STEVE DOES IT HIMSELF
entirely by himself. GLC Chair Steve Boreman had the help of wife
Julie and the crew of the "DIY To The Rescue" TV show.
Here's what you need to know about repairing a spooky floor, creating a
spooky wall mural, installing a polystyrene cornice, and more. HERE!
WRITE YOUR OWN HEADLINE
has just made your job a lot easier*. You simply add the funny dialogue,
Daryll has already provided the humorous artwork in this handy, maybe somewhat
limited, "Cartoon Factory" thingy.
* or automated it into oblivion.
PENNSYLVANIA MAN RAISES
CROP OF CARROT BAGS
If the Internet didn't exist,they would
have to invent it just to show things like GLC member David Coulson's
Carrot Bag Collection.
Take a look HERE, they're good for your eyes.
Rob Harrell doesn't just draw funny pictures of smelly circus animals. The
Big Top creator also paints with smelly oil paints.
Check out samples of his fine art HERE
||BONUS LINK! Steve
Lieber, co-author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Creating
A Graphic Novel" has written a series of short, common-sense dissertations
on various aspects of the craft of comics-making. HERE|
guest link: If you've never seen Michael
Paulus' cartoon skeletal systems, you oughta. HERE!
While the inauguration is
still relatively fresh, it seems like a good enough time to investigate
GLC member Rob Rogers' 2000 GOP Convention Sketchbook! HERE!
Cancer, the online comic strip by Brian
Fies which was previously recommended by The SiteGeist, has found a publisher!
(But, removed from the web.) Congrats to Brian Fies!
Jim Allen's Cartoon Studio is a nifty primer for
our future competition. It gives an interactive overview of the biz in a
fun way. See it HERE!
offers practical and concise words of wisdom to cartoonist wannabes.
SOME DAVE COVERLY
YOU MAY HAVE MISSED
You see his work in Speed Bump, but here's
something else: The GLC's Dave Coverly did the drawings for the
main page of poetry4kids.com, an entertaining site which happens
to be the home of "the funniest childrens poetry on the internet."
Take a peek and get some culture. HERE!
OLD NEWS IS GOOD NEWS
It's not exactly timely, but years later it still makes for a nice
read: A December, 2001 Columbus Today report on an exhibition
of work by four GLC members, Jim Borgman, Tony Cochran, Polly Keener
and Jeff Smith at Columbus' Thurber House Gallery.
I'm not sure I can explain this one. All I know is, as I clicked
the links, I kept finding GLC members, for instance Mark Szorady, Aaron
Warner, Don Lee, Wes Alexander, Randy Rider... Maybe one of them can
fill us in. Or maybe it's more fun to just be left wondering.
No visit to the Internet is complete without a stop at
The Museum Of Bad Art -- "ART TOO BAD TO BE IGNORED."
The SiteGeist is always looking for SiteGeist-type stuff.
Send it HERE.