Scott Eder’s Comics Gallery in Brooklyn:

And at Desert Island Comics in Brooklyn.

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  1. Goofy Gorilla says:


  2. Ha ha, that picture of you drawing on that fellows head is great, you look so psychotic!


  3. Who is that being whose head your are signing? He is a strange looking man. He seems to suffer much, yet strangely desire, the painful signature.

  4. JLK says:

    Aww! I like the one of you and Danny Hellman! Don’t you look dashing! A lace shirt-front even! Gotta love a man that dresses the part. Wish I could have been there.

  5. William Jackman says:

    Is the stereo pair possibly reversed left and right? I can’t seem to bring it into focus and it seems like the left image view is actually a view from more to the right than the right one.

    • TonyMillion says:

      Focus your eyes three feet behind the monitor and it works.

      • TonyMillion says:

        No wait, you’re right. It works if you cross your eyes. Maybe he flipped it. The photo was taken by Angryjim Campbell, he colors most of my work.

        • William Jackman says:

          Ah cool, that makes sense. I was focusing beyond the screen. My dad shot stereo slides when I was a kid and I used to love to get lost in the images.

    • angry jim says:

      Yes! Cross yer eyes! I personally can’t focus doing the parallel viewing method. There is also a version in anaglyph form (red/cyan glasses needed) at my 3dblog: angryjim.com/3d

  6. Zack Mieth says:

    Nice stereoscopic imagery.

    Ooo… You should consider making a drinky crow comic in stereoscopic… iscness.

  7. RubberCrutch says:

    If you cross your eyes just right you can create a “third image” in between the left and right that clearly looks 3D. And it’s a lot easier than trying to see the image hidden in one of those old “magic eye” things that were popular in the 1990s.

  8. angry jim says:

    I would only go for 3d Maakies if soon makes little clay sculptures like those old viewmaster reels. Or maybe the dolls in real life settings. always felt they looked bad when someone converted 2d art.

  9. angry jim says:

    If you do have an old stereoscope, you could print it out and view it in that, but in that case you would indeed need cut them apart and put the left image on the right.

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