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Penciling a new comic

March 25, 2013 by  
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Some in-progress work on the latest edition of CPTN SRSLY and the SUPER MASTER SENTINELS, a comic I do every year for a non-profit organization in Michigan. I was hired to create a super hero series for 3rd-5th graders that features exciting adventures with underlying positive messages. Much like the old Filmation He-Man and the […]

Next Page of The Front: Petty Dreadful in Progress

November 7, 2012 by  
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Managed to squeeze in some time on The Front again in between my top priority jobs. It's amazing how tiny bits begin to add up to a thing when you set aside an hour or two a day. Did the flatting, or adding the basic colors, this evening. Since I inked the page in Manga […]

Comics Are Great! 59 – Speed Comicking

July 12, 2012 by  
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Guest: Ryan Estrada Topics: Photoshop, Art Automation, ProcessMaking comics takes a lot of time. We all understand this. But Ryan Estrada shows us that it doesn’t have to take as much time as we think it does! This time we’re treated to what is essentially an online workshop in automating much of the comics process […]

Thunder Punch Daily 12 – More Steps = Faster Work

March 23, 2010 by  
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Chris Oatley¬†recently shared a thought in his ArtCast about how you can speed up your illustrations by slowing down and taking more care with your structure. I agree, and today I share a few thoughts about how increasing the amount of passes in my daily sketches makes for faster drawing. Subscribe through iTunes RSS http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/comicsaregreat/p/www.comicsaregreat.com/audio/tpd_012swave85.mp3Podcast […]

Thunder Punch Daily 11 – It’s All You

March 19, 2010 by  
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Today I share some thoughts inspired by a recent¬†TED Talks podcast. A life in the arts is a lonely endeavor without much in the way of visible validation and accolades, but I think that’s ultimately a good thing. And, as you may expect, I cite some cartoons, as well as a few thoughts on the […]