Link Karma for December
WeTheRobots.com is a new web comic created by Chris Harding (chrisharding.net). I've been a fan of Chris's work since 1996 or so when I first read his self-published comic "Feet of Clay" in the college newspaper. His sense of humor matches my own quite well, and he's a great animator to boot. It's great to see him return to the comics, where he's quite talented and funny.
This storyline about Sandi's Fin reminds me of the stupid moon boots that girls are wearing these days. Ladies, they were ugly on Napoleon Dynamite and they're ugly on you. Please stop.
Be sure to give his new robot comic a couple of minutes, and add his RSS feed to your reader of choice.
A personal blog created by my friend Shannon, TheNoisyVillage.com is one of the most impressive online journals I've ever read. Most of what I read is of a professional nature, be it animation, cartoons or general search engine optimization.
Shannon's writing and photography continuously display a sharp sense of style and design that remains hidden from the rest of the world. Much of her macro photography reminds me of the professional work that came across my desk while working for SC Johnson.
Karen J. Lloyd is a professional storyboard artist who wants to teach you the tricks of her trade at her new blog. Her writing style is solid and informative, making for an easy read.
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