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Tag Archives: Process
In updating my website, I’m trying to make sure all posts (or at least most of them) have images attached to them. That’s because Google likes to find images with posts. So today, I created a piece of digital artwork … Continue reading
CAPS (the Comic Art Professional Society) had its April meeting yesterday, and we had a live model sketch night. I should have taken a photo of our model, just for comparison. For me, such evenings are great, because I don’t … Continue reading
I’ve never been one to abide well with blank walls, so these last ten months in the rented room have been atypical. But the lack of much to look at (other than the Creature from the Black Lagoon and his … Continue reading
The thing about using a photo reference is not to trace an image, it’s to have something to refer to while working on the artwork. Today, during my afternoon break, I did this art card of a wave. This drawing … Continue reading
In the process of doing these art cards for my client, I keep an eye out for images I can work from or ideas I can use. When a friend posted a lovely image of autumn trees on Facebook recently, … Continue reading
Once upon a time I planned to do a story that included as one of the characters the Thunderbird of Native American traditions. He was going to be a shape-changer who would take on the form of a man. But … Continue reading
For the 2013 60th anniversary of the publication of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, publisher Simon & Schuster is having a cover design contest. Originally, the contest was to end November 30, but they extended the deadline to December 7. I’d … Continue reading
This whole graphic short story is a big experiment for me, so I figured I might as well do it to please myself. Thus, I am doing things no sane person would do on a regular comic. Like doing hand … Continue reading
I’ve had this graphic short story bubbling away in my brain for a couple of years now. The thumbnail sketches and character designs for the story have existed for quite a while. But I’m only now buckling down to tackle … Continue reading