I enjoyed reading Aaron Cockle’s thoughts on my comic. I’m not familiar with the book he cites so I’m now very curious to read it. anno-ta: Black Pillars 1, Andrew WhiteI liked the book that White did for Retrofit earlier this year, We Will Remain, I thought it was structured well as short stories, and […]
COMICS WORKBOOK ORIGINALS FOR SALE! I’ve been giving away the original drawings for my contributions to Comics Workbook with orders of other comics, but I think I’ve come up with a way to make this purchase worth your money. Profits will go towards travel to CAB in November. Here’s how it works: You give me […]
I spent September planning Black Pillars Issue Two and not doing a ton of drawing. It was a frustrating process for quite some time, but over the last two weeks or so some key pieces have fallen into places and I’ve started to get excited about the comic. I’m going to try to draw a […]
Here are my thoughts on SPX. A series of succinct notes masks my inability/unwillingness to mold this into any kind of cohesive structure. So I had a really good time. This was my first con ever, excluding the brief appetizer that was the one day Philly Con. Everyone was exceedingly nice, and it was really great […]
whitecomics: I will be at SPX this weekend! I’m debuting two books, Black Pillars Issue One and Tides, and will also have copies of We Will Remain. The comics will be available at the Retrofit Comics table along with lots of other great work. I might spend a little time behind that table, but otherwise […]
I will be at SPX this weekend! I’m debuting two books, Black Pillars Issue One and Tides, and will also have copies of We Will Remain. The comics will be available at the Retrofit Comics table along with lots of other great work. I might spend a little time behind that table, but otherwise I’ll […]
comicsworkbook: I very much like the work of Australian cartoonist and illustrator Evie Cahir. Her drawings are clear and illustrative but the narrative in her comics is often more implicit – a collection of collaged moments and details. There’s a nice tension in that you can always tell what the individual drawings are of but […]
I like these landscape drawings by Sylvia Plimack Mangold. They remind me a little of Oliver East’s work. Lately I’ve been trying to expand my visual vocabulary, which draws largely on comics, by looking at a little more fine art.