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 […]
Etienne Lécroart interviewed about Oubapo The Wall Street Journal online edition did an article about Oubapo here.
I was recently invited to Belfort, a city in the east of France, to present 99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Style and to give an Oubapo workshop to art school students. I devised for the workshop, very much at the last minute, a brand new constraint which I call ROYGBIV.