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Tag Archives: Comics
I don’t usually do fan art, but I have to admit that recently I’ve been very impressed by some ink brush sketches of Sandman characters that Colleen Doran has been doing this month. I’ve been doing several art cards (actually … Continue reading
I needed an illustration for my book on creating graphic novels (formerly known as Paper Movies), about storytelling and our original impulses in that activity. So the following rather simplistic illustration resulted. I have to admit that I am getting … Continue reading
I pushed on to finish the set of graphic images for the book, since I need to get the chapter written. But I needed to know what the images would look like in order to write the text to suit … Continue reading
For my book on creating graphic novels, I’ve reached a point where I plan on discussing the things that graphic novels can do that others cannot, or at least not in the same way. To help make the point, I … Continue reading
As I work on a writing project about creating graphic novels, I needed to create a graphic persona who will help explain things. On the TV show CSI , I and some friends used to call Captain Brass “Captain Exposition”, … Continue reading
If you enjoy Archery, particularly if you shoot, and you enjoy comic books (or other popular entertainment), it can be very frustrating to see some depictions of “archers.” When a comics fan who is an archer complains that the poses … Continue reading
I had posted this on my Facebook page, but he needed to be uploaded here. Especially since I’m planning to do occasional cartoons with him. Meet ViaDuck – the worlds fastest duck super-hero! This is a very, very rough first … Continue reading
(Originally posted on LiveJournal) This is actually an extension of the previous post. I liked the original color sketch for itself, but it didn’t quite suit what I want for the comic story. So I did a second sketch. And … Continue reading