Pasties! There… Now that thats out of the way (dusts off hands). Matthew Jones from The Noob News interviews Black Mariah, burlesque dancer and master costume & pastie craftsman, on the finer points of Inter-Woman politics, why geeks are avoiding free panty catalogues, and electric light-up bacon sandwhiches.
Over the next couple of weeks we are going to take a look at some of the talented comic writers and artists we spent time with at Staple-Austin over the past weekend. We had a great time meeting and interviewing these guys and girls and want to give you a chance to check out some of their work.
Today’s artist of the day is Space Gun Studios. Space Gun Studio is a Dallas based creative arts studio looking to build a diverse range of creative offerings in both interactive media and print. You can find their work at space-gun.com
From their facebook page…
Space-Gun is a creative arts studio based out of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Studio members consist of Jake Ekiss, Vinh-Luan Luu, Paul Milligan and Matthew Warlick. Though we have a diverse range of creative offerings in both interactive media and print, our main focus lies with comic books.
Here at Space-Gun Studios, we eat, sleep, and breathe comics. With an expanding library under our creative belts, we set out everyday to create a diverse range of titles and concepts from our own creative impulses and experiences. We use various social medias to promote our books and are looking forward into the digital frontier of development, promotion, and distribution.
While Space-Gun’s primary goal is the creation of new creative properties, we also provide our artistic services on a contract basis. All told the studio boasts more than ten years of cumulative experience in multimedia/print design, illustration, copywriting, and sequential storytelling (comics). Space-Gun aims to be a haven of cool art, wicked ideas, slick design and phat rhymes.
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Lone Star International Film Festival is held in Fort Worth at Sundance Square. The festival highlights the very best in independent filmmaking from around the world. The festival has honored such filmmakers as Martin Sheen, T-Bone Burnett, Bill Paxton, Sidney Lumet, Melonie Diaz and Fred Durst. This year
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