This is my next graphic novel project! Filling in the blanks should be no biggie, right? Well, there’s a little more to it than that. I recently posted this picture on Instagram and Facebook that got a lot of likes – … Continue reading
Some say there are only seven different stories in the world. That may be true. But there are a million different ways to tell your story! In comics, probably the most important part of the storytelling, is the style you … Continue reading
I got an email from a VIP subscriber who had a bunch of questions regarding his process. What program or software do you suggest for paneling or arranging the images with boarders on a computer? How much bigger should I do … Continue reading
I’ve just finished my work on the monthly book from BOOM!, Thomas Alsop. This video is about some of the lessons I learned working on that book – hopefully there is some value in it for you too!
Here is a little trick to get the job done faster, if you’re trying to draw a leather jacket. It works on other things as well! There is an Amazon link in the resources section to the acrylic markers shown … Continue reading
Is there a right way to hold a pen or a pencil when you draw? One of my YouTube chanel followers seems to think so. And it’s NOT how I hold a pencil! Sign up for my FREE 7-day Comics Crash … Continue reading
Jason Copland has produced art for various companies, including illustrating The Perhapanauts: Molly’s Story for Image and short stories from Trickster: Native American Tales and Postcards: True Stories that Never Happened. He recently provided art for a story in Ed Brisson’s … Continue reading
A timelipse vid of me “inking” a page of the upcoming book Thomas Alsop from BOOM! Studios.
Bland. That’s how I would describe this face. I obvouiusly drew it like that on purpose to make a point. But without really changing the expression of the character, I can easily make it more interesting to look at, by … Continue reading
What are the “right” tools for making comics? Luckily there is no answer set in stone, you can use whatever tools you feel most comfortable with! In this video I demonstrate some of what I use – see if you … Continue reading