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steveyurko:

Well, well, well, looks like I’m back in Washington DC once again for Awesome Con!  I’ll be alongside my favorite dude, The Dude!  How would you like to be immortal my friends?  Then make sure to swing by Artist Alley and go straight to Table K11!  Do it or we’ll send you to the next dimension!

Come see me n’ steveyurko at Awesomecon this weekend!

steveyurko:

Well, well, well, looks like I’m back in Washington DC once again for Awesome Con!  I’ll be alongside my favorite dude, The Dude!  How would you like to be immortal my friends?  Then make sure to swing by Artist Alley and go straight to Table K11!  Do it or we’ll send you to the next dimension!

Come see me n’ steveyurko at Awesomecon this weekend! Source: steveyurko

earwolf:

The Wit and Wisdom of the West with Dalton Wilcox

Andy Daly and Matt Gourley kick things off with a bang as they bring us the first podcast pilot hosted by Poet Laureate of the West Dalton Wilcox. Expect a true story from Dalton’s week out on the range, a chat with Rustle Shine, the city slickin’ publisher of his book “You Must Buy Your Wife At Least As Much Jewelry As You Buy Your Horse and Other Poems and Observations, Humorous and Otherwise, From a Life on The Range,” a Cowboy Poetry Workshop with fellow cowboy poets Sally Jespa & Bartleby Mokay, and music from one of the best Country Western bands in the world, The (Goddamned) Journeymen. Make sure to head over to earwolf.com/dalton to participate in the Dalton Wilcox Book Store Challenge and grab yourself The Journeymen’s album “Mount Us More” over at http://gosuperego.bandcamp.com/album/mount-us-more! If you’re in Los Angeles, don’t mss a LIVE taping of The Andy Daly Podcast Pilot Project with Irish storyteller Patrick McMahon on Tuesday, March 11th at Molly Malone’s Irish Pub. Go to http://www.mollymalonesla.com/ for more info!

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If I had to pick an actual favorite CP9 member, it would probably be Fukurou. His fight with Franky is awesome (and my favorite of the matchups), his design is by far the wackiest, and like all the best One Piece characters, he has a weird speech tick.
For viruul's One Piece Art Collaboration on Twitter. There are still spots left!!

If I had to pick an actual favorite CP9 member, it would probably be Fukurou. His fight with Franky is awesome (and my favorite of the matchups), his design is by far the wackiest, and like all the best One Piece characters, he has a weird speech tick.

For viruul's One Piece Art Collaboration on Twitter. There are still spots left!!

Here’s a witch doctor for Witchsona Week or whatever

Here’s a witch doctor for Witchsona Week or whatever

Here’s the Parental Kangashark for cheesycrocs' Mother 3 Art Collaboration on Twitter. I kinda went on a binge and decided to sign up for several collabs at once, but I don't care, it's been fun!!
The Mother series is known for having wacked out character and enemy designs, and with the inclusion of the chimeras in Mother 3, it opened up a new door for possibilities. The Kangashark was one of the ones that stuck out to me the most. Definitely a dangerous creature, but look how happy she is!

Here’s the Parental Kangashark for cheesycrocs' Mother 3 Art Collaboration on Twitter. I kinda went on a binge and decided to sign up for several collabs at once, but I don't care, it's been fun!!

The Mother series is known for having wacked out character and enemy designs, and with the inclusion of the chimeras in Mother 3, it opened up a new door for possibilities. The Kangashark was one of the ones that stuck out to me the most. Definitely a dangerous creature, but look how happy she is!

Freeza.
As much as I give DBZ a lot of flack for it’s pacing issues, especially the Freeza story arc, I love this guy. He’s like a gentlemanly lizard psychopath. Committing planetary genocide and killing the primary antagonist’s best friend put him in a pretty high tier as far as anime villains go. And his seiyuu (Ryusei Nakao) is flawless. Completely perfect.
This piece was for joelliirancher's Dragon Ball Art Collaboration  on Twitter. Go join.

Freeza.

As much as I give DBZ a lot of flack for it’s pacing issues, especially the Freeza story arc, I love this guy. He’s like a gentlemanly lizard psychopath. Committing planetary genocide and killing the primary antagonist’s best friend put him in a pretty high tier as far as anime villains go. And his seiyuu (Ryusei Nakao) is flawless. Completely perfect.

This piece was for joelliirancher's Dragon Ball Art Collaboration  on Twitter. Go join.

Kumadori wasn’t ever my favorite member of CP9. But recently he’s risen pretty high up there. I finally got around to watching the dub of his fight with Chopper and his english voice actor does a tremendous job. He gets really terrifying at one point, and I wanted to capture that here. Kinda funny how One Piece can make a guy who turns his hair into finger guns scary.
Once again, for the 5th time (WOW) here’s a contribution for viruul's massive One Piece Art Collaboration. I feel lucky to have done so many thus far. It's been really fun, and a really good exercise in experimenting with color.

Kumadori wasn’t ever my favorite member of CP9. But recently he’s risen pretty high up there. I finally got around to watching the dub of his fight with Chopper and his english voice actor does a tremendous job. He gets really terrifying at one point, and I wanted to capture that here. Kinda funny how One Piece can make a guy who turns his hair into finger guns scary.

Once again, for the 5th time (WOW) here’s a contribution for viruul's massive One Piece Art Collaboration. I feel lucky to have done so many thus far. It's been really fun, and a really good exercise in experimenting with color.

I hope I’m not late to the party

Montblanc Cricket, while being a secondary character, is probably one of the characters that represents what One Piece stands for the most. His obsession with the notion of romance is pretty much the driving point behind the Great Pirate Era. He’s also a badass.
This was done for viruul's One Piece Collaboration project and I really can't believe nobody had picked him yet.

Montblanc Cricket, while being a secondary character, is probably one of the characters that represents what One Piece stands for the most. His obsession with the notion of romance is pretty much the driving point behind the Great Pirate Era. He’s also a badass.

This was done for viruul's One Piece Collaboration project and I really can't believe nobody had picked him yet.

Whenever we do a “top 5 villains” segment on the podcast (it’s happened like twice I think), Wapol is always close to the top for me. He’s a real bastard and there’s really no motivation behind his actions other than the fact that he’s a selfish, spoiled asshole. Which is a big contrast against all these other villains with big plans that could shake the world.
This was done for viruul's One Piece Collaboration project and I had a lot of fun doing it.

Whenever we do a “top 5 villains” segment on the podcast (it’s happened like twice I think), Wapol is always close to the top for me. He’s a real bastard and there’s really no motivation behind his actions other than the fact that he’s a selfish, spoiled asshole. Which is a big contrast against all these other villains with big plans that could shake the world.

This was done for viruul's One Piece Collaboration project and I had a lot of fun doing it.