Every Thursday the gang and I have drawing club. It’s where we get together at whatever house Emily is living at and work on whatever comic/drawing thing we are currently working on. Or we will just draw something.
It encourages us to draw socially. It forces some of us to get some drawing done.
The past two weeks I’ve gone to drawing club right after a 12.5 hour work day. I’m usually exhausted. This is a page of doodles I did one of those days. The comic about butts was me forcing myself to crap out a comic strip.
1919 Hemphill, Ft. Worth, Texas. “Unity Through Diversity”
This DIY collective has been going strong for twelve years (celebrating their anniversary this October), and our experience here was great, despite the low turnout. Plunge and Glasir played a great show as well!
This is cool. On that clipboard you can see a thing I used to make strangers read into a microphone in between bands. You can also see my “smokingin” typo I made with a stencil.
1919 is still cool. I don’t care what everyone over 25 in fort worth thinks.
Over a year ago, some local skateboard folks put together a video called True Grain. I went to the premiere of it where one dude looked at me and said “Who’s this nerd!?”.
Anywho, the video was cool and I got a copy of it. I was weirdly upset that it didn’t have a legit cover for the DVD case it was in. It just had that wild doodle-y looking head drawn on a piece of paper with a Sharpie. I took the liberty of doing a fanmade cover. If any of you locals want this cover, HERE IS A PDF