I’ve previously written about the benefits of using a mirror to learn how to draw gestures. But maybe you don’t have the same rubber face that I do. So I put together a little tutorial / study of different facial … Continue reading
You know how important it is to draw every day, if you want to improve as an artist. But more importantly, you need to keep a forward momentum and draw the hard stuff. A lot of artists share daily sketches … Continue reading
“I find that art is 90 percent fear!” Artist, teacher and CEO of MakingComics.com, Patrick Yurick, visited Copenhagen and I got to show him the better parts of the city. We also managed to record a podcast on his view on the … 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!
Comics is a wonderfully diverse medium and there is no one right way of doing it. But I have a few things I find just plain wrong! 1: Word balloons that come directly out of people’s mouths. I’ve noticed this a … 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