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Thunder Punch Daily 125 – Updates From the Road

May 28, 2011 by  
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Not much of an essay this time, but a series of updates on some projects I’ve been working on for Kids Read Comics and Comics Are Great! Also, fighting a cold. Subscribe through iTunes RSS http://media.blubrry.com/comicsaregreat/p/www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.comicsaregreat.com/audio/tpd_125_s1ck.mp3Podcast (thunderpunchdaily): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 20:00 — 18.4MB) | Embed

Inking fun with my sketches: Azula and Beast Man

January 15, 2011 by  
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So I’ve been asked about whether or not I’d mind if some folks try their inks on top of my sketches. Sounds like a lot of fun to me! I love seeing what other artists do with my work. Even though the penciler/inker relationship was born out of a need for speed in comics publishing, […]

Comics Are Great! 01 – Syncopated Writing

August 25, 2010 by  
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It’s the first episode of the Comics Are Great! podcast, a new show where I’ll be discussing with various people who make comics just why comics are so great. There’s no one better to start the new series with than Dan Mishkin, not only because he’s the inspiration of this site’s name, but because he’s […]

Thunder Punch Daily 35 – Freelance Imagination

May 28, 2010 by  
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Today I share some thoughts about how we’re hired for our imaginations as much as our skills with the pen in contractual employment. Illustration skill is important, but you need a highly developed imagination in order to beat those nearly impossible jobs and scripts. As usual, I share a few anecdotes to demonstrate how I […]

Thunder Punch Daily 29 – WHY?

May 7, 2010 by  
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Today I share some thoughts on a recent TED talks presentation by Simon Sinek. In his talk he explains how inspired business leaders think in the order of Why, How, and What, while most of us think in the reverse order (and seldom get to the Why at the center). I dive in to explain […]