A small but significant news item: the first new “guest” variation on my Exercises in Style story in a good long while (5 years or so?). Unfortunately I can’t make heads or tails of it, but the artist, my good friend Sean Bieri, assures me that it’s a trenchant, spot-on satire of some current internet […]
Archives for 2011
Marko Jačan’s ROYGBIV comic Darko Macan recently sent out a call for entries to his Croatian cartooning friends to do versions of my ROYGBIV comics constraint, where you assign one of the colors of the rainbow to each panel. He named it Dugin izazov (“Rainbow challenge”) and you can see the results—several of them wordless […]
In 2004 I was hired to illustrate this really random comic for a really random tech magazine (whose name I can’t remember) and whose really random protagonist was Macho Man Randy Savage, R.I.P.
Over at the Drawing Words & Writing Pictures website, I have posted in detail about my work process, from thumbnails to final pencils. I’ll follow up with inks in a while
A self-portrait in the form of all the art hanging on my studio wall in 2011.
As a “bonus feature” to my recent post about doing improv comics from live models, here’s my comic based on the four poses from last summer’s session: I snuck quick pencils sketches of each pose in between circulating among the students. A few months later I inked it and added some text taken at random […]
My comics pantoum experiments continue with this appropriated pantoum using instructional panels by an uncredited artist.
(panel from a comic by SVA senior Maggie Siegel-Berele) Alison just blogged about my Obstacle Course and about a comic I sent her by one of my students who mashed up Dykes to Watch Out For and The Flash. The MoCCA 4-session version of this course begins this Monday, February 28. Please note that there […]
I had great success trying out a classic Oulipian exercise with my cartooning students at SVA, and I’ll likely do some version of it at my upcoming MoCCA Obstacle Course workshop
Back in November 2009 I was invited to France to tour with 11 other American authors for a few weeks as guests of an annual festival called Belles Étrangères. (I blogged about it here and here.) Part of the program was a documentary they filmed about all of us in the US during the summer […]