I want to share some links that have been keeping me inspired over the last few months, most of it is comics related... some animation related. All inspiring artwork and thoughtful blogging. So in no particular order:
http://jason-brubaker.blogspot.com/ Jason Brubaker is working on an independent graphic novel called Re-Mind which looks stunning and I am following the progress on and off.
http://scottmorse.blogspot.com/ Scott Morse is a Pixar story artist I believe. I first found him through his graphic novel Ancient Joe which I'd recommend by the way. His blog is full of artwork he does outside of work. I have no idea how he finds the time!
http://rawlsy.blogspot.com/ Darren Rawlings working on a graphic novel. Agent Orange. I don't know how close to completion it is but the development work is fantastic. He also has a cool webcomic, The life of Rex Bunyan.
http://www.rice-boy.com/ Yet more graphic novelly goodness from Evan Dahm. This one is epic and I've barely scratched the surface. Will probably just get the book when I can afford it but I like to check out the site now and then to see what's new.
http://www.chickenhare.com/ Chris Grine's new site launching soon with Chickenhare 3 which is being released as a webcomic. He is a published comic creator and yet he's decided to release this latest book online. Perhaps that means publishing on the web IS a potential money maker. Hmm.
http://animondays.blogspot.com/ I love this site for an inspirational monday lecture. Davis B Levy has created several tv series and even published a book on how you can do the same. It is quite New York indy scene orientated but very interesting none the less.
http://tedtheterrible.com/?p=36 Fun comic about a kid in school who tries to be a super hero.
http://cocknbull.net/ Foul mouthed but often hilarious comic about a chicken (cock) and a cow (bull).