Friday, February 26, 2010
One page story for an Australian anthology: The Lifted Brow.
Interview with the online PDF magazine: Gizmag
Interview about drawing Fraggle Rock comics: Comic Geek Speak
Chicago independent radio station, for which the above image was drawn: CHIRP
Same URL, redesigned website with rotating backgrounds by a number of Top Shelf cartoonists, including myself: Top Shelf
Favorite album covers: Filter Magazine
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Hitting stores tomorrow is Popgun Volume 4, the latest in Image's series of huge, full color anthologies. I've got an eight page Heavy Metal inspired fantasy story titled "Dark Master's Reign", colored by Bill Crabtree. Here's part of a panel, pre-colored state...
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Thursday, February 4, 2010
I'm starting to draw the new Incredible Change-Bots book. I'm drawing on paper formally part of a hardcover blank sketchbook, which is now a no cover book, so I needed something to carry it. This appropriately themed box happened to be the exact fit.
In addition to the book I can carry all of my extras. On top is a sheet I'm using to test pens on, which will get more use once I start coloring.
Inside (clockwise from upper left): the box, reference pages torn out of a copy of the first book that had printing errors, the sketchbook with panel grid, a pen (new pen to draw this one), the script and pen test sheet, and a Transformers toy package for inspiration.
Monday, February 1, 2010
I just wrote a post over on Graphic NYC for their Influencing Comics feature, attempting to follow in the steps of Tom Hart and Dean Haspiel with some thoughts on the influence paintings from the Northern Renaissance have had on me and my work. I also recently sat in with the Around Comics podcast, along with a bunch of fellow Chicago comic creators. Always a good time sitting in with those guys, they've had a great run putting on one of the best comics podcasts... er, around.