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Comics Are Great! 83 – Drawing Dynamic with Tony Cliff

November 7, 2013 by  
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Character Design! Delilah Dirk! Tony Cliff, and more! Comics may be a static medium, but the best cartoonist create an illusion of movement so convincing we’ll often forget that we, the readers, are creating the movement in our minds. How do they do they pull off this trick? And what’s the “secret” to writing engaging […]

Comics Are Great! 77 – Action and Comedy with Tony Cliff and the Houghton Brothers!

May 22, 2013 by  
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Chris Houghton! Shane Houghton! Tony Cliff! And more! How do you design awesome action sequences? What’s the secret to writing scenes that make the audience roar with laughter? I know I couldn’t answer these questions on my own, so I’m grateful to be joined by the perfect roundtable for the job: Tony Cliff, author of […]

Drawing For Myself: Delilah Dirk!

April 27, 2012 by  
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Took a short break from freelancing today to do a quick ink sketch, and instead of my usual 80s cartoon characters sketches, I thought I’d do a little fan art for a comic I’m very excited about!   DELILAH DIRK Pencil and brush pen on 5.5×8.25″ bristol. If  you haven’t read Delilah Dirk and the […]

Comics Are Great! 50 – A Tale of Two Cities

March 23, 2012 by  
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For the sort-of anniversary show, I was lucky enough to be joined the old roundtable (plus one) for a follow-up discussion to CAG 48! So, to quote Kermit the Frog, it really makes me happy to introduce to you: From L to R: Dave Roman, Kasey Van Hise, Brandon Dayton, and Tony Cliff Together we […]

Comics Are Great! 39 – The Delilah Dirk Fan Club

December 1, 2011 by  
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This week we’re joined by Paul Storrie and Tony Cliff for a talk on doing your research when making a comic placed in a specific place or time–that is, when Paul and I aren’t too busy gushing over Tony’s Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant. We start off with some talk on creating a premise […]