The Compulsive Squire

Where Outstanding Humour Meets Desperate Boredom

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Drake Tsui AKA Quirkilicious

Drake Tsui. Or, more favourably known by his more after-school-cartoon-sounding moniker, Quirkilicious. An artist featured on The Compulsive Squire before, whose emboldened colours, sharp skill with facial features and overall striking art style, are still every bit as impressive as the face that he still regularly uses Tumblr. Click the pic and have a look.

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Father & Sons’ Design Workshop

Dorkly have found an artist/illustrator able to do something all dads try to do with their children a few times in their lives, validate their imagination. The Father & Sons’ Design Workshop is a project where Thomas Romain (Father) makes incredible anime-ified works of character art from his sons (& Sons’). It would be unwise to go through this life without seeing a mess of felt-tip and tube bodies get somehow transformed into Gundam Peter Quill. So check out the Twitter and Patreon for regular updates on the drawings. Every time you click, one of his boys gains the courage to colour outside the lines.

The Sunday Times Culture Video

It’s like a human ditto of entertainment.

Assassin’s Creed: Paper Parkour

If there were an Assassin’s Creed game releasing this year, this is the frame rate I’d expect it to launch with.

Marvel X Hip-Hop

“-Comics and hip hop share a common narrative: they’re all about the underdogs struggling, striving and persevering against overwhelming odds.” Not to mention they both know their way around a shootout.

Over the years, Marvel have re-imagined a helicarrier’s worth of classic hip-hop album covers with their iconic characters. Click the picture to see them. Although since I couldn’t find a single site that held every revised artwork and a side-by-side with the original album cover, I’m just going to link a few sites here and here and here. Enjoy.