andrewihla:

disneydissected:

Tonight we’re recording episode three, discussing 1992’s Aladdin, with guest Tanya Burr! Please send us your questions at disneydissected@gmail.com, and we’ll answer them on the show!

Do it! We need your questions!

We haven’t received any questions yet. Please don’t be shy if you’ve got one. :(

andrewihla:

disneydissected:

Tonight we’re recording episode three, discussing 1992’s Aladdin, with guest Tanya Burr! Please send us your questions at disneydissected@gmail.com, and we’ll answer them on the show!

Do it! We need your questions!

We haven’t received any questions yet. Please don’t be shy if you’ve got one. :(

disneydissected:

Tonight we’re recording episode three, discussing 1992’s Aladdin, with guest Tanya Burr! Please send us your questions at disneydissected@gmail.com, and we’ll answer them on the show!

Tonight! Aladdin! Please send us some questions to answer! :D

disneydissected:

Tonight we’re recording episode three, discussing 1992’s Aladdin, with guest Tanya Burr! Please send us your questions at disneydissected@gmail.com, and we’ll answer them on the show!

Tonight! Aladdin! Please send us some questions to answer! :D

Late-night, drinky-times Elvis drawings, with a little color splashed on.
Ink & DigitalJoJo Seames, 2014

Late-night, drinky-times Elvis drawings, with a little color splashed on.

Ink & Digital
JoJo Seames, 2014

otrantocomic:

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*giggle*

*giggle*

Outgoing mail!

Outgoing mail!

cowhatninja:

jojoseames:

My dear cowhatninja insisted that I draw Batman for Baman Day. And so here I have recreated a climactic panel from one of my favorite Batman stories, “The Two-Bit Dictator of Twin Mills”, a 1944-45 tale from the newspaper daily, written by Al Schwartz. The inking and tone was by Charles Paris, and the pencils are credited to Bob Kane, but I don’t believe he actually drew the story.
Anyway, this story features what is my personal favorite Batman villain, JoJo the Flinker. He’s an arrogant hitman who never misses with a gun, which he calls a flink. (One flinks with a flink.) His “mannerism of speech”, as they say in the story. And his name is JoJo. And he was drawn to look just like Peter Lorre, who is probably my all-time favorite actor.
This would unquestionably be my favorite Batman story, but not too long after, the daily also had Batman and Robin dressing up as Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, respectively, in order to infiltrate a criminal’s fancy masquerade party. So there’s that.
Ink n’ DigitalJoJo Seames, 2014

Yaaay JoJo drew Batman!

Rebloggin’ for daylight hours.

cowhatninja:

jojoseames:

My dear cowhatninja insisted that I draw Batman for Baman Day. And so here I have recreated a climactic panel from one of my favorite Batman stories, “The Two-Bit Dictator of Twin Mills”, a 1944-45 tale from the newspaper daily, written by Al Schwartz. The inking and tone was by Charles Paris, and the pencils are credited to Bob Kane, but I don’t believe he actually drew the story.

Anyway, this story features what is my personal favorite Batman villain, JoJo the Flinker. He’s an arrogant hitman who never misses with a gun, which he calls a flink. (One flinks with a flink.) His “mannerism of speech”, as they say in the story. And his name is JoJo. And he was drawn to look just like Peter Lorre, who is probably my all-time favorite actor.

This would unquestionably be my favorite Batman story, but not too long after, the daily also had Batman and Robin dressing up as Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, respectively, in order to infiltrate a criminal’s fancy masquerade party. So there’s that.

Ink n’ Digital
JoJo Seames, 2014

Yaaay JoJo drew Batman!

Rebloggin’ for daylight hours.

My dear cowhatninja insisted that I draw Batman for Baman Day. And so here I have recreated a climactic panel from one of my favorite Batman stories, “The Two-Bit Dictator of Twin Mills”, a 1944-45 tale from the newspaper daily, written by Al Schwartz. The inking and tone was by Charles Paris, and the pencils are credited to Bob Kane, but I don’t believe he actually drew the story. 
Anyway, this story features what is my personal favorite Batman villain, JoJo the Flinker. He’s an arrogant hitman who never misses with a gun, which he calls a flink. (One flinks with a flink.) His “mannerism of speech”, as they say in the story. And his name is JoJo. And he was drawn to look just like Peter Lorre, who is probably my all-time favorite actor.
This would unquestionably be my favorite Batman story, but not too long after, the daily also had Batman and Robin dressing up as Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, respectively, in order to infiltrate a criminal’s fancy masquerade party. So there’s that.
Ink n’ DigitalJoJo Seames, 2014

My dear cowhatninja insisted that I draw Batman for Baman Day. And so here I have recreated a climactic panel from one of my favorite Batman stories, “The Two-Bit Dictator of Twin Mills”, a 1944-45 tale from the newspaper daily, written by Al Schwartz. The inking and tone was by Charles Paris, and the pencils are credited to Bob Kane, but I don’t believe he actually drew the story.

Anyway, this story features what is my personal favorite Batman villain, JoJo the Flinker. He’s an arrogant hitman who never misses with a gun, which he calls a flink. (One flinks with a flink.) His “mannerism of speech”, as they say in the story. And his name is JoJo. And he was drawn to look just like Peter Lorre, who is probably my all-time favorite actor.

This would unquestionably be my favorite Batman story, but not too long after, the daily also had Batman and Robin dressing up as Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, respectively, in order to infiltrate a criminal’s fancy masquerade party. So there’s that.

Ink n’ Digital
JoJo Seames, 2014

And favorite Batman villain.

And favorite Batman villain.

Drawing Batman for Batman Day.

Drawing Batman for Batman Day.

Late-night doodle. I haven’t drawn these dumb kids in, like, a week and I have obviously forgotten how.
JoJo Seames, 2014

Late-night doodle. I haven’t drawn these dumb kids in, like, a week and I have obviously forgotten how.

JoJo Seames, 2014

andrewihla:

Lettering practice.

andrewihla:

Lettering practice.

Yo, it’s Tuesday. If you ask me anything, I will gladly answer!

Fabulous news! Y’all have been asking me about having my artwork on bedding, and now I can say YES! I’m now offering duvet covers in my shop, and right now you can get free worldwide shipping on them (or anything else you might like!) Yay!

Duvet covers: go look at them!

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The Castle of Otranto - Page 82