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So I just posted a conversation with cartoonist and historic tall ship sailor Lucy Bellwood. It’s the first of what I hope will be many casual chats with cartoonists whose work I admire.
These aren’t really interviews, just cartoonists talking about their stuff. Hope to put one up every week or two.
These aren’t edited at all - no time for that - so there will be the occasional “um” and sometimes some language (that’s the case in this one). But I figured it might make good listening for other artists tied to their desk, itching for some shop talk.

Reblogging myself because I, um, forgot to include the link the show.  Sheesh.
https://soundcloud.com/chris-schweizer-1/lucy-bellwood-august-22

Listening to my pal Chris Schweizer interview the talented Lucy Bellwood while I work on some art for a pitch. Go listen if you like comics, history, sailing, or just smart people talking. High-res

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schweizercomics:

schweizercomics:

So I just posted a conversation with cartoonist and historic tall ship sailor Lucy Bellwood. It’s the first of what I hope will be many casual chats with cartoonists whose work I admire.

These aren’t really interviews, just cartoonists talking about their stuff. Hope to put one up every week or two.

These aren’t edited at all - no time for that - so there will be the occasional “um” and sometimes some language (that’s the case in this one). But I figured it might make good listening for other artists tied to their desk, itching for some shop talk.

Reblogging myself because I, um, forgot to include the link the show.  Sheesh.

https://soundcloud.com/chris-schweizer-1/lucy-bellwood-august-22

Listening to my pal Chris Schweizer interview the talented Lucy Bellwood while I work on some art for a pitch. Go listen if you like comics, history, sailing, or just smart people talking.

Lots of people will be posting clips from Dead Poets Society, but I prefer this monologue from Good Will Hunting, in which Robin Williams compellingly holds a close-up for a full TWO MINUTES.

Never much cared for his zany comedy, but in a dramatic role, he could stick the landing every time.

Rest in peace.

EDITED TO ADD: This is the link for the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention. If you’re in pain, please click it. We all need a little help sometimes. http://suicideprevention.ca/