Tim's Notebook

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Every Tuesday and Thursday since late 2019 yours truly here has been diligently hammering away at the keyboards with insights, rants and general ideological regurgitation of brain farts and concepts. If you already subscribe that's great! You're getting them already. But if you want to 'try it on' before buying, so to speak, then by all means read away below!

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YouTube comic book tutorials from Tim Larsen: Penciling a page part 1

Another YouTube video!


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Comic book reviews: Two from Andrew Guilde

Andrew is a very busy person.


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Sometimes you just need to dis-connect.

Sometimes you got to jump out of your skin...


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Tuesday Comic book review: The Polar Paradox

There's been several action/adventure stories in movies TV and literature surrounding the world in the oceans.


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YouTube comic book tutorials from Tim Larsen... back again!

You can watch these on my YouTube playlist, which you can subscribe to as well!


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Tuesday Comic book review: Black Ball

It's so cute!


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Inking a comic page.

Revisiting some techniques: Inking a comic book page.


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Tuesday Comic review: Bolt Action/Fiends

I must report that after reading these three comics there was no shortage of titillating imagery: Gore aplenty, lots of boobs, full nudity, carnage, gun play...


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Easy Rider

Easy Rider made Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda lots of money.


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Comic Book Review: Digitopia

First of all, I think the colors and total packaging is very concise and elegant.


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PEACHES... what does it stand for?

Plan, Energy, Action, Craft, Help others, Engage, and Study the results.


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Comic Anthology Review: Tales from the Cryptic Closet

Horror comics never really went away, they got separated for a while from its audience.


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Graphic Novel review: Reckless

I've read a few books by this team...


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Mayfield Eight back story written by a fan...

I was very impressed with his rough and brusque style that held no punches and seemed gritty and real.


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If Mayfield Eight were a movie, who would I cast?

The hero of the story, my 17 year old fry cook Honda-riding main character of course would go to...


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Mayfield Eight Part Three gets Variant Covers.

Here's a preview of them.


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Mayfield Eight gets talked up some more...

One of the great things about working in comics for a while is you get to share your ideas with them, and you get to see their latest projects or read their latest posts.


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Comic book review: By the Time I Get to Dallas Book 2

The story of Rudy Deckart continues.


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Michael Penick talks up my comic.

"I've come to praise Tim Larsen, not to bury him."


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Comic book review: The Raven Menace

Crows and ravens are truly ominous animals, just ask Edgar Alan Poe.


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Tuesday Comic Book Review: The Macabre Motel

A man stops at a motel -The Macabre Motel- and experiences some weird things.


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Thursday Graphic Novel Review: Madi

It's a future noir cyberpunk story, very long page count again. I'm very glad I pledged on Kickstarter for this.


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Tuesday Comic Review: 'Y: The Last Man Omnibus' Part 4 of 4

Okay, I give up.


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Tuesday Comic Review: 'Y: The Last Man Omnibus' Part 3 of 4

I can understand Brian Vaughan's perspective on this story. It's disguised as post-apocalyptic end-of-days struggle but really it's human drama. Like the kind you find in one act plays or soap operas.


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R Rand Holmes and Harold Hedd

I can only imagine what it must have been like to be a young man coming of age in the high water of the Hippie movement, especially in a liberal enclave like Vancouver...


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Tuesday Comic Review: 'Y: The Last Man Omnibus'Part 2 of 4

Chewin' through it. Of the 1424 pages I'm up to 512.


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