Tom Lyle and his Inner Voice – Comics for Beginners podcast episode 11


We’re often told to listen to the voice inside ourselves. But what if that voice is preventing you from working on the thing you love most? This morning I went back to the New York Comic Con to talk to Tom Lyle (tomlyle.blogspot.com), comics artist known for his work on Spiderman and Batman & Robin and teacher at the Savannah College of Art & Design (https://www.scad.edu/). And I was surprised and encouraged by the fact that this 28-year comics veteran also hears voices. So it’s not just me!

Give it a listen and leave comments below.

Tom Lyle signing for one of his long time fans at NYCC 2013

Tom Lyle signing for one of his long time fans at NYCC 2013

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One Response to “Tom Lyle and his Inner Voice – Comics for Beginners podcast episode 11”

  1. Michael Freely November 13, 2013 at 9:59 am #

    The Andrew Loomis book mentioned at the end, “figure drawing for all it’s worth” is available as a PDF. due to it’s age, I believe it is under a free license now so there you go.

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