Posts tagged comics
Posts tagged comics
Left: the original ‘Candlelight Oath’ (Bill Finger and Bob Kane?)
Right: from ‘Batman: Dark Victory’ (Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale)
If you’re tabling at a con as a Li’l Rookie, get ready to experience these 12 Stages of Feels exactly like this.
Accurate. Hell, I still go through this…
A couple of pages from the new Hilda book, which is out next week!
Looking forward to this. Pearson’s Hilda books are a joy to read.
Just about wrapped up the inks for the last page of my #QuarterMoon comic. Almost to the finish line! #comics #LocustMoonComics #fantasy #anthology
About half way finished with printing the first color of the #Death of the #Endless print. Not much to see right now. Let this dry and then print the master block next week. #printmaking #prints #characters #sandman #comics #BYOPrint
Some late night, Sunday comic-ing. Drawing the last couple pages for my contribution to the #QuarterMoon anthology. #comics #inprogress #LocustMoon
I’m super excited to announce a whole slew of books that Hic & Hoc will be publishing or distributing this year. Some new faces, some old faces, some dirty faces, some faces that are mostly clean but have one gross smudge and I’m not sure I know them well enough to say “Hey, wipe that off.” No…
well, now this is happening.
Page 34-38 of Solstice: a Cid & Francis tale.
Page 38 is new, but I think this sequence reads best as a group. You can read it all from the beginning here.
This story has grown and changed in ways I didn’t expect when I started. I’m happy with where it’s going, but I’ll be glad when it’s finished too.
Reblogging so I remember to pick up these books. And Philly’s own Box Brown gets another shout out for his Andre the Giant book!
A couple in-progress pages for a comic that will be appearing in the anthology Quarter Moon, published by Locust Moon Press later this year. Text, and possibly a grey tone, will be added later.
With black-and-white work like this, my first impulse is to threshold the crap out of it. But working with the levels in Photoshop, I discovered the subtle layers of ink that could be seen in those dark areas, and figured it would work well with the subject matter of the comic. We’ll see where it goes.
Page 37 of Solstice: a Cid & Francis tale
Previous pages can be read here.
Written in the Bones. New comic, written by Christopher M. Jones & illustrated by Carey Pietsch.
I’m hoping to have printed copies of this at MOCCA, ABPCC, and TCAF this spring, and SPX in the fall! More info to come.
Two rather frightening pages for The Ruins of Ashmount.
You can read the previous three pages here.