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Archive for March, 2005


I took up Magic the Gathering from my sister. She was an avid Magic collector and had books of cards behind plastic. She was familiar with the names of the artists and read Inquest Magazine; we even wrote in a letter complaining about the lack of attractive men on Magic cards. I’ve met up with […]


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Scooter Ferret

Scooter Ferret

Just in time for a great showing at the Cartoonists Northwest Toonie Awards. A Scooter and Ferret won the Best of the Northwest Cartoon of the Year award, and we also received a Toonie in the Web Comics category. The winner of this year’s Golden Toonie was Rick Hoberg, best known for his work in […]


Scooter Ferret

Scooter Ferret

Continuing the reviews from the Northwest Film Forum: Gopher Broke: Brightly lit and full of color, Gopher Broke was the short this year most likely to remind you of the cartoon studio past. The best reason to see this offering from Blur Studios is its snappy animation; the facial expressions and exaggerated double-takes will make […]


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I’ll get back to reviewing the live action shorts next week. Today I’d like to go over a couple of items in honor of tonight’s Photoshop Workshop: If you’ve been here before you’ve probably noticed that I occasionally put up photo trips. I’ve put up a new page that I will be updating now and […]


I went to the Northwest Film Forum’s Friday night festival to finally catch all of the Oscar shorts I never get to see before the ceremony. I’m going to devote the next several entries to reviewing them. Be warned, thar be spoilers ahead. Ryan: The interviewer introduces himself as Chris Landreth. The emotional scars within […]


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This should be an interesting week… At the end of it, I’ll be hosting a Photoshop workshop for Cartoonists Northwest. If you’re local to Seattle and you’d like to learn more about using Photoshop for cartooning, the show starts at 7:00 this Friday night at the School of Visual Concepts. A $2 donation to the […]


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