Hi Tumblr, I’m having a family emergency and I’m running out of options!

My Grandpa is currently missing with the car and dog. He has advanced dementia, and does not know how to drive himself home. My family hasn’t had much feedback or assistance from anyone, because it hasn’t been 24 hours yet, but we fear he could put himself in danger, or could possibly hurt someone while driving.

I’m trying to do as much as I can to help my family out, we haven’t had this kind of problem before. If anyone in the Seattle, Lynnwood, or Edmonds area could share this, it would be greatly appreciated. 

We’re hoping to find both him and the dog soon!!


New Figure Drawing blog!

Hey, everyone!  After a lot of thought, I’ve decided to move all of my figure drawings - gestures, 20 min., etc. - to my new blog Jess Doll’s Figure Drawings.  It will be focused on studies geared towards art, which will include all figure drawings, gestures, color comps, master studies, etc.

Also, the more I thought about it, the more I realized that I’d like to leave my personal blog safe for work, and some people may be uncomfortable if a nude drawing randomly pops up into their feed.  I’d like for my personal blog to be as welcoming as possible, and the last thing I want is for someone to feel uncomfortable simply because I hadn’t taken the time to organize my work.  Plus, I’d like to get back to posting a lot more personal work here anyways, so having two separate blogs made sense. :) 

Thanks so  much for your cooperation, guys!  If you would like to follow my new figure drawing/art studies blog, you can find here.

Hope all is well, and have an awesome day! :)

- Jess






The fact Lois is 100% ready to throw down makes me ecstatic

Is there more of this? I want to see her interview everyone.

why are DC’s animated projects so good when their comics are so bad?  Whomever is helping the animation department should be put in charge of the comics line… just my two cents

Well the person who was in charge was Bruce Timm… But then he left.

Bit of inspiration for today by means of Ralph Bakshi!  There is absolutely nothing wrong with working or wanting to work in a studio - it’s an immensely creative, collaborative work environment, and you’re pushed to levels you may not have thought you could reach or handle.  That being said, we also don’t have to shy away from doing something different from what may be considered the standard.  A lot of great things have come from people taking risks and breaking from the path, seeking their passion and doing everything they can to make it a reality.  We see a lot of this come to fruition today thanks to the internet, conventions, kickstarter, and many other things, but Ralph reminds us that, really, no goal is too big so long as you’re willing to work for it. 





Giant Woman Final board_06_28_13 by StevenCrewniverse

Written and Storyboarded by Joe Johnston and Jeff Liu

Storyboard Supervisor Kat Morris

Its very strange to look back at this episode almost a year after working on it. Jeff and I draw the show completely differently now, its like night and day. I’m very proud of this one though, it was my favorite for a while.

Giant Woman boards! I remember being blown away by Joe’s amazing Opal action sequence. Though, I am quite proud of the beetle terrarium joke I wrote for the ending.