I’ll be shifting hosts in a few days, so benchilada.net may be down for a little bit.
While I have no doubt that you’ll survive, I do want you to know that if you need anything while I’m gone, there are other resources that can help.
Can I just say how much I love the barter culture? I recently put up a request for a bowling-ball on the local Craigslist–Nadja’s making a gazing-ball for the back yard–and was happy to hear that a person was willing to go swapsies for it.
As such, I paid this:
It’s a great world.
Speaking of great things, here’s a movie you’ll either love or hate, depending on how awesome you are. It is NOT what you think you’re expecting; instead, it’s freaky and terrifying. Watching it with particular intoxicants may result in your experience being more visceral.
I think that’s it for now.
Man, I really like movies.
Over the past few years, I have occasionally gotten the itch to draw something from a favorite movie and then have people guess what it is.
NOW IT IS THAT TIME AGAIN.
Prizes are offered for correct answers:
First Place: Nine
Second Place: More
Third Place: Relax
Anyroad, here’s the latest, and you can find the rest after the jump.
Vague Concept of Love,
Click right below this for THREE MOAR.
…the closer I get to 7pm tomorrow night.
Here’s some Archive Art that is totally related:
Yes, I already pre-bought tickets for the Big-D experience. No way am I risking not getting a ticket when I arrive.
Reminding you that maybe there’s a little bit of Godzilla in every one of us
Now that I’ve made what maybe was possibly a stab at what is and isn’t historically relevant, as well as what should be considered destructive and what constructive…
Well, here’s another card, slight variation.
Now I’m really starting to explore things in my head, namely what is important history vs life’s detritus, as well as what defacing either means.
Is it enough that I documented this before I wrote on it or does it belong with so many woefully-outdated things at libraries?
Perhaps it’s just time for some creative recycling?
Anyroad, benchilada.net is gonna be migrating servers in the next week, so the site will be down for a few days at some point soon.
In the mean time, I have two pieces I’m drawing, as well as a written thing that may someday be done.
PS – Heh. Nibiru stuff always cracks me up.
Next week comes a big splash page for The Wizard’s Lesson and with a bit of luck, a new Whodorable character.
Oh, and I’ve got some written entries coming up, about Tourette’s and OCD, so watch for ’em.
Please, now, to enjoy some older art:
See you next week,
I’m really happy with this one.
“Happiness” – ink on paper, benjamin sTone, 2014
And yeah, there’s more to it than just a bad joke. 🙂
Nadja and I recently watched The Holy Flame of the Martial World, and by the time it ended we both agreed that it was top-fucking-tier Martial Arts Madness. Flicks like Zu: Warriors of the Magic Mountain and A Chinese Ghost Story would never have happened without movies like this happening first.
Here’s the trailer, but it’s a Hong Kong film, so they’re going to throw spoilers at you left-and-right, starting right after the hair fight at :41. By the time you hit :50 you get light spoilers and at the end they give away a huge plot point. I also advise watching it in large–but not fullscreen–format.
If you don’t give a shit, watch it all. If you’ve got nine bucks, though, skip the spoilers and enjoy the breadth and butterth of this beautiful celluloid madness.