At an awards ceremony at George Mason University last Friday, Stephen King regaled audiences with a chapter from Doctor Sleep, his upcoming novel about a grown-up Danny Torrance from The Shining… <read the full story here>
I’m excited about this book. I was never a big fan of Stephen King until a couple years ago when I read the Shining. I was blown away about the economy of words, and the blatant description. I plowed through the book in no time. So I read a couple more of his books, and was thoroughly addicted. It felt really cheezy, like I was selling out all my love for Dostoyevski and Hemmingway… Then I read Steven King’s “On Writing”. (if you haven’t read it, and are a writer of any kind, go out and buy it now!) Man, that was it… this guy is a genius up there with the all time greats. His ideas are amazing, and his craft is impeccable. I recon he doesn’t get the deserved respect because of the genre he writes in, but hey, what great things he’s done for the genre both in books and in movies! redrum…
This is the photo stream of a photographer that doesn’t have much to say for himself in words, but plenty to show in his photos. I’m really into the locations with filming in mind. Great stuff… <you can see the rest of his work here>
Hell has taken over the Earth, led by the evil Count Draculon, and the human resistance is utterly crushed. Until one dying soldier gets transformed into the ultimate engine of vengeance… Manborg! Uh, what? <read about it here> @ <http://io9.com/>
Yeah, that is a movie from 2011… I’m curiously drawn to it. Might have something to do with a villain named Count Draculon. Sorry, but I’m so there!
Here you can see my works distributed on thematic albums. I have dolls, toys, as well as certain types of design. shop where are my toys:http://boontart.ru/ also sometimes my toys at the store on World Cinema China-town… <see more characters here>
There are some great creature designs here. The page is in russian, which makes it a little more difficult. Tell you what though, this artist has an amazing sense of character design! I’m in love with these little critters!
James Cameron’s 1986 filmAliens contains a fascinating exploration of the way Western culture has traditionally aligned feminine characteristics onto nature while masculine characteristics have been aligned with civilisation. However, far from the more clear cut representation of this dichotomy that Cameron would later explore inAvatar(2009), where feminine/nature equalled good and masculine/civilisation equalled bad, Aliens has a more complex exploration by presenting two extremes of femininity with masculinity caught in the crossfire in the middle… <read the full article here> @ <http://blog.cinemaautopsy.com/>
WOOOoooooo, love the alien(s)… Both are classics, and we’re using them as benchmarks for Rangda. Love the line of “Alien is the best haunted house movie ever.” Completely sums it up.
Synectic is an online creative showcase of freelance designer and illustrator Wojciech Pijecki. Wojciech’s been working for many clients worldwide, meanwhile constantly co-operating with Envato Network. He is a member of Slashthree art collective and a part Grapetree group. <see all the work here> @ <http://www.behance.net>
Unfortunately the pics are all locked up nice and tight so I can’t show you a sample that is the goodness of this photography. So you’ll have to trust me and go check them out. All the work is fantastic, but I mostly enjoy the moods of the location shots. Very cinematic in tone… love the vibe!
Imaginary Friends Studios was founded by friends, Stanley “Artgerm” Lau, one of the top artists on Deviantart.com with close to 6 million page; Kendrick “Kunkka” Lim, a game designer who worked previously at a Tokyo-based game studio; and Kai “Ukitakumuki” Lim, who at 19 had already art directed two major game mods for Half-Life 2 including Hull Breach and Nuclear Dawn.
Imaginary is much more than a concept art, comics and illustration studio. With its “By-artists-for-artists” mantra and its small but ever-increasing cult-like online fan following, Imaginary truly represents a next-gen creative approach to the creative business by hot-housing its established and fresh new talents, delivering creative services and content to a global audience. <read all about them, and check out their work here>
Wow, really cool vibe. Bit of a collective of concept artists… definitely have to hook up with them!
On December 10, 1959, Ernest Fisk of the American embassy in Kathmandu delineated the Nepalese government’s regulations on any mountaineer’s interactions with the yeti… <read the full post here> @ <http://io9.com/>
Nothing like good ol’ 50’s conspiracy… Everyone loves sasquatch!