awaris:

Sandman with a haircut. Looking scary… and exciting!

It was 1916. That was what his hair looked like then. (Go back to Sandman 1 and see what he looked like when he was first captured…)

amandapalmer:

ready….set….HAIR. @WayneCoyne VS @NeilHimself in a cosmic cross-continental cut-throat HAIR-OFF

But I’m backlit, and most of the hair on the left of my head has vanished into the light. That’s not a proper hair-off.

amandapalmer:

ready….set….HAIR. @WayneCoyne VS @NeilHimself in a cosmic cross-continental cut-throat HAIR-OFF

But I’m backlit, and most of the hair on the left of my head has vanished into the light. That’s not a proper hair-off.

kickstarter:

The successfully funded animated film The Price continues to plug away, updating us frequently via their super cool production blog. A recent project update pointed out to us that animating hair is rather difficult, something we never fully appreciated until we witnessed this series of “Neil Hair Tests” (Yes, that Neil):

That lead us to using 3D hair systems (which, although they have been around awhile now, are still notoriously difficult to work with). After much trial and error, we’ve gotten most of the bugs worked-out, but I thought you might get a kick out of some of these not-quite-successful experiments.
Ha!
The strangest thing about the questions coming in right now is how many of them have already been answered here on this Tumblr feed already. (The latest was about meeting your heroes and whether you should… and I thought, I answered that less than 2 weeks ago here.)
So, this is a reminder to go and poke through the archives of this Tumblr, especially if you’ve only started following me recently. There are so many things I’ve already answered. And I don’t see any point in saying things twice.
To sweeten this otherwise chiding post, here is a photo of me about 20 years ago, taken by Beth Gwinn. In the book it appeared in, it was printed upside down. On my website, it’s upside down. This is it the right way up.

The strangest thing about the questions coming in right now is how many of them have already been answered here on this Tumblr feed already. (The latest was about meeting your heroes and whether you should… and I thought, I answered that less than 2 weeks ago here.)

So, this is a reminder to go and poke through the archives of this Tumblr, especially if you’ve only started following me recently. There are so many things I’ve already answered. And I don’t see any point in saying things twice.

To sweeten this otherwise chiding post, here is a photo of me about 20 years ago, taken by Beth Gwinn. In the book it appeared in, it was printed upside down. On my website, it’s upside down. This is it the right way up.

Barnes and Noble has a “Meet the Writers” series.

In this one they interview some odd English person.

Me, eating an apple, aged four. Posted for Amanda. (Taken August 1965)
And Look! Sensible hair!

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Me, eating an apple, aged four. Posted for Amanda. (Taken August 1965)


And Look! Sensible hair!

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