Notes from the Labyrinth series I’ve been telling myself and my students that I’m going to write a blog post about the amazing work they’ve done and the rewarding conversations we’ve had in my last two Build Your Own Labyrinth constraint workshops but I find that there’s more than I could possibly cover in a […]
99 More Potential Exercises in Style
What if I were to draw 99 more exercises in style? I’m not planning to, but here’s a list of potential (and in some cases improbable if not impossible) candidates for a hypothetical second batch.
A suite of haikus sent from my iPhone.
Bridge: a “24+7 hour comic”
At the end of January I hosted and participated in the seventh annual 24-hour Comics Day event at la maison des auteurs. I didn’t finish the whole comic in 24 hours—I only got to page 16—so I devoted another seven hour day to finishing the remaining eight pages. You can learn a bit about it […]
4 x 4: the OubapoShow post
Recently my friends in Oubapo and some invited guests put on the first ever OubapoShow at the Cité Internationale de la Bande Dessinée et de L’Image in Angoulême (oh, and up the hill there was also some kind of comics convention going on?). We all did performances, slideshows, and live-drawing events. In my case, I […]
A history of American comic books in six panels
An oubapian comic I did for the Colgate University alumni magazine.
The Pictureless Horseman
An example of a comic made without images, an on-the-go collaboration with Jessica Abel while on book tour for our textbook Drawing Words & Writing Pictures.