Another look into the my process as I sketch a page of Thomas Alsop (out now from BOOM! Studios). For more on Thomas Alsop go to http://thomasalsop.com/.
As you may know, my first monthly book Thomas Alsop is out from BOOM! Studios and is doing very well. Hooray! But how do you get there? In the first episode of this podcast, I discussed the three biggest mistakes … Continue reading
I was up for an award here in Denmark this weekend, the Ping, something like the Danish equivalent of the Eisners. I was nominated for my graphic novel, STILETTO, in the main category. I didn’t win, which puts me in a … Continue reading
DAVID LLOYD is the well-known illustrator and co-creator of the globally successful, V For Vendetta, who’s also worked on the Hellblazer series, Aliens, Global Frequency, War Stories, and many other projects. His acclaimed crime graphic novel, Kickback, is now available … Continue reading
Do your comics panels lie flat on the page? Struggle to make your characters more dynamic and your backgrounds more authentic? Here are 5 quick tips to making your comics come alive! 1. Wind Yes, wind! We often forget the weather … Continue reading
Jules Rivera is a Los Angeles-based sequential illustrator and animator. She has worked in small press publishing and TV animation, and has self-published several graphic novels including Misfortune High and webcomic Valkyrie Squadron. What made you decide to work in … Continue reading
A quick recommendation of three books to read for a better grasp on storytelling, structure and sequential art.
Kevin Colden has written, drawn, colored, and lettered all sorts of comics over the last decade including Fishtown, I Rule the Night, Yours Truly Jack the Ripper (with writers Joe R. Lansdale and John L. Lansdale), and helped IDW Publishing … Continue reading
Joshua Dysart is a multiple Eisner Award nominated, Glyph award-winning, New York Times Bestselling comic book writer and graphic novelist whose work has been reviewed and discussed by the BBC, CNBC Africa, The New York Times, the Huffington Post and … Continue reading
Everything seems to be moving towards going digital – even making comics. But are you ready to make the jump? While the digital possibilities are vast and very tempting, I still see advantages in the oldschool method of drawing on … Continue reading