A project long in the works finally comes to fruition
This zine was created using a different method to the first 2 in the Haich series
Haich.1 was 'cut + paste' method
Haich.2 was draw - scan then Photoshop method
zine #3 - Bird_Habit.1 - was draw, scan then figure it out with wacom tablet...photoshop method...teaching myself how to use a wacom tablet as i went along - so it took a while for it to come together...…
Added by Filka on February 28, 2010 at 8:31pm —
I've got a project in Chicago known as the Book Bike. I started it two summers… Continue
Added by Gabriel Levinson on February 28, 2010 at 12:37pm —
i'm sorry i haven't been a team player lately.. i had to put my cat SidneyBear to sleep.. she was in my life for 19 years.. i'm heartbroken and a little lost without her.. i'm trying to work thru this but inspiration seems to have left me..
Added by twilight gecko on February 27, 2010 at 3:33pm —
Starting another thing online, I guess. I tend to spread myself thinly over the internet.
Great idea for Vegemite, but it's a shitty approach to gaining exposure.
Here are some websites I'm not quite happy with:
Started it in 2008 as a portfolio site. Has some of my best work on it, but there are heaps that need to be added to it.…
Added by James Spencer on February 27, 2010 at 10:57am —
I recently found a new web host, Weebly.com. Hate the name, but so far there's nothing I don't like about the service. The interface is ridiculously easy to use and it has a lot of nifty features that I haven't seen with other hosts. So I'll slowly be transitioning all my online junk into one single Apocalypse Girl HQ.
Come by and check it out- Apocalypsegrrl.com
Added by Ro- The Apocalypse Girl on February 26, 2010 at 7:36pm —
well, my new blog is up! soon, i'll post zine reviews!!! YAY :D
And remember, share your ZINE ♥!
it's just another Zine Reviews blog!
since my first (and only, if any! lol) zine ever is still cooking and will take a while to come out, i've changed my personal blog's name & concept a bit... You can still follow me,… Continue
Added by Yvonne G. on February 26, 2010 at 6:30pm —
Portland's Eberhadt Press is really great; they off-set print everything themselves, use all reused/recycled paper, and keep it real cheap. We're pretty happy to be carrying some of our favorites from them...Criminal: Writings of Isabelle Eberhardt
(Zine) ($3)Free to Choose: A Woman's Guide to… Continue
Added by Ms Valerie Park Distro on February 26, 2010 at 1:30pm —
Been reading a lot of really good zines lately. Been tempted to start reviewing them, but then I wonder - do we really need another opinionated voice, tainted by personal taste; does anyone other than the zinester herself (or himself) care what I think about a zine?
Anyway, it's been refreshing and cathartic to read people's personal experiences, presented in a somewhat careful and artistic format, especially when they to some extent mirror my own sentiment. A copy of… Continue
Added by sandy on February 25, 2010 at 11:32pm —
have been added to the site over the past week and a bit. Check it out: takecarezines.org
Thanks to everyone who has ordered in the last couple of weeks, too! It's been busy, and good. Goodly busy.
I've also been doing more zine recommendation posts at Flying Machine
, if that's of any interest to anyone.
Over and out, for now
Added by Take Care Zine Distro on February 25, 2010 at 9:30pm —
i'm not organised enough to have zines for sale on line but the chapbooks i publish under the jazz from hell banner and the books i have written or have been lucky enough to be included in from paroxysm press are available via www.ozmusicbooks.com ; - the man behind this site has been doing zines for longer than most of us have been alive. and he's fast, efficient and takes no prisoners. check him out.… Continue
Added by kami on February 25, 2010 at 8:28pm —
let's learn about:
the plastic bag, the shopping cart and the payphone:
i really enjoyed making mini-zines. the photocopying is easy and low in cost, so bonus. i just might be on a mini-zine rampage. more guides to inanimate creatures will be built slowly until i don't find this amusing anymore… Continue
Added by Awkward Stage on February 24, 2010 at 8:52pm —
Are all places you can get issue #3 of Basic Paper Airplane. Somehow this issue has made its way into the world more than past issues. If you're interested...Things You Say Distro
(which also carries #2) MicrocosmSweet Candy… Continue
Added by Joshua/Basic Paper Airplane on February 24, 2010 at 8:00pm —
Milk Milk Lemonaid #14 "Drinkin' Whiskey & Doin' Pushups"
Strange trees, dive bars, moody bike mechanics, cowboy wisdom & relationships that never were.
5.5 x 5.7
I accept well hidden cash & paypal.
Trades are better.
First 50 copies come with free "The Tick" stickers.
Starting March 1st you can get one at Quimby's or Chicago Comics.
If I owe you mail then you get…
Added by Krystle Ratticus on February 24, 2010 at 4:00pm —
I have been searching high and low and have not been able to locate any zine fairs or zine communities within the state of Arizona. This brings me much sadness and frustration! So I have decided to take it upon myself and do some research regarding planning/organizing a zine fest/fair in the Phoeinix (Arizona) area. If anyone out there can offer advice, tips, words of wisdom on how to get this idea off the ground I am all ears.Or if you know of such events or communities within the State of… Continue
Added by riotgrrrlaz on February 24, 2010 at 2:25pm —
It’s always tough to write about zines without falling into self-referential piffle – we are afterall unsubbed and unvalidated – but events such as this genuinely does remind me why I bother, sporadically, to produce material. There were a number of events, including a gig featuring the wonderful Bobby McGees and a knees up at the Cowley Club, around the festival but I just managed to leg it to the London Bridge train down from London for the main Saturday sale the fest was centred… Continue
Added by Alex Lawson on February 24, 2010 at 1:04pm —
TEN Plus TIPS FOR MUSICIANS 1 Try to stand out, not fit in. Your goal should not be to sound like everyone else. If you are not doing something that is the world's first in music - then ask yourself, "Why not? Show some courage. Do something new. Find your own… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on February 24, 2010 at 11:00am —
Nearing the end of February already. I have accomplished nothing.
The second issue of Hazel Harper has not yet been born. Maybe soon... maybe not.
It's the brain fog, you see. It seeps in, virtually unnoticed, making thoughts impossible to pull into focus. It is brought on by life. A mind numbing daily life of things that must be done. Wake up, feed the kids, shuffle them off to school, do what's necessary to keep the abode livable, talk to the necessary people, try to… Continue
Added by TheUnrememberedOne/MorbidiaDrekk on February 23, 2010 at 11:37am —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:
This English fair began in 1133, and it was such fun, and such a big hit that they kept it going each year for, oh, say, 722 years! Name it.
Bartholomew Fair, held in West Smithfield, London.
Added by Tom Hendricks on February 22, 2010 at 10:00am —
Added by Tom Hendricks on February 21, 2010 at 8:02pm —
...on my webshow, LAIR OF THE YAK, right here @ 9PM Eastern:
Added by Nick Cato on February 21, 2010 at 6:00pm —