Time-coded ‘extended’ version of SVËN HÖEK. No music of FX. Dated 9/16/92, five days before it was formally announced Spumco had been removed from the show.
Illustrator Jim Mahfood (aka FOOD ONE) talks about his work and experience tackling the iconic and legendary character TANK GIRL!
Official World Wide Release July 25, 2012 !!!
video by The Indie Workforce
featuring Jim Mahfood and Penny Reber as TANK GIRL
music by DJ Mahf
drunkenly photographed & edited by Steven A. Soria
a promotional video for Mahfood & Martin’s “Everybody Loves Tank Girl” issue #3
in stores everywhere Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012!
video by The Indie Workforce
written & produced by Jim Mahfood
starring Penny Reber as TANK GIRL
Heather Higginbotham as JET GIRL
Callie O’Connor as SUB GIRL
directed and photographed by Steven A. Soria
Music Performed By Friday Night.
Provided By Breakfast.
a promotional video for Jim Mahfood’s signing at TR!CKSTER in SAN DIEGO this weekend July 13, 2012 @6pm
TR!CKSTER is located at 795 J STREET SAN DIEGO, CA 92101
and Food One will be signing copies of EVERYBODY LOVES TANK GIRL
Video produced by Food One & The Indie Workforce
Photographed and Edited by Steven A. Soria
Starring Penny Reber as TANK GIRL
music by DJ MAHF & STEDDY P
Today after school, World War Three….
This film was made as part of a 12 week filmmaking class at the College Internship Program in Lee, MA.
Written by Lucy Moore
Directed by Patrick Toole
Starring Ryan Shembechler
Isn’t Marvel’s Icon imprint basically the modern-day answer to Epic, though? Except it’s mostly just books from Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Millar, and David Mack that come through them, and very little else.
Artist Doug TenNapel (creator of Earthworm Jim, Creature Tech, Ratfist and Cardboard) talks about the struggle each artist faces in balancing their personal artistic goals with the realities of life.
Filmed in Los Angeles at the LaBrea Tar Pits while Doug was taking photo reference pictures for one of his next books, Hixon Bragg. Along for the trip were Doug’s wonderful children.
Also in the video: Eliza Frye (creator of Regalia), Jim Higgins (teacher at Meltdown Comics, Otis College of Art and Design and self publisher), his students Jimmy, Pam and Juan, Eliza’s father Doug (painter and artist) and Doug TenNapel’s wife Angie.
I want to thank all the artists who have been so generous with their time; for allowing my to come into their lives with camera in tow. This includes a thank you to Larime Taylor, who will be joining the artists already seen in this video later this month.
If you don’t comprehend just how fucking crazy fast technology is progressing
I remember our first computer in the early/mid-90s had something like 250 MB of RAM and that was considered STUNNINGLY FAST.
ANOTHER INTERESTING TIDBIT: There is more processing power in a modern smartphone than the entire NASA control room handling the Apollo 13 mission.
I can’t wait until I can have a 50 Yottabyte MicroSD card.