This short audio/video clip from ‘Hard Eight’ (also known as ‘Sydney’) commentary is not an easy one to watch/listen to: Paul Thomas Anderson reminisces about Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Speaking of pain, here’s the snippet of Paul Thomas Anderson discussing his horrifying experience on his first directorial feature, ‘Sydney’ (aka ‘Hard Eight’), and how he survived and overcame.
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i’ve started to play Dark Souls (the first one) a few weeks ago. Like a lot a people knows and says, it’s one of the greatest game. Can’t wait to play the second one.
I love the way Guillaume draws eyes. And backgrounds.
I’ll be playing Dark Souls tonight then.
Awhile ago a friend of mine asked me what I would do with Looney Tunes. I told him I think of these guys as old character actors. I’d cast them in a bunch of funny versions of classic films and maybe even some newer ones. Here’s what I imagined they’d look like as stock characters in an old jidaegeki.
I actually grew up drawing looney tunes more than comics.
Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.
Happy 20th birthday Hellboy!
Ink and water colour.