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Here’s the tenth installment of “Sketchbook,” a reoccurring section here on “The Blarg.” To learn more about “Sketchbook” and become involved yourself, click here.

The phrase for the tenth “Sketchbook” was: John.

Below are the submissions. Click on each image for a larger version of the art, and click on the artist’s name to visit their website.

Also, click below to check out previous “Sketchbook” assignments:

Sketchbook: “Invasion”

Sketchbook: “Dead Men Tell No Tales”

Sketchbook: “Warm Gun”

Sketchbook: “Devil’s Night”

Sketchbook: “Sloth”

Sketchbook: “Hometown”

Sketchbook: “Oz”

Sketchbook: “Mickey & Mallory”

Sketchbook: “Fool”

Thanks to everyone who participated! I’ll be sending out the next assignment soon.

Goddamn Dell computers,

-Shady


SKETCHBOOK #10: JOHN

Ralph Apel:

Sketchbook: "John" by Ralph Apel


Jenea Kaitaz:

Sketchbook: "John" by Jenea Kaitaz


Bill Hewitt:

Sketchbook: "John" by Bill Hewitt


Dave Sylvester:

Sketchbook: "John" by Dave Sylvester


Pauly Spooner:

Sketchbook: "John" by Pauly Spooner


John Steib:

Sketchbook: "John" by John Steib


Drew Linne:

Sketchbook: "John" by Drew Linne

Last night, I posted this review/contest for the piece of shit movie “Valentine’s Day.”

(I wanted to mention here briefly that while I was expecting to hate this movie, the two women I went with also hated it. So please don’t think “Valentine’s Day” is a chick flick. It’s a no-one flick.)

My review was short and sweet, just a simple quote from Bam Margera in “Jackass 2” after getting a dick farm branded on his ass: “I’d rather rip my dick off and throw it in the river than to do that again.”

In a postscript, I mentioned that I’d give a prize to the first person to email me with the name of the “wise man” whose quote I lifted. I expected to wake up to no emails, and then possibly have a few trickle in throughout the day. To my surprise, readers of this site apparently never sleep (or they get up way too fucking early) because the entries came rolling in just after I posted it.

And the winner is: Pauly Spooner! He emailed the answer to me at 1:18 AM. (He kind of cheated because he lives overseas and is hours ahead of everyone else, but whatever.) Congrats, Pauly! Send me your address and I’ll send you your prize, which is an original drawing of me sitting in the movie theater and suffering through “Valentine’s Day.”

Here are a few more insomniacs who entered, along with their times:

2:10 AM: Darby O’Gill

5:01 AM: Doug French

5:42 AM: James Dolata

A lot more people entered after that, but those were the earliest. Thanks to everyone who entered!

Get some rest already,

-Shady

Here’s the third installment of “Sketchbook,” a reoccurring section here on “The Blarg.” To learn more about “Sketchbook” and become involved yourself, click here.

The phrase for the third “Sketchbook” was: WARM GUN.

Below are the submissions. Click on each image for a larger version of the art, and click on the artist’s name to visit their website.

Click below to check out previous “Sketchbook” assignments:

Sketchbook: “Invasion”

Sketchbook: “Dead Men Tell No Tales”

Thanks to everyone who participated! I’ll be sending out the next assignment shortly.

Happiness is,

-Shady


SKETCHBOOK #3: WARM GUN

Susanne Iles:

Sketchbook: "Warm Gun" by Susanne Iles

Jorge Garcia:

Sketchbook: "Warm Gun" by Jorge Garcia

Bill Hewitt:

Sketchbook: "Warm Gun" by Bill Hewitt

James Decker:

Sketchbook: "Warm Gun" by James Decker

Ralph Apel:

Sketchbook: "Warm Gun" by Ralph Apel

Katie Orlando:

Sketchbook: "Warm Gun" by Katie Orlando

Pauly Spooner:

Sketchbook: "Warm Gun" by Pauly Spooner

Here’s the second installment of “Sketchbook,” a reoccurring section/assignment here on “The Blarg.” To learn more about “Sketchbook” and become involved yourself, click here.

The phrase for the second “Sketchbook” was: DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES.

Below are the submissions. Click on each image for a larger version of the art, and click on the artist’s name to visit their website.

Click below to check out previous “Sketchbook” assignments:

Sketchbook: “Invasion”

Thanks to everyone who participated! I’ll be sending out the next assignment shortly.

Pirate’s booty,

-Shady


SKETCHBOOK #2: DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES

James Decker:

Sketchbook: "Dead Men Tell No Tales" by James Decker

Bill Hewitt:

Sketchbook: "Dead Men Tell No Tales" by Bill Hewitt

Ralph Apel: “She Broke My Heart”

Sketchbook: "Dead Men Tell No Tales" by Ralph Apel

Pauly Spooner:

Sketchbook: "Dead Men Tell No Tales" by Pauly Spooner

Justin Shady:

Sketchbook: "Dead Men Tell No Tales" by Justin Shady

Here’s the first installment of “Sketchbook,” a reoccurring section/assignment here on “The Blarg.” To learn more about “Sketchbook” and become involved yourself, click here.

The word for the first “Sketchbook” was: INVASION.

Below are the submissions. Click on each image for a larger version of the art, and click on the artist’s name to visit their website.

Thanks to everyone who participated! I’ll be sending out the next assignment shortly.

Space invasion,

-Shady


SKETCHBOOK #1: INVASION

James Decker:

Sketchbook: "Invasion" by James Decker

Castro:

Sketchbook: "Invasion" by Castro

Katherine Bryja:

Sketchbook: "Invasion" by Katherine Bryja

Katie Orlando:

Sketchbook: "Invasion" by Katie Orlando

Sketchbook: "Invasion" by Katie Orlando

Sketchbook: "Invasion" by Katie Orlando

Sketchbook: "Invasion" by Katie Orlando

Ralph Apel: “Personal Space: Occupied”

Sketchbook: "Invasion" by Ralph Apel

Pauly Spooner:

Sketchbook: "Invasion" by Pauly Spooner

Jeremy R. Scott:

Sketchbook: "Invasion" by Jeremy R. Scott

Abby-Rene Lucente:

Sketchbook: "Invasion" by Abby-Rene Lucente

Justin Shady:

Sketchbook: "Invasion" by Justin Shady

From fucked-up news stories to funny YouTube clips, a lot of you guys have passed me some good links over the past few weeks.

But rather than commit a new “Blarg” post for each one, I’ve decided to just make one big post here of everything. A “Blarg” potpourri, if you will.

First, here’s a trailer for Roland Emmerich’s “2012”. I can just see the pitch meeting for this:

Columbia Pictures: So, what’s your one-sentence pitch?

Roland: Everyone dies!

Columbia Pictures: Who’s in it?

Roland: John Cusack!

Columbia Pictures: Push this into production yesterday, motherfucker!

Oh, man…. That’s gonna be a laugh riot.

Next up, a great commercial for Luvs Diapers. I’m not kidding.

Here’s a great story from a few months ago about Woody Harrelson, a photographer, and a… zombie?

And lastly, here are a few good overdubs for a couple of infomercials we’re all too familiar with:

And I’ll leave you with this:

Thanks to Frank, Pauly and Marla for sending these along.

Grab-bag,

-Shady

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