A buddy of mine wrote a script years back that loosely reinterpreted Batman as a vigilante in search of a single night, devoid of the sounds of crime. I always wondered, what then? What does the Batman feel when he finally has his silent night? Interpret the picture how you will. What does Batman do after Gotham goes silent? Paddle your own canoe, folks. -Trevor
Natalie Joy and I watched the Sherlock series 3 premiere yesterday. It was great. The show has a distinct Doctor Who flavour this season, and I’m not sure I’m sold on that change, but so far I’m enjoying the season. Follow these shenanigans on Instagram!
To those of you who follow her on Twitter or are Facebook friends or, you know, know her in real life, because apparently that’s a thing that people do, the new hair thing is old news. I’ve been sitting on this sheet for about a week because I’m spending my whole life prepping and sometimes I forget to post stuff I make. The bottom line is that Delaney did an awesome job, and if you’re in Ottawa you should throw him some business. He knows his art, and he is the…
There’s something to be said for doing things by hand. Don’t underestimate the intimacy of the tactile connection to make you feel connected to your work. And it’s worthwhile sometimes to slow yourself down and digest your ideas as you translate them to the page. Paddle your own canoe, folks. Trevor
#saturdayofficedoodles is Trevor’s crowd-sourced way to pass the time on a slow Saturday at the office. The drawings are currently done on a Google/ASUS Nexus 7 in Autodesk Sketchbook Express, using a thoroughly unimpressive off-the-shelf stylus. Chime in on Twitter with the hashtag above, or send your ideas to @trevor_ccw. I have risen — MDF (@marcoincoming) December 8, 2012 @trevor_ccw there’s your doodle — MDF (@marcoincoming) December 8, 2012 Perhaps not the most original idea on the planet, but this was fun to draw.