Here’s what the cover to a Masters of the Universe comic would look like if I were creating it (click the image for a larger version). I did promise that I’d share wallpapers and the art files I created when drawing this piece, and you can get them at the bottom of this post. First, […]
Completed my "audition" to do some art for the upcoming Robo Force toy line (http://glyosnewsdump.blogspot.com/2013/01/robo-force-rocks-and-bugs-and-things.html). Hope to have some news on this soon. In the meantime, would you read a Robo Force comic that looked like this? #comics #cartoons #80scartoons #roboforce #maxxsteele Google+: Reshared 1 times Google+: View post on […]
On to the flatting! Penciled on bristol, inked in Manga Studio, now coloring in Photoshop. #comics #cartoons #80scartoons #roboforce #twt Google+: Reshared 2 times Google+: View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog. Created By Daniel Treadwell.
Taking a little longer than I had anticipated. Drawing robots is hard! #comics #cartoons #80scartoons #roboforce Google+: Reshared 1 times Google+: View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog. Created By Daniel Treadwell.
Another style test with the Robo Force characters. Easily my favorite of the bunch. Now to do something a little more ambitious with these guys! What is Robo Force? It was a short-lived 80s toy line from Ideal. They had one cartoon special in the early 80s: Robo Force: The Revenge of Nazgar – TV Special/Animated […]
Last night I hinted that I'd have this done by the morning, and here it is. Doing some style tests on the Robo Force characters. My biggest question was can I make these guys look like they're moving. Also trying out inking and rendering styles. Now I have to take on one of the bad […]
Spending the afternoon working on freelance illustration work and listening to the various songs from the Polar Bear's Cafe anime series. I've becomed consumed by this sit-com since being introduced to it by +Audra Furuichi. It's every bit as great (if not better) than Takahashi's Maison Ikkoku. A bear that runs a cafe near a […]
I'm pretty excited about this. One of my favorite comics of all time is finally being rebooted as a cartoon for kids. A few years back I blogged about why everyone who loves comics should read Amethyst: http://comicsaregreat.com/why-everyone-who-loves-comics-should-read-amethyst And it's available as a collection here: http://www.amazon.com/Showcase-Presents-Amethyst-Princess-Gemworld/dp/1401236774 And you can see an interview with one of the comic's […]
Drama! Smile! Baby-Sitters Club! Raina Telgemeier! We close out the 2012 broadcast schedule with a special event! I’m joined by guest co-host Cassie, who helps me interview Raina Telgemeier about her latest graphic novel Drama. Together we talk about how Drama is a “spiritual sequel” to Smile, how an author might use their own experiences […]
Topics: The Legend of Korra, cartoons, writing, storytelling Spoiler alert! If you haven’t finished watching the first season of The Legend of Korra, you might want to do so before enjoying this episode. But even if you’re not a Korra fan, there’s some fun storytelling talk and analysis on this edition of CAG, as I’m […]