cut-out of ‘Aja-style’ Hawkguy showing us how to say “bro” in sign language.
Fraction & Aja’s Hawkeye #19 (the ‘sign language issue’) scheduled to hit the racks today. can’t wait!
I am not known amongst my circle of burlesque/stage performers for having easily transportable, pack-and-go numbers. Props, massive costumes, elaborate makeup or complicated wigs, and numbers with multiple people have all been things I’ve been responsible for. In recent memory my numbers include:
-Multiple props including a soul-capturing mask and an additional person trained in number-specific choreography
-A tear-away bathrobe/straight jacket concealing a gown underneath, multiple wigs worn at the same time, two dancers coordinated with a costume change so they could come back in doctors coats and suction-mark ‘scars’
-A cart with scientific mixing equipment on it and numerous colored liquids (this was later ‘downgraded’ to a train case filled with a cocktail shaker and various glowing liquor bottles)
-A mannequin form that was enthusiastically stabbed and strangled
The last show we did I challenged myself to have no external props and a costume that could be pack-and-go. I succeeded and it was probably my favorite number to date because I could still bust it out and do it at pretty much any time.
This show however
-Multiple food props
-additional person with multiple responsibilities/acting duties
-Giant Iron Throne replica
I’m regressing into becoming the burlesque Gallagher again. Slippery slope covered in raspberry pie filling and impractical foot wear.
Ligand Chemstat adjusts his spectacles with a hand missing at least part of two fingers.
"Well, I tell you. She was always a little more inclined to be uh… lets say destructive but she got by just fine with her hands or that Junior Tinkerer’s Tool Kit we got her for her fifth birthday. But one time when she was maybe seven or so I’d brought home some work from the chemical refinery and she got into it and blew out one of the bathroom walls and turned herself purple for three days. After that we couldn’t keep her out of the kitchen."
So entropytea made me a wonderful thing
The gods of craft foam demanded sacrifice.
My wife Holly built a full body costume of Blathers, then went around Comic-Con giving fossils to people (includes some familiar faces). I filmed the entire thing and it was adorable. Holly’s been working really hard on her YouTube channel and it makes me super proud to be seeing her do so! Share this one around guys :)
Marta Klonowska (b. 1964, Warsaw, Poland) - Animal sculptures made from shattered glass pieces. Represented by: Lorch + Seide Gallery.
This is the best thing ever.
I fucking love this website.