When I was living in Mexico City I would often go to the Lagunilla flea market on the weekends, a massive sprawl of stands selling all kinds of knicknacks, antiques, bootlegs, clothing, and food. In one of the many book dealers’ stands there I found a large sheet of paper printed with these inane and […]
I guess I can retire from comics now: I’ve been published by L’Association, one of THE great comics publishers ever. This is the definitive edition of my book: much nicer paper stock, flaps, and an expanded color section. I just got my copy from the printer; the book goes on sale in France in mid-November.
Here’s a preview of something from our textbook. it’s an explanation of a common reading order mistake in comics (I drew this one in a quasi-Tezuka style, just for fun):
A wonderful drawing (modified only slightly for enhanced surrealism) from Ernest R. Norling’s excellent Perspective Made Easy (1939):
I’ll be using this blog primarily to give news about various things I’m up to in the world of comics, but I’ll also be posting occasional sketchbook pages, works-in-progress, plugs and reviews… the usual blog stuff. (the sketch was drawn in August on the roof of a cathedral in Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain)