Welcome to all the new followers and thanks to the old ones who have stuck around. You’re all awesome!
Sean’s gifts of hardcoreness. (He brought home a first edition copy of one of our all time favorite albums… Dystopia : human = garbage
I must be crazy. I like capturing the state of my workspace while I’m #painting. #watercolor
#tbt me on a mule and my Uncle leading the way. I love his ranch. (10 ish years ago)
Pibble gotta pee.
Just wanted to brag about this hella smooth #watercolor background I just busted out. #proud #totoro
Surfing /r/delusionalartists, hoping I’m not on there.
Harry Cheadle explains why The Larry Sanders Show is the best. Read his article and then watch it on Netflix Instant until your eyes fall out! Or just until you need a break.
The show’s commitment to realism extends to the way scenes were written, acted, and filmed, and this is where it’s important to remember that this is a sitcom that was made in the early- to mid-90s. Larry Sandersdoesn’t have a laugh track or a live studio audience (except during the talk show scenes (more realism!) and the jokes are delivered casually in conversation, with no “beat” or pause to signal a punchline. That style sounds familiar to fans of Arrested Development or Curb Your Enthusiasm, but in 1992 no one was doing this. Sitcoms — even critically beloved Seinfeld — were slowed down by the need to pause for laughter, and most took place in the familiar timeless sitcom universe, bounded by the traditional three cameras. Larry Sanderswasn’t the first single-camera sitcom, but it was one of the first to do away with audible laughs, which gave them more time to cram in jokes and plots.