Another early drawing of Hiro. This is part of a series of drawings that were “slices of life” moments in Hiro’s daily life. I always imagined him to be constantly multi-tasking: watching anime, eating ramen, and doing his homework. I’m sure many of you relate!! : D
This is from a AWN article about the design of the film: http://www.awn.com/animationworld/conceptualizing-disneys-big-hero-6
—12/09/14: Megan Pickering - feminist working class vegan bisexual dyslexic artist
Trigger warnings for suicide, domestic violence, miscarriage/abortion, rape, violence against women
Today Jack and Daniel are joined by artist Megan Pickering. Megan is vegan, feminist, working class, northern and bisexual. Among other things. Megan talks about her art which deals with sexual, physcial and mental abuse. Megan also discusses intersecionality, being subversive and challenging assumptions. ALSO First Time Sex, Feminist Frequency, gaming misogyny.
Follow Megan on tumblr
Apologies for the annoying beeping - we really need to buy batteries for our fire alarm.
YouTube - Feminist Frequency: Women as Background Decoration: Part 2 - Tropes vs Women in Video Games
YouTube - Anita Sarkeesian at TEDxWomen 2012
Reviews of Megan’s work:
“Seeking response from an unknown audience is the strength of this piece (She Never Shed a Tear Nor Voiced a Single Complaint), while highlighting the media coverage on gender issues. Her methodology of amplifying the headlines and providing a ground for discussion and engagement correlates with her intention of producing a socially conscious piece.” - Fatos Ustek
"This project adheres to an important and considered tradition of female artists subverting the norms of representation. In particular Grooming Fixations collapses the distinction between images of women as either beautiful or abject." - Royal Academy curator Emma Enderby *
New York *
Geneva Collaboration with artist Tracey Moberly and young people from Big Voice London, to create flags for the UN Committee on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women *
Track 1 is Dog by Lemuria
Track 2 is A Year Without Regret by The Middle Ones
Track 3 is Die Die Die by Vicious Irene
Spera: Making of a Comic Page
Watch us as we work on a comic page, from the first sketch to the color. Everything is made on paper using pencils, drawing gum and watercolor.
Feel free to ask if you have any question about the process.
The book is coming this fall. We can’t wait for it!