Ultraist Studios Blog Journal thoughts, musings and other rambling…

June 28, 2010


Filed under: Mantra — M Kitchen @ 10:42 am

Oscar Wilde quote:

“If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they’ll kill you.” *

June 26, 2010

Spy Guy & Charlie Veitch vs. G20 Toronto

Filed under: Spy Guy — M Kitchen @ 1:21 am

This weekend in Toronto is the G20 summit. When I heard the story of what happened to Charlie Veitch of the Love Police, I knew Spy Guy would have to get involved. What better way to kick off SPY GUY: Minis 2.

Half a page in half a day… that’s the fastest I’ve drawn something in a long time.

June 24, 2010

SPY GUY & THE POSSUM vs. Wondercon 2010

Filed under: Conventions,Video — M Kitchen @ 1:10 am

Check it out. Blair got our Wondercon footage edited together and uploaded for world wide broadcast!

part 1.

part 2.

June 23, 2010


Filed under: Mantra — M Kitchen @ 12:26 pm

Hugh MacLeod quote:

“The sovereignty you have over your work will inspire far more people than the actual content ever will. How your own sovereignty inspires other people to find their own sovereignty, their own sense of freedom and possibility, will give the work far more power than the work’s objective merits ever will.” *

June 17, 2010

Indie Spinner Rack 176

Filed under: Announcements,Audio,Conventions — M Kitchen @ 3:14 pm

Charlito and Mr. Phil over at Indie Spinner Rack have just posted their latest episode Issue #176 that contains our MoCCA 2010 interview at 39:39 into the show.


Thanks guys!

June 14, 2010

Cerebus as Spy Guy

Filed under: Sketches,Spy Guy — M Kitchen @ 10:57 am

Cerebus as Spy Guy head sketch by Dave Sim.
You know this has to go in the letters page of Spy Guy #2.

June 5, 2010


Filed under: Mantra — M Kitchen @ 6:55 pm

Seth Godin quote:

“There’s not a lot to say about the Cul-de-Sac except to realize that it exists and to embrace the fact that when you find one, you need to get off it, fast. That’s because a dead end is keeping you from doing something else. The opportunity cost of investing your life in something that’s not going to get better is just too high.” *

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