Friday, October 01, 2010

FREE AT LAST!


Actually, it was always free, so don't pay for it.

10 Comments:

Blogger Octafish said...

My favourite part of the interview was where the interviewer dodged the whole issue of whether or not to split an infinitive when he wrote "Is it important to you that a reader be able eventually discern those specific meanings?"

9:00 PM  
Blogger rama hughes said...

all those years playing dodgeball in english class really paid off.

9:36 PM  
Blogger Kerry Dennehy said...

I love your haiku.

I so want to marry it.

Love,
your fan,
Kerry

6:48 AM  
Blogger Donovan S. Brain said...

Great interview. Jim, have you ever used silver- or copperpoint? Interesting stuff, like etching with a pencil. On the other hand, ever used Photoshop or 3D software like Maya or Bryce?

7:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"If I draw a hill that looks like a woman, it works differently that (sic) if i write “there’s a hill that looks like a woman.”

Precisely the point of my earlier comment, Mr. Woodring, and why I feel an illustrated story should not be compared to a written one. They are two animals, born of the human brain, living exclusive lives.

A wonderful and illuminating interview, by the way, thank you!

10:26 AM  
Blogger Kerry Dennehy said...

Hello again,
Having married your haiku, I introduced it to a friend. This friend has written haiku everyday for the last ninety days. Today's, he says, was inspired by reading your's:

"between two mountains
two rivers two happy days
wherever you are"

-- Haiku Diem #90
by Freeman Ng
http://www.facebook.com/#!/HaikuDiem

6:06 PM  
Anonymous tfwire said...

too true

IRL

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11:12 AM  
Anonymous Sara said...

What a great interview - thanks! About twenty years ago I got a Jiva portrait drawn by you and now it's hanging above my baby's bed. Are you still making them? Alongside my portrait I'd love to have one of my husband and my baby (who is not here yet - any day now we'll be meeting him).

7:06 PM  
Anonymous Alfonso Fanjul said...

Great interview. Jim, have you ever used silver- or copperpoint?

12:21 PM  
Anonymous BRS Labs said...

Nice post!! it’s probably the closest I’ll ever get to seeing Frank the way others do.

12:53 AM  

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