I will find my way
I can go the distance
I’ll be there someday
If I can be strong

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tmbgareok:

Istanbul—the real deal

fuck-benedict-cumberbatch:

oeve-at-221b:

my-stereo-heart-beats-for-you:

albus—tumbledore:

32, 613 people understand this. Please explain


What?

nobody say a word

fuck-benedict-cumberbatch:

oeve-at-221b:

my-stereo-heart-beats-for-you:

albus—tumbledore:

32, 613 people understand this. Please explain

What?

nobody say a word

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eiffelart:

Hey y’all! My cover for Regular Show issue 12 is out WEDNESDAY the 23RD of APRIL (!!!!!!) ♥♥♥
If you pick it up, take a pic and tweet it at me!! @eiffelart ♥

eiffelart:

Hey y’all! My cover for Regular Show issue 12 is out WEDNESDAY the 23RD of APRIL (!!!!!!) ♥♥♥

If you pick it up, take a pic and tweet it at me!! @eiffelart ♥

kateordie:

joequinones:

Just one month to go…

joequinones:

Say now, I have a graphic novel coming in 2014.

Written by the amazing Paul Dini, illustrated by me, and colored by the ever-talented Dave McCaig,"Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell" will be hitting stores May 21st, 2014. 

Click through here for more details—

And should you prefer digital commerce, you can pre-order the book on Amazon, here

Above we have a look at the finished cover (sans trade dress) as well as two cover sketches for the book that were not to be.

Really excited to have this coming out!

I am SO excited about this. I got to see the pages! I touched them! They are beautiful and wonderful and I cannot wait!

afrofabulous asked: Do you think that 28 is too old to try to pursue a career in art on your own terms? I wanted to be a 3D animator for as long as I can remember, but when I got to college I realized that going to college for it wasn't for me. The school and the environment was horrible and I was completely uninspired to continue animation. I went to school for fashion illustration after that and I although my teachers thought my art was truly beautiful, I didn't get to finish because I started a family.

benpaddon:

bearhatalice:

bigbigtruck:

(cont.) I became inspired again recently and I have been drawing and sketching everyday (for the past two years) as well as learning animation on my own. I am heavily influenced by your webcomic, but I just wanted to know if it was too late to pursue my dream without school and by myself at 28?

I started TJ and Amal at 31, with a weak art education and zero experience in comics, so you can probably guess where I stand on the matter!

I wish our culture didn’t place such heavy emphasis on “making it” in your teens and twenties; that the (justifiable!) attention paid to prodigies wouldn’t set “prodigy” as the norm.  This kind of BS does everyone a disservice.

If you have a dream and the resources/ability to pursue it, there’s no reason to sit it out just because “everyone makes it by 25.” Because everyone DOESN’T make it by 25. Some do, some don’t, whatever.
What’s more, age can bring experience that will inform your work — work you couldn’t have made at 20 or 25 without that experience.

Sometimes when I get discouraged about this stuff, it helps to remember an anecdote I read a few years ago—
A retiree mentions to her friend that she’s considering going back to college and finishing her degree.
"What, at 65?" says her friend, "You’ll be at least 40 years older than everyone else in class!"
To which the lady replies, “oh, so you think I should wait till I’m 70?”

There’s no going backwards.

Good luck!

James Murphy was 31 when he started LCD Soundsystem.

Jonathan Coulton was 35 when he quit his software job to do music full-time.

There is always time.

I used to think that I was a failure because I’d reached the age of 26 without having achieved any kind of measurable success. I still occasionally think this. But I know that, honestly, it’s never too late to start.

gastrophobia:

"My name is Meatball Head, Darien!”

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didyouknowgaming:

NBA Jam.

Source.