shots like this. I miss it.

Lindsay on Flickr.

Lindsay on Flickr.

Midweek Moment on Flickr.

Midweek Moment on Flickr.

A Precarious Stretch on Flickr.
From my last shoot with Jordan. I love when shoots turn into adventures, and moments turn into snapshots like this.

A Precarious Stretch on Flickr.

From my last shoot with Jordan. I love when shoots turn into adventures, and moments turn into snapshots like this.

beckycloonan:

Little comic about how to make zucchini bread in these trying times. Dedicated to CB Cebulski, Mike Hardin, Ming Doyle, and anyone else who sunk my zucchini bread deep within their bodies.

I love comics and food, and since Becky Cloonan put them together, I guess that means I love her a lot. Enjoy.

comicsalliance:

RISEN FROM DARKNESS: CAMERON STEWART, BRENDEN FLETCHER AND BABS TARR TALK ‘BATGIRL’ [INTERVIEW]
By Dr. Andrea Letamendi
Despite all the big publishing news to come out around or during last month’s San Diego Comic-Con, the new comic book that remains most anticipated by many superhero fans — and by others who don’t yet know they’re waiting for it — is Batgirl. Perhaps the one DC or Marvel comic that really does deserve a new #1 issue, Batgirl’s youthful and stylish revamp at the hands of Cameron Stewart, Babs Tarr and Brenden Fletcher was met with massive electronic response when it was announced just ahead of the San Diego show, inspiring countless pieces of fan-art, praise from women readers and pros, and some criticism from current fans for seemingly abandoning the darker aesthetic values of the three-year-old New 52 title.
There’s a lot to unpack about the new Batgirl and we only had a few minutes with her new creative team in which to do it at SDCC. Read on for remarks by series co-writer and layout artist Cameron Stewart, co-writer Brenden Fletcher, editor Mark Doyle, and of course series artist (and, perhaps, the series’ spiritual guide) Babs Tarr.
READ MORE

comicsalliance:

RISEN FROM DARKNESS: CAMERON STEWART, BRENDEN FLETCHER AND BABS TARR TALK ‘BATGIRL’ [INTERVIEW]

By Dr. Andrea Letamendi

Despite all the big publishing news to come out around or during last month’s San Diego Comic-Con, the new comic book that remains most anticipated by many superhero fans — and by others who don’t yet know they’re waiting for it — is Batgirl. Perhaps the one DC or Marvel comic that really does deserve a new #1 issue, Batgirl’s youthful and stylish revamp at the hands of Cameron Stewart, Babs Tarr and Brenden Fletcher was met with massive electronic response when it was announced just ahead of the San Diego show, inspiring countless pieces of fan-art, praise from women readers and pros, and some criticism from current fans for seemingly abandoning the darker aesthetic values of the three-year-old New 52 title.

There’s a lot to unpack about the new Batgirl and we only had a few minutes with her new creative team in which to do it at SDCC. Read on for remarks by series co-writer and layout artist Cameron Stewart, co-writer Brenden Fletcher, editor Mark Doyle, and of course series artist (and, perhaps, the series’ spiritual guide) Babs Tarr.

READ MORE

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lessthanlivecast:

LESS THAN LIVE EPISODE 3 is UP: Bosozuko! - Fraggle Rock, Edward Scisosorhands and an interview with recently announced Batgirl artist Babs Tarr! We talk about her new series, our love of cosplayers, the power of magical girls and making comics accessible.

Rate us, review us, subscribe, buy the catchy theme song!

Although I always, ALWAYS encourage you to buy comics from a brick-and-mortar comic shop, the links below are to Amazon for easy reviews and info.

Graphic novels and trade paperbacks I recommended in Episode 3 include:

Through the Woods by Emily Carroll
Seconds by Brian Lee O’Malley
Velvet Volume 1 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting
Deadly Class Volume 1 by Rick Remender and Wes Craig
Rocket Girl Volume 1 by Amy Reeder and Brandon Montclare
Black Widow Volume 1 by Phil Noto
Batgirl/Robin Year 1 by Various
Batgirl Vol 1 by Bryan Q Miller (which is out of print, but can be found!)

Ongoing series I recommended in Episode 3 include:

The Wicked and the Divine by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie
Adventure Time by Ryan North & everybody cool
Ms Marvel by G Willow Wilson, Adrian Alphona and Jake Wyatt
She-Hulk by Charles Soule and Javier Pulido

Not an iTunes user? The podcast and all its treats are available via Village SoundCast’s website.

Listening to this right now, because I’m always late with the things that I like. I met Babs at Heroes Con and she’s amazing. Can’t wait for the new Batgirl comic.

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It’s been way too long since I’ve photographed Sara, so I decided to practice with the @impossible_hq #instantlab using some 35mm shots I took of her over 3 years ago this month. Where has the time gone? #impossibleproject #polaroid #portrait #600 #film #analogue #instantfilm #filmisnotdead

It’s been way too long since I’ve photographed Sara, so I decided to practice with the @impossible_hq #instantlab using some 35mm shots I took of her over 3 years ago this month. Where has the time gone? #impossibleproject #polaroid #portrait #600 #film #analogue #instantfilm #filmisnotdead

False Start on Flickr.
I had a Kickstarter project fail a day or two ago, and I’m quite happy about it. I always want them to work, but when they don’t I remember how much work I don’t have to do. Always the slacker, never the dreamer. A big plus side (to me) is that I started taking the photos before the project was done, so I have a few extra things to post here since I probably won’t do much shooting for a while. Caroline and I wandered around her neighborhood during the funding period, sweating to death and being eaten by mosquitoes. But that just comes with the job, and you get over it rather quickly when you see all of the forgotten, quiet spots hidden in the corners of downtown. This shot was taken at a house that didn’t exist. There were stairs to the front yard, then nothing; just a plot of land where someone else gave up when things didn’t work out. There’s something to be said for starting a project then failing miserably. You never know what you’ll get from the little bit of effort you put in. ————————scottsouthall.squarespace.com/home

False Start on Flickr.

I had a Kickstarter project fail a day or two ago, and I’m quite happy about it. I always want them to work, but when they don’t I remember how much work I don’t have to do. Always the slacker, never the dreamer.

A big plus side (to me) is that I started taking the photos before the project was done, so I have a few extra things to post here since I probably won’t do much shooting for a while.

Caroline and I wandered around her neighborhood during the funding period, sweating to death and being eaten by mosquitoes. But that just comes with the job, and you get over it rather quickly when you see all of the forgotten, quiet spots hidden in the corners of downtown. This shot was taken at a house that didn’t exist. There were stairs to the front yard, then nothing; just a plot of land where someone else gave up when things didn’t work out. There’s something to be said for starting a project then failing miserably. You never know what you’ll get from the little bit of effort you put in.
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