Here’s a truncated clip of a composition i like from a piece i’ve been drawing for 2 days. The project was pretty cool, albeit a huge rush, and now the whole thing is probably going to get killed at the last minute. I’ll know in a few hours. It is super frustrating to feel like I’ve put in all this time and effort for nothing. Jobs like this make me feel like a shitty illustrator. I seriously try my best to straddle that weird line between what the AD wants, what the text requires, and what I want to make and it looks like I got the ratio wrong again…

Here’s a truncated clip of a composition i like from a piece i’ve been drawing for 2 days. The project was pretty cool, albeit a huge rush, and now the whole thing is probably going to get killed at the last minute. I’ll know in a few hours. It is super frustrating to feel like I’ve put in all this time and effort for nothing. Jobs like this make me feel like a shitty illustrator. I seriously try my best to straddle that weird line between what the AD wants, what the text requires, and what I want to make and it looks like I got the ratio wrong again…

twelvehourday
twelvehourday:

12 Hour Day - Episode 4 - June 23rd, 2014



J.D. and Connor and friends are overcome by Business. It’s Summer and Connor and J.D. are determined to ride the Staten Island Ferry but are sidetracked by technical difficulties, conversations with friends, and the overwhelming anxiety surrounding the secrecy of Business. This episode has long conversational guests, a new “segment” as created by Connor, and J.D. taking lots of work phone calls. You get public time, private time, and maybe even some boat time.
Listen on Podbean: http://twelvehourday.podbean.com/e/12-hour-day-episode-4-june-23-2014/
Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/12-hour-day-j.d.-connor/id793389879
12 HOUR DAY WITH J.D. AND CONNOR is twelve hour long podcast in which comedy friends J.D. and Connor spend twelve hours together and record the whole entire thing without stopping.

twelvehourday:

12 Hour Day - Episode 4 - June 23rd, 2014

J.D. and Connor and friends are overcome by Business. It’s Summer and Connor and J.D. are determined to ride the Staten Island Ferry but are sidetracked by technical difficulties, conversations with friends, and the overwhelming anxiety surrounding the secrecy of Business. This episode has long conversational guests, a new “segment” as created by Connor, and J.D. taking lots of work phone calls. You get public time, private time, and maybe even some boat time.

Listen on Podbean: http://twelvehourday.podbean.com/e/12-hour-day-episode-4-june-23-2014/

Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/12-hour-day-j.d.-connor/id793389879

12 HOUR DAY WITH J.D. AND CONNOR is twelve hour long podcast in which comedy friends J.D. and Connor spend twelve hours together and record the whole entire thing without stopping.

gtpomella
gtpomella:

connorratliff:

Halfway through recording episode 4 of our 12 Hour Day podcast.

Good to see you guys reppin’ them markledgerwood shirts! One day I’ll figure out a way to sneak onto the podcast…
One day…

If you haven’t listened to connorratliff and justdreamingaway's 12 hour podcast, you're missing out on one of the most fascinating comments on life in the digital  age. It's also super fun to listen to and hands down my favorite podcast out there.

Cc: wired

gtpomella:

connorratliff:

Halfway through recording episode 4 of our 12 Hour Day podcast.

Good to see you guys reppin’ them markledgerwood shirts! One day I’ll figure out a way to sneak onto the podcast…

One day…

If you haven’t listened to connorratliff and justdreamingaway's 12 hour podcast, you're missing out on one of the most fascinating comments on life in the digital age. It's also super fun to listen to and hands down my favorite podcast out there. Cc: wired

cascadianbabe asked:

i looooove the tinder post by you. Did you do those lil sketches?

I certainly did! I’m so glad you enjoy them! I’ve got a bunch more drawn that I have to find time to scan. I wish I could just do these all day every day! I am in the process of putting together some sort of zine or art show with them that I’ll announce when I have more info. So until then, keep swiping right!

my NBC illustrations about the death penalty came online today! I love getting to do these, it’s always super interesting to get to read raw poll data and see what America really thinks! Plus I get to spend a day trying to figure out where I personally stand on the issue and why.

As always, I have a portfolio site, so feel free to check it out! If you like what you see, give me a shout! If you don’t, give me a shout!

xoxo,

Mark

justdreamingaway

markledgerwood asked:

Do you have any outrageously weird things you've come across on the Internet recently that you think I'd enjoy?

justdreamingaway answered:

This isn’t what you asked for, but it’s what I’m giving you.

I think the thing that makes me the happiest on the internet is finding strange private moments that somehow floated into the cloud. I also think there is something special about watching videos with extremely low view-counts. Knowing you are one of only a room-full of people who have seen these private moments brings more weight to the experience of watching them. Below are a few of my favorite examples I have collected over the years**:

Keeka Flips Out" (uploaded 8 years ago, 120 views) - A glimpse into collegiate excitement. A girl filming her friend deal with the exciting emotions associated with a boy she likes having called her about homework. It was posted about 8 years ago, but still sits quietly on the internet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIybHKv93iA

baby luke sunset from hospital window" (uploaded 7 years ago, 61 views) - This is the view from the hospital window on the first sunset of a child’s (baby luke’s) first day ever as a human. What I like more than the sunset, is the background chatter. Imagine if you had a recording of all of the background chatter happening around you during your first ever day as a human? I wonder what baby Luke is like now as a seven year old? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Da9-ttSvslA

Rainy Christmas ‘87" (uploaded 6 years ago, recorded 27 years ago, 36 views) - Someone films a rainy Chrismas out their kitchen window. I love hearing the news in the background. This video makes me feel incredibly comfortable even though I don’t know these people. http://youtu.be/RjRSuS9N1gM

testing camcorder" (uploaded 6 years ago, 33 views) - this is people named dee and susie testing out a new camcorder. I wonder how dee and susie are doing today: http://youtu.be/bsk3DjB5VmA

**I have more, but I already regret sharing these ones. I feel a strange personal connection to these videos (I’ve been watching them for years). Please be courteous to the lives of the people we are watching.

JD is the sweetest person I know and now I want to go back through my youtube history and find stuff like this to share with him.