Friday, June 5, 2009

Application comic for The Center for Cartoon Studies

The Center for Cartoon Studies has a wonderful and strange application process. Part of the required portfolio is a 2-3 page comic that includes: the applicant, a robot, a snowman and a piece of fruit. Here's what I came up with in my demented imagination...

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Thursday, June 4, 2009

"Pilrgimage" Scene 3 (most of it)

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Page 18 (unfinished)


The last page in this post and second to last of this scene shows my page "in process", most of the pencils down, just me lazily putting off the last of the inking. oi
...it probably breaks the reading flow to keep the unfinished page 18 in here, but I like to show the before and after of penciling and inking to those unfamiliar with the process.

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bridge sketch


this is just a quick sketch that i did while i went for a walk today. while i was out i got a random heckle from some guy passing by in a car. of course all i could get was "*mumble mumble mumble* ...suck!"

I really like the structure of this bridge for some reason. It engages the space and it's easy to imagine someone hanging out along the lower ends where the railing are and looking into the river. small town details like that I hope will help one of my future comic projects.

sketchbook dragons


the main reason I dont share my sketchbook stuff is, despite how much I enjoy it, my scribbly sketches are practically illegible to anyone but me. maybe i'll go over them in ink sometime...

anywho... dragons!

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

"Pilgrimage" Scene 2-part2

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"Pilgrimage" Scene 2-part1

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"Pilgrimage" Scene 1

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First Blog EVER!!!



Alright people, this is my first blog ever, so strap in for a bumpy ride.

I'm still having trouble controlling the size the image appears on the screen, but here's a tip for more versatile viewing, for PC users, you can zoom in or out on any webpage by holding "Ctrl" and rolling the scroll wheel on your mouse (if you have one) or pressing the "+" or "-" buttons.

Neat, huh?