KCR! 13 – Cartoons to Comics, with Rafael Rosado
Giants Beware! Mermin! Rafael Rosado, and more!
Comics and animation may share a lot of DNA. After all, the artists are clarifying their worlds through use of shape, size, line, and color.
But unlike comics, animated cartoons have sound and motion! Surely switching from animation to comics puts an artist at a disadvantage, or does it?
We talk with Rafael Rosado, storyboard artist on shows such as Scooby Doo and Transformers: Prime, who shares his experience and observations on switching from working in animation to co-creating the popular graphic novel, Giants Beware!
Rafael shows us how to draw Claudette, the heroine of Giants Beware!
- Dragons Beware!
- Billy Ireland Cartoon Library at Ohio State University
- March: Book One by Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell
- The Saturday Supercast, where you can hear Dave and Jerzy talk about cartoon shows
- Dan Mishkin and Jerzy talk about The Warren Commission Report: A Graphic Investigation into the Kennedy Assassination
Books recommended in this episode:
Audio hosting and production provided by the Ann Arbor District Library.