Drawing for Myself – Making a Mini-Comic Pt 3

January 26, 2011 by  
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Nearly done with the artwork for the new mini–comic I’m attempting to complete in under a week! As I’ve said before, I’m trying to complete the 8-page tale Boulder and Fleet: Adventurers for Hire in less than a week. I’m using time I usually allocate for a warm-up sketch or two during my workday, so […]

Drawing for Myself – Making a Mini-Comic Pt 2

January 24, 2011 by  
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Quick update on the mini-comic (which is tentatively titled Boulder & Fleet: Adventurers for Hire). Halfway done with the artwork! Just inked the introduction of the main villain of the tale: Probably the toughest part of writing this mini-comic was finding the story’s theme. I knew it would involve the heroes rolling into town to […]

Drawing for Myself – Making a Mini-Comic

January 23, 2011 by  
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So my perspective has been changing on a lot of things over the past 12 months in regards to my art and the tools I use to make comics. Long-time listeners to my audio projects like Art & Story, Thunder Punch Daily, and maybe even the Comics Are Great podcast no doubt know about my […]

Mini-Comic: The C.H.U.D. With a Dream!

January 9, 2011 by  
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I had a great time during Matt Feazell’s presentation at the Ann Arbor Comic Artists Forum today (photos here, and video here, by the way). As an advisor to the Forum, I rarely get a chance to do any drawing at the events, but this time I took an hour and created a quick little […]

Make a Mini-Comic with Matt Feazell!

December 27, 2010 by  
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It’s nearly time for another Comic Artists Forum at the Ann Arbor District Library, and this time we have Matt Feazell kicking off the day with his famous “Make a Mini-Comic” workshop! In this hands-on comics workshop you’ll make an 8-page book out of one sheet of paper AND learn the secrets to telling a […]

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