The challenge of illustrating of page 108 of the graphic novel Tiger’s Tale warrants a more in-depth view of the sequential art process. . . The resulting blog entry catalogues the tensions between two artistic temperaments, the meticulous planner and the inspired improviser, as well as the resulting artwork distilled from their tenuous collaboration.
A Throwback-Thursday Special: Alternative Comics published a special Halloween themed mini-comic in 2014 which featured a special writer+artist collaboration and and octet of inkers. My contribution was generated digitally and allowed for images of the step-by-step process.
A Tiger’s Tales silent aside.
I only recently read Gene Yang’s THE SHADOW HERO. I was able to borrow a review copy just before his visit to KungFuMagazine.com. As with most of his other graphic novels, once I started it, I could not put it […]
A quick sketch of KICK-ASS. Done in Copic markers.
As a companion to the review I wrote for KungFuMagazine.com I worked up a fairly quick digital sketch. An attempt to capture my 30+ year old recollections of the miniseries from which the movie was loosely adapted. Something I never […]
“I’m as American as it gets.” Superman, as played by British actor Henry Cavill, says to the African American General Swanwick, towards the end of Man of Steel (2013). It’s not the best line in the movie; that line is saved, appropriately, for Lois […]